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Government anti-drug campaigns, such as the "Just Say No" initiative, led to significant declines in drug use. Suburban residents feared violence and drug use that was occurring in urban areas. CONCEPT The Culture Wars Continue
21 If a historian were to question why most of the immigrants coming into the United States were pictured as male, when large numbers of females also immigrated to the United States, they would probably be viewing this picture through which lens?
The Lenses of History 22 Because of the economic downturn in the 1890s, many Americans organized in order to seek relief from corporations and elected officials. Choose the statement that reflects an action undertaken in the 1890s to improve conditions for workers.
CONCEPT Economic Depression and Labor Unrest in the 1890s 23 Choose the statement that reflects U.S. involvement in Vietnam during the Eisenhower administration.
CONCEPT The Early 1960s 24 Which of the following statements best describes the Reservationists' stance toward the Treaty of Versailles? “We support this treaty as it is written.” “We support this treaty with amendments.” “We oppose this treaty on partisan grounds.” “We oppose this treaty on all grounds.” RATIONALE
American ratification of the Treaty of Versailles, including its provisions on the League of Nations, provoked heated debate in Congress. A group of Republican congressmen known as Reservationists appeared willing to approve the treaty, following some amendment. They were opposed by Irreconcilables, who flatly opposed ratifying the treaty, and Congressional Democrats, who staunchly supported the full terms of the treaty. CONCEPT Woodrow Wilson's Vision: America and the League of Nations 25 The AIDS crisis of the 1980s and government inaction in response to it caused organizations like ACT UP to grow. These organizations reflected the view of which of the following groups? Doctors Gay rights activists The Religious Right Yuppies CONCEPT Morning in America: The Culture Wars of the 1980s

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