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AP US HISTORY (15) > TAKE ASSESSMENT: CHAPTERS 23 - 25 EXAM RETAKE 2011
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Take Assessment: Chapters 23 - 25 Exam Retake 2011 Name Chapters 23 - 25 Exam Retake 2011 Instructions Multiple Attempts Not allowed. This Test can only be taken once. Force Completion This Test must be completed now. <> Question 1 1 points Save Which of the following was not among the platform planks adopted by the Populist Party in their convention of 1892? B. government guarantees of “parity prices” for farmers Question 2 1 points Save The presidential elections of the 1870s and 1880s E. aroused great interest among voters.
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Question 3 1 points Save With the passage of the Pendleton Act, politicians now sought money from B. big corporations. Question 4 1 points Save In the 1896 case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court ruled that E. “separate but equal” facilities were constitutional. Question 5 1 points Save Which of the following internal developments in China resulted in Chinese immigration to the United States? D. all of
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the above Question 6 1 points Save The sequence of presidential terms of the “forgettable presidents” of the Gilded Age (including Cleveland's two nonconsecutive terms) was B. Hayes, Garfield, Arthur, Cleveland, Harrison, Cleveland. Question 7 1 points Save At the conclusion of the Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant B. accepted gifts of houses and money from citizens. Question 8 1 points Save President Grover Cleveland aroused widespread public anger by his action of
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D. borrowing $65 million in gold from J.P. Morgan's banking syndicate. Question 9 1 points Save The greatest political beneficiary of the backlash against President Cleveland in the Congressional elections of 1894 were A. the Republi cans. Question 10 1 points Save One result of Republican “hard money” policies was B. The formation of the greenback party Question 11 1 points The Chinese word tong means
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Question 12 1 points Save During the Gilded Age, the lifeblood of both the Democratic and the Republican parties was D. political patrona ge. Question 13 1 points Save The 1884 election contest between James G. Blaine and Grover Cleveland was noted for A. its personal attacks on the two candidates. Question 14 One reason for the extremely high voter turnouts and partisan fervor of the Gilded Age was
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C. sharp ethnic and cultural differences in the membership of the two parties. Question 15 1 points Save Those who enjoyed a successful political career in the post-Civil War decades were usually A. party loyalist s. Question 16 1 points Save On the issue of the tariff, President Grover Cleveland B. advocate d a lower rate. Question 17 1 points Save
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The Pendleton Act required appointees to public office to E. take a competitive examination. Question 18
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