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A.US citizens who wanted to vacation in HawaiiB.Native Hawaiians who wanted to enjoy the benefits of US citizenshipC.Plantation owners who wanted to develop beachside propertyD.US sugar growers who did not want to pay the tariff when they sold sugar in the US28.The Teller Amendment specified thatA.Puerto Rico would not become part of the US.B.Cuba would not become part of the USC.the US would grant independence to the Philippines.D.Hawaii would not become part of the US29.At the Paris Peace Talks, President WilsonA.wanted to punish Serbia for starting the warB.wanted to punish Germany for aggression against the USC.wanted to punish Russia for pulling out of the warD.was more idealistic than his allies and wanted fair treatment for all30.Henry Ford was able to produce and sell many autos during the 1920s due toA.the use of the moving assembly lineB.the availability of the cars due to large scale productionC.the low cost of the carsD.all of the above31.The Sedition Act made it illegal toA.make derogatory remarks concerning the US government and the war effort.B.establish a bank account in a foreign countryC.sell cigarettes on the black marketD.waste certain resources during wartime32.The Progressives focused their efforts on a single cause
A.TrueB.False33.Many historians believe that as a result of their work supporting the war effort, womenA.finally received the right to voteB.were allowed to continue the employment they had begun during the warC.were allowed to join the US militaryD.all choices are correct34.The 1898 war with Spain was an important turning point in US history because itA.marked the end of expansionism for the USB.demonstrated the need for a better equipped militaryC.caused the US to assume a position of world power and expansionD.showed US support for democracy and independence in other countries35.The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 led to World War I in Europe becauseA.anarchists were in control in Russia and demanded revenge B.military, economic, and political rivalries were strong and created tension throughout EuropeC.his assassin was a German nationalistD.Communism dominated European politics36.The "Harlem Renaissance" of the 1920s refers toA.the movement of African American artists, poets, and writers who expressed pride in being black.B.the "Lost Generation" of writers who moved to Europe during the 1920sC.the most famous jazz ensemble of the 1920sD.the name of the shipping company owned by Marcus Garvey37.What conditions did the Treaty of Versailles impose on Germany?A.a large war debt to the AlliesB.a loss of territoryC.a decrease in the size of the German militaryD.all of the above38.Which of the following was the major factor in the US decision to declare war on Spain?

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