A the knights of labor b the ku klux klan c tammany

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A. the Knights of Labor B. the Ku Klux Klan C. Tammany Hall D. Workingmen's Party of California
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36. What was the first U.S. law to restrict the immigration of an identifiable group: A. The Dawes Act B. The Chinese Exclusion Act C. The McKinley Tariff D. The Mexican Exclusion Act 37. The "father" of free-market capitalism was A,. Adam Smith B. Karl Marx C. Andrew Camegie D. Herbert Spencer 38. The "father" of modem communism was A. Adam Smith B. Karl Marx C. Andrew Camegie D. Herbert Spencer 39. A "reformer" in America seeks to: A. maintain the status quo B. alter the system without destroying its essentials C. change the system altogether D. None of these 40. This labor organization favored revolutionary communism: A. The American Federation of Labor B. The Wobblies C. The Knights of Labor D. The Women's Christian Temperance Union 41. This labor organization wanted a bigger piece of the American pie: A. The American Federation of Labor B. The Wobblies C. The Knights of Labor D. The Women's Christian Temperance Union 42. The Free Cuba Movement: A. Began in the U.S. and spread to Cuba B. Was a plot hatched by U.S. Sugar corporations C. Was an important cause of the Spanish-American War D. Was the "morning afier" effect after the Spanish-American War 43. The Anti-imperialism Movement in America was largely sparked by: A. The US.-Philippines war B. The Spanish takeover of Puerto Rico C. The Platt Amendment D. The Panama Canal
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44. Emilio Aguinaldo A. Was the Spanish general who created the concentration camps in Cuba B. Was the leader of the independence movement in the Philippines C. Was the first American soldier to reach the top of San Juan Hill D. Was discovered to be the mastermