Selected AP questions chapt 5

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Selected Questions Chapt 5 According to historian Frederick Jackson Turner,a key factor in the development of American individualism and democracy was (A) Puritan theology (B) transcendentalism (C) the American Revolution (D) the Civil War(E) the frontier 49. Settlement house workers of the late nineteenth century would most likely have engaged in all of the following EXCEPT A) establishing day nurseries for working mothers (B) offering literacy and language classes for immigrants (C) publishing reports on deplorable housing conditions (D) teaching classes on cooking and dressmaking(E) organizing women workers into labor unions 51. Which of the following was true of the Dawes Severalty Act of 1887 ? “Every contract, combination in form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce in any territory of the United States . . .is hereby declared illegal.”The passage above was most effectively used for which purpose in the late nineteenth century?(A) Supporting the goals of Social Darwinists(B) Restricting the power of monopolies and trusts(C) Limiting the power of labor unions(D) Regulating railroads and grain storage silos(E) Upholding the powers of the Interstate Commerce Act The purpose of the immigration restriction acts passed in the 1920s was to (A) exclude Chinese immigration for a period of ten years (B) favor northern and western European immigration C) favor southern and eastern European immigration (D) deny citizenship to immigrants from Asia and Africa (E) limit immigration from Canada and Mexico Which of the following economic realities is MOST CLOSELY associated with the development of the factory system? The worker movement of the 1840's was by nature a reform movement in the sense that:
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