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Section 3-Turn of - Section 3-Turn of Century-01 One weapon that was used to put Boss Tweed leader of New York City's infamous Tweed Ring in jail

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Section 3-Turn of Century-01 One weapon that was used to put Boss Tweed, leader of New York City's infamous Tweed Ring, in jail was A) the cartoons of the political satirist Thomas Nast. B) federal income tax evasion charges. C) the RICO racketeering act. D) New York City's ethics laws. E) granting immunity to Tweed's cronies in exchange for testimony. The legal codes that established the system of segregation were a) found in the North b) called Jim Crow laws c) overturned by Plessy vs Ferguson d) undermined by the crop lien system e) passed during Reconstruction Abraham Lincoln was the first president to be assassinated while in office; who was the second? a) Rutherford B. Hayes b) William KcKinley
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c) Chester Arthur d) Benjamin Harrison e) James Garfield President James A Garfield was assassinated a) by an ex-Confederate bitter at Garfield’s Union army service b) because we has a Stalwart Republican c) by a jealous former lover d) by a deranged, disappointed office seeker e) by a political anarchist The Pendleton Act required people applying for many federal jobs to a) to take a competetive examination b) present a written recommendation from a congressman or senator c) agree to make financial contributions to their political party d) submit a resume listing their experience and providing references e) having a college degree Besides advocating a lower tariff, Grover Cleveland stirred political opposition by a) supporting free and unlimited coinage of silver b) advocating federal aid to farmers
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c) vetoing many veteran pension bills d) spending the federal budget surplus on public works e) bringing his mistress and illegitimate child to live in the White House With the passage of the Pendleton Act, politicians now sought money from A) new immigrants. B) civil-service workers. C) the small army of factory workers whom they now had to mobilize. D) foreign contributors. E) big corporations. In the 1896 case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court ruled that A) African Americans could be denied the right to vote. B) segregation was unconstitutional. C) “separate but equal” facilities were constitutional. D) the Fourteenth Amendment did not apply to African Americans. E) literacy tests for voting were constitutional. Which of the following was not among the platform planks adopted by the Populist Party in their convention of 1892? A) government ownership of the railroads, telephone, and telegraph B) free and unlimited coinage of silver in the ratio of 16 to 1
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C) a one-term limit on the presidency D) government guarantees of “parity prices” for farmers E) immigration restrictions The Compromise of 1877 resulted in A) a renewal of the Republican commitment to protect black civil rights in the South. B)
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2012 for the course HISTORY 101 taught by Professor Whittaker during the Spring '12 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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Section 3-Turn of - Section 3-Turn of Century-01 One weapon that was used to put Boss Tweed leader of New York City's infamous Tweed Ring in jail

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