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Unformatted text preview: 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam Due Jul 15 at 11:59pm Points 100 Questions 50 Available Jul 14 at 12am ­ Jul 15 at 11:59pm 2 days Time Limit 50 Minutes Instructions Instructions for this assessment This is a formal assessment of your knowledge based on what you have learned in this module (Module 1). There is a 50 minute time limit. You will have 35 stimulus based and 15 non­ stimulus based questions. You will only have one attempt. Additionally, you will only see one questions at a time and you will not be able to go back and change answers. So please make sure you are ready to complete the test in one sitting once you begin. Additionally, you will not be able to change your answer once you move on to the next question, so answer carefully! Good Luck! Attempt History LATEST Attempt Time Score Attempt 1 50 minutes 94 out of 100 Correct answers are hidden. Score for this quiz: 94 out of 100 Submitted Jul 14 at 10:30pm This attempt took 50 minutes. Question 1 2 / 2 pts _____ This event involved a labor confrontation that took place between striking workers and police in Chicago and was disrupted by a bomb thrown by anarchists; This episode discredited the labor movement Pullman Strike 1/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) The Great Railroad Strike The Gompers Strike Pendleton Riot Haymarket Square Riot Question 2 2 / 2 pts The sweatshops of the Gilded Age, where many worked hard so that a few would profit, are an example of a democratic system. a socialist system. a capitalist system. a communist system. Question 3 2 / 2 pts _____In the late 1800’s, most strikes by union workers were unsuccessful mainly because Strikes had never been used before in labor disputes 2/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Strikers failed to use militant tactics Government usually supported business instead of workers Unions were generally considered to be unconstitutional Most strikers were illiterate Question 4 2 / 2 pts _____According to the theory of laissez faire, the economy functions best when the government Does not interfere or regulate in business Subsidizes business so that it can compete worldwide Regulates business for the good of the majority of the country Owns major industries Question 5 2 / 2 pts _____Jane Addams is most closely associated with which of the following? Temperance reform 3/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Protestant missions Women’s suffrage Higher education for women Settlement house movement Question 6 2 / 2 pts _____Match each labor organization below with the correct description. ___ A. National Labor Union ___ B. Knights of Labor ___ C. American Federation of Labor 1. the “one big union” that included skilled and unskilled members, male and female. Associated with the Haymarket Square bombing. 2. First large union killed by the depression of the 1870s 3. an association of unions led by Samuel Gompers pursuing higher wages, shorter working hours, and better working conditions A­3, B­2, C­1 A­3, B­1, C­2 A­1, B­3, C­2 A­1, B­2, C­3 A­2, B­1, C­3 4/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 7 2 / 2 pts The term “Gilded Age” was coined by American writer James Fenimore Cooper. Henry David Thoreau. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Mark Twain. Question 8 2 / 2 pts The invention of the automobile created all of the following EXCEPT a need for oil/gasoline. the ability to commute to work and visit places easily. an increased reliance on animal power in agriculture. jobs in highway construction and automobile repairs. Question 9 2 / 2 pts 5/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Henry Ford's invention of the ________ revolutionized the production of automobiles. transmission gear shift assembly line crank shaft Question 10 2 / 2 pts _____This political cartoon was created during the Gilded Age. What is the most likely interpretation of the cartoon? a man who spent all his money on food and clothes a political leader who was getting fat off of bribes and kick­ backs a man who lost all of his money helping others a man who found a bag of money Question 11 2 / 2 pts The inventors of the late 1800s had a profound effect on America's 6/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) war preparations. businesses and corporations. land development. colleges and universities. Question 12 2 / 2 pts During the late 19th century, the American industrial workforce expanded through migration across national borders and internal migration. The American industrial workforce grew dramatically in the late 19th century due to migration. Native­born Americans moved from rural to urban areas in order to take industrial jobs. Europeans also flooded into the United States, dramatically expanding the nation’s population and the size of its industrial workforce. enjoyed higher wages. reduced its dependence on child labor. gained strong support from the federal government. Question 13 2 / 2 pts 7/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Which of the following was LEAST controversial during the Gilded Age? Corporate expansion Western expansion There was very little disagreement about Western expansion in the late 19th century. Some conservationists disapproved of the extent to which the natural environment was altered by the development of the West, but most Americans agreed that western expansion was good for the nation. Tariffs Currency Question 14 2 / 2 pts In Andrew Carnegie's “The Gospel of Wealth,” he suggested that “trust funds” be money that will be distributed for public use after a wealthy person dies. inheritance left to descendants. money that a wealthy person administers in a beneficial way for his/her community. money that is claimed by the government after a wealthy person dies. 8/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 15 2 / 2 pts The Plessy v. Ferguson ruling upheld Granger laws. government subsidies of business. racial segregation. The 1896 Supreme Court decision in the Plessy v. Ferguson case upheld racial segregation, finding that separate facilities were acceptable as long as they were equal. This case formed the legal basis for Jim Crow segregation that would not be overturned until Brown v. Board of Education in 1954. corporate consolidation. Question 16 2 / 2 pts 9/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) The Buffalo Hunt (1890) by Frederic Remington (offered by frederic­remington.org under a Creative Commons License: ­nc­nd/3.0/) By the time that the above painting was made, both Sioux and Comanche had united to challenge the U.S. Army in the Dakotas. buffalo like those in the picture were nearly killed to extinction. the tide in the Indian Wars had turned in favor of the Sioux. Congress had not yet voted on a law to create the Transcontinental Railroad. 