Practice Test 2.0 - PRACTICE TEST 2.0 01 The first nationality excluded from immigrating to the United States was the(A Japanese(B Mexicans(C

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PRACTICE TEST 2.0 01. The first nationality excluded from immigrating to the United States was the (A) Japanese (B) Mexicans (C) Chinese (D) Haitians (E) Ottoman Turks. 02. The basic viewpoint of the U.S. Supreme court in the 1920's was to (A) Uphold the anti trust laws (B) favor the position of organized labor (C) overturn progressive laws (D) support the government involvement in business (E) refuse to consider cases involving labor disputes. 03. The American Anti-slavery movement split in 1840 largely over the issue of (A) the participation of women (B) gradual vs. immediate emancipation (C) civil rights for free blacks in the North (D) Support for the black abolitionists (E) backing for Martin Van Buren for President. 04. The XYZ affair resulted in (A) the growth of pro French sentiment in the United States (B) a former alliance between Great Britain and the United States (C) An undeclared war between the United States and France (D) embarrassment for President Adams (E) A new alliance with France against great Britain. 05. The best description of the political views of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention would be (A) Anti-Federalist Jeffersonians (B) men who strongly supported states rights (C) regionalists or sectionalists (D) Men who held a national view of the country (E) Total opposition to compromise. 06. "The wisest among my race understand that the agitation of questions of social equality is the extremist folly, and that progress in the enjoyment of all the privileges that will come to us must be the result of severe and the constant struggle rather than of artificial forcing." This statement was most likely made by (A) Marcus Garvey (B) Booker T. Washington (C) W.E.B. DuBois (D) Barbara Jordan (E) Malcolm X. 07. The narrowing gap between rural and urban population in the second half of the nineteenth century is best explained by the (A) Migration of former slaves to Northern Cities after the Civil war (B) Impact of immigration on the growth of cities (C) closing of the frontier (D) rapid industrialization of the country (E) increasing the mechanization of American agriculture. 08. The major nations at the Washington Naval conference in 1922 agreed to A. limit the number of ships in their navies B. support the U.S Open Door Policy in China C. punish any nations violating the agreement D. keep the status quo in the Pacific area (A) A only (B) B only (C) A and C only (D) A and D only (E) B, C and D only
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09. The 1892 Populist Platform did not include (A) government operation of the railroads (B) the initiative (C) the referendum (D) the subtreasury plan (E) high tariffs. 10. The earliest English colony was (A) Maryland (B) New York (C) Massachusetts Bay (D) Georgia (E) Pennsylvania. 11.
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Practice Test 2.0 - PRACTICE TEST 2.0 01 The first nationality excluded from immigrating to the United States was the(A Japanese(B Mexicans(C

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