Test 3 - The University of Texas at Austin Professor Jim...

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#d#p# # ######@## ### #@ HP LaserJet Series II################HPLASEII.PRS# #d#p# # ######@## ###,# ###t#0)# Q #@ ##2# ##########E#########M### #####_#########a#####|#d###Jan 04, 1980######( ## # # 3 '########################################### 3 '##Standar d################################## 3 '########################################## # 3 '##Standard########HPLASEII.PRS# #d#p# # #####( # # # ################## ######################### ## The University of Texas at Austin ########## GOV312L Professor Jim Enelow July 7, 1999 n# #(# TEXAS POLITICAL HISTORY ##########Ѓ # #.# THIRD EXAM ########## 1. Match the following names and identifications A William Hobby 1 elected Governor twice in the 1920s B Charles Culberson 2 U.S. Senator who retired after 1922 C Pat Neff 3 defeated in 1922 U.S. Senate run off primary D Jim Ferguson 4 elected Governor in 1918 (a) A4, B3, C1, D2 (b) A4, B2, C1, D3 (c) A1, B2, C4, D3 (d) A4, B1, C2, D3 (e) A2, B4, C1, D3 2. Which of the following statements is correct? (a) During World War I, the Texas Legislature passed a law allowing women toserve on juries (b) In a special session in 1918, the Texas Legislature approved a 10 mile"dry zone" around Texas military bases (c) In 1919, Texas voters defeated a state constitutional amendmentestablishing the statewide prohibition of alcohol (d) During World War I, the Texas Legislature refused to pass a law makingit a criminal offense to criticize the U.S. government (e) In 1919, the Texas Legislature refused to ratify the 19th Amendment tothe U.S. Constitution, giving women the vote 3. During the 1920s (a) Ma Ferguson was elected Governor twice on a platform of honesty ingovernment (b) the Texas Legislature passed a law banning the teaching of evolutionin the Texas public schools (c) the Ku Klux Klan became an important political force in Texas statepolitics, electing a U.S. Senator, members of the Texas Legislature, andtaking control of several Texas cities (d) Pat Neff fought against the Ku Klux Klan, denouncing the Klan for acrime wave which had swept the state (e) Dan Moody used favoritism in awarding state contracts, leading to hisdefeat by Ma Ferguson in the 1928 governor's race 4. Jim Ferguson (a) ran for President in 1920 on a third party ticket and was elected tothe U.S. Senate in 1922 against Earle Mayfield (b) supported the Ku Klux Klan in the early 1920s because the Klansupported traditional social values (c) never ran for political office again after his impeachment andconviction in 1917
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(d) chaired the Texas Relief Commission when Ma Ferguson was Governor inthe 1930s (e) supported Ross Sterling's use of martial law to stop overproduction ofoil in the East Texas oil field in the early 1930s 5. Miriam Ferguson (a) was well known as a political activist before her election as Governorin 1924 (b) ran for Governor in the 1920s against the wishes of her husband, whowanted to
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