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A. The prohibition of alcoholic beverages B. The right to vote for women C. The comprehensive program of economic and political reform D. The right to vote for blacks 25. Platt Amendment of 190 1 A. Made Cuba independent from the United States B. Granted the U.S. exclusive access to the Cuban Market C. Reserved the United States' right to intervene in Cuban affairs D. Provided the United States a temporary lease on naval stations in Cuba 26. Which of these statements regarding the Knights of Labor is FALSE? A. The Knights was founded in 1869 as the first national union B. Terence V. Powderly was a leader of the Knights C. The Knights excluded the Asian immigrants on the West Coast D. The Knights supported the idea of freedom groundcd in Social Darwinism 27. Which of the following is NOT true about Andrew Carnegie and John Rockefeller? A. They were called as "robber barons'' B. They distributed much of their wealth to various philanthropies C. They bitterly fought their employees' efforts to organize unions D. They established a "horizontally" integrated monopolies. 11. Questions from Flamming's Lectures 28. Historical Thinking requires A. the development of historical intuition B. a good short-term memory for exams C. a place to watch the History Channel where your friends won't see you
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D. that you jettison all reason and embrace a raving neo-postmodernist ideal 29. The Fifteenth Amendment A. ended slavery in the U.S. B. established the rules of naturalization law in the U.S. C. eliminated race as a legal basis for disfranchisement D. established the principle of j u s soli as the basis of U.S. citizenship 30. The Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: A. defined citizenship in America B. made former slaves citizens of the U.S. C. contained the "equal protection" clause D. all of the above 3 1. This political group most strongly opposed the Reconstruction Amendments: A. Southern Democrats B. Northern Republicans C. Southern Republicans D. Northern Democrats 32. What was the citizenship status of American Indians at the time of the Civil War? A. They were American citizens B. They could choose to become American citizens or move to Indian Territory C. They were citizens of their tribal govemments D. They had the same citizenship status as African American slaves 33. Which of the following was NOT a provision of the Dawes Act: A. Tribal governments were abolished R. Comrnunal ownership of land was ended C. Boarding schools were abolished D. lndians became American citizens 34. Why did many American Indians oppose U.S. citizenship? A. They preferred the provisions of the Dawes Act B. They wanted to keep their own tribal governments C. They feared that Indian boarding schools would be closed. D. all of the above E. The premise is false: Most Indians supported the Dawes Act 35. This political group wanted to prevent Chinese immigration to the U.S.
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