10/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 17 2 / 2 pts ­ Source: Johnny Mitchell Which of the following events IS NOT marked by a circled letter on the map above? A massacre occurred which is thought to have ended the "Indian Wars." A U.S. Army detachment under George A. Custer was violently defeated. Indians who hated each other were forced into the Bosque Redondo reservation. The Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed. "Chief Joseph" surrendered to federal authorities. 11/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 18 2 / 2 pts ­ Source: Wikipedia. Fair use rationale: critical and educational purpose; low resolution unsuitable for reproduction. The actors pictured above played men hired by Tombstone's leaders to clear the town of outlaws. What hired guns were in this group? 12/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) "Doc" Holliday and Wyatt Earp Wyatt Earp and Billy "The Kid" "Doc" Holliday and Jesse James Wyatt Earp and Jesse James Incorrect Question 19 0 / 2 pts 13/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ Source: Wikipedia. Fair use rationale: critical and educational purpose; low resolution unsuitable for reproduction. In real life, the story referenced by the poster above was part of the long­running divide in America between Indians and the Army. 14/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) cowboys and Indians. cowboys and farmers. Democrats and Republicans. Question 20 2 / 2 pts ­ Source: Johnny Mitchell What happened at "D?" "Chief Joseph" surrendered to federal authorities. A U.S. Army detachment under George A. Custer was violently defeated. 15/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Indians who hated each other were forced into the Bosque Redondo reservation. The Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed. A massacre occurred which is thought to have ended the "Indian Wars." Question 21 2 / 2 pts "[At] the close of our great civil war,...unfortunately for the people and the government, designing speculators gained control of the Congress of the United States, and the granting or giving away to corporations and monopolies [millions of] acres of the public domain or lands of the people; territory greater in extent than Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa..." Source: J. K. Luttrell (Democrat­CA) House of Representatives speech, 1878 Congressman Luttrell is concerned about influence over his legislative body by the mining industry. migrants from China and Ireland. farmers. the railroad industry. Question 22 2 / 2 pts 16/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ Source: Johnny Mitchell What happened at "B?" "Chief Joseph" surrendered to federal authorities. A massacre occurred which is thought to have ended the "Indian Wars." A U.S. Army detachment under George A. Custer was violently defeated. The Medicine Lodge Treaty was signed. Indians who hated each other were forced into the Bosque Redondo reservation. Question 23 2 / 2 pts 17/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ Public domain image retrieved from Wikipedia. Original source: "Out of Subjection Into Freedom" by Marjorie Shuler, published in The Woman Citizen, page 360, September 4, 1920. Which generalization can be supported by the map and historical information? States with free public education were usually the first to grant women's suffrage. Suffrage was a minor issue in the Southeast because of smaller populations there. No state in the former Confederacy granted voting rights to women before 1920. Seneca Falls resulted in immediate political gains for women. Frontier life tended to encourage greater political equality for women. 18/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 24 2 / 2 pts From the chart it can be determined that Mitch, J.D., and Rupal have horizontally integrated companies. have chosen not to compete with one another. are breaking federal law. have vertically integrated companies. Question 25 2 / 2 pts 19/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) If "Drill Mitchell Drill," "J.D.'s Just Drillin'," and "Oh Well Drilling" were under the same owner, the chart suggests they might be near bankruptcy. parts of a monopoly. vertically integrated. controlling multiple links in the "supply chain." Question 26 2 / 2 pts "Money is power, and you ought to be reasonably ambitious to have it. You ought because you can do more good with it than you could without it. Money printed your Bible, money builds your churches, money sends your missionaries, and money pays your preachers, and you would not have many of them, either, if you did not pay them. I am always willing that my church should raise my salary, because the church that pays the 20/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) largest salary always raises it the easiest. You never knew an exception to it in your life. The man who gets the largest salary can do the most good with the power that is furnished to him. Of course he can if his spirit be right to use it for what it is given to him. I say, then, you ought to have money. If you can honestly attain unto riches in Philadelphia, it is your Christian and godly duty to do so. It is an awful mistake of these pious people to think you must be awfully poor in order to be pious." ­ Source: Russell Conwell's "Acres of Diamonds" speech, presented often to audiences in the 1890s and compiled in a book of the same name by publishers Harper Brothers in 1915. The quotation above is an example of the Gospel of Wealth. Transcendentalism. the Social Gospel. Social Darwinism. Question 27 2 / 2 pts 21/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ Source: "The Judge" magazine (1884). Public domain image retrieved from Wikipedia. What is the topic of this cartoon's criticism? A presidential candidate's sex scandal Effect of a president's policies