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Unformatted text preview: AP US History Chapter 28 and 29 Test Mr. Steere Instructions : On your answer sheet write the letter of the best answer to each question. Please use capital letters. 1. The real heart of the progressive movement was to A. preserve world peace. B. use the government as an agency of human welfare. C. ensure the Jeffersonian style of government. D. reinstate the policy of laissez-faire. 2. Progressivism A. supported many reforms advocated by feminists. B. offered little to the ever-growing womens movement. C. supported only the demand for woman suffrage. D. followed examples set by womens reform movements in Europe. 3. President Theodore Roosevelt branded reporters who tried to uncover injustice as muckrakers because A. he saw them as trying to clean up society. B. he was annoyed by their excessive zeal. C. of their work in the slums. D. of their coverage of the meat-packing industry. 4. The muckrakers signified much about the nature of the progressive reform movement because they A. counted on drastic political change to fight social wrongs. B. opposed extensive publicity. C. believed that the cure for the ills of American democracy lay in less democracy and more government control. D. sought to cleanse capitalism rather than to overthrow it. 5. The two key goals pursued by progressives were to curb the threats posed by _________ on the one hand and _________ on the other. A. New Immigrants; blacks B. trusts; sots C. the social gospel; the gospel of wealth D. the Old Guard; muckrakers 6. Progressive reformers were mainly men and women from the A. middle class. B. lower class. C. upper class. D. new wave of immigrants. 7. Political progressivism A. made little difference in American life. B. died out shortly after Teddy Roosevelt stepped down as president. C. emerged in both major parties, in all regions, at all levels of government. D. was more a minority movement than a majority mood. 8. All of the following were prime goals of earnest progressives except A. the direct election of senators. B. the elimination of graft. C. woman suffrage. D. opposition to Prohibition. 9. The progressive movement was instrumental in getting both the Seventeenth and Eighteenth amendments added to the Constitution. The Seventeenth called for ________________ , and the Eighteenth called for ___________________. A. prohibition; woman suffrage B. direct election of senators; prohibition C. woman suffrage; income taxes D. income taxes; direct election of senators 10. The Settlement house and womens club movements were crucial centers of female progressive activity because they A. provided literary and philosophical perspectives on social questions. B. broke down the idea that women had special concerns as wives and mothers....
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