on children's health Unwillingness of a President to listen to other opinions A candidate's childish complaints 22/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 28 2 / 2 pts "Drill Mitchell Drill," "Mitch's Refine­O­Rama," and "Mitch Got Gas" are a monopoly, because they're all in the same broad industrial area. working in the same part of the "supply chain." not a monopoly, because each company does something different. in an industry that began to fade during the Gilded Age. Question 29 2 / 2 pts 23/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ Source: "The Judge" magazine (1884). Public domain image retrieved from Wikipedia. Which President is in the Cartoon? Arthur Cleveland Clinton Garfield 24/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 30 2 / 2 pts "Money is power, and you ought to be reasonably ambitious to have it. You ought because you can do more good with it than you could without it. Money printed your Bible, money builds your churches, money sends your missionaries, and money pays your preachers, and you would not have many of them, either, if you did not pay them. I am always willing that my church should raise my salary, because the church that pays the largest salary always raises it the easiest. You never knew an exception to it in your life. The man who gets the largest salary can do the most good with the power that is furnished to him. Of course he can if his spirit be right to use it for what it is given to him. I say, then, you ought to have money. If you can honestly attain unto riches in Philadelphia, it is your Christian and godly duty to do so. It is an awful mistake of these pious people to think you must be awfully poor in order to be pious." ­ Source: Russell Conwell's "Acres of Diamonds" speech, presented often to audiences in the 1890s and compiled in a book of the same name by publishers Harper Brothers in 1915. Who would most likely share the sentiment expressed above? Herbert Spencer. Jane Addams. Andrew Carnegie. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Question 31 2 / 2 pts 25/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) "The American Beauty Rose can be produced in the splendor and fragrance which bring cheer to its beholder only by sacrificing the early buds which grow up around it. This is not an evil tendency in business. It is merely the working­out of a law of nature and a law of God." ­ Address to the students of Brown University, quoted in Ida Tarbell (1904) The History of the Standard Oil Company. Cartoon is 1905. Who is the man in the cartoon? Andrew Carnegie Redman Rockafella J. P. Morgan 26/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) J. D. Rockefeller Question 32 2 / 2 pts ­ 1892 General Election Who won all the states of the former Confederacy? Grover Cleveland William J. Bryan William H. Harrison 27/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) James Weaver Benjamin Harrison Question 33 2 / 2 pts 1. We demand the abolition of national banks. 2. We demand that the government shall establish sub­treasuries or depositories in the several states, which shall loan money direct to the people at a low rate of interest, not to exceed two per cent per annum, on non­perishable farm products, and also upon real estate... 3. We demand that the amount of the circulating medium be speedily increased to not less than $50 per capita. 5. We comdemn the silver bill recently passed by Congress, and demand in lieu there of the free and unlimited coinage of silver. 9. We further demand a removal of the existing heavy tariff tax from the necessities of life, that the poor of our land must have. 10. We further demand a just and equitable system of graduated tax on incomes. 13. We demand that the Congress of the United States submit an amendment to the Constitution providing for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people of each state. ­ Selected "Ocala Demands" from the Farmers Alliance conference at Ocala, FL (1890). The Ocala Demands show an important link between farmers' groups and the Populist movement. Harrison Republicans and Cleveland Democrats. Radical Republicans and Reconstruction. rural and urban Progressive reformers. Question 34 2 / 2 pts 28/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) ­ 1892 General Election Who won Nevada, Colorado, Kansas, Idaho, and part of Oregon? Benjamin Harrison James Weaver William J. Bryan William H. Harrison Grover Cleveland 29/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 35 2 / 2 pts ­ "Strange Fruit," a 1937 poem by Abel Meeropol and 1939 recording by Billie Holiday Who is best remembered for working against the form of violence described in the poem and song above? Booker T. Washington Theodore Roosevelt Susan B. Anthony Ida B. Wells 30/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Question 36 2 / 2 pts The sentiment of this Gilded Age cartoon would be most familiar to these who, about a century earlier, participated in 31/45 7/15/2016 (6 Major) Module 6 Updated Exam : 5 ­ AP US HIST B (0312VIRKSB­3) Bacon's Rebellion. Shays' Rebellion. Pontiac's Uprising. the Whiskey Rebellion. Question 37 2 / 2 pts 1. We demand the abolition of national banks. 2. We demand that the government shall establish sub­treasuries or depositories in the several states, which shall loan money direct to the people at a low rate of interest, not to exceed two per cent per annum, on non­perishable farm products, and also upon real estate... 3. We demand that the amount of the circulating medium be speedily increased to not less than $50 per capita. 5. We comdemn the silver bill recently passed by Congress, and demand in lieu there of the free and unlimited coinage of silver. 9. We further demand a removal of the existing heavy tariff tax from the necessities of life, that the poor of our land must have. 10. We further demand a just and equitable system of graduated tax on incomes. 13. We demand that the Congress of the United States submit an amendment to the Constitution providing for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people of each state. ­ Selected "Ocala Demands" from the Farmers Alliance conference at Ocala, FL (1890). The Ocala Demands resulted from a protest movement that primarily involved small­scale farmers. northeastern conservatives. laissez­faire reformers. labor u...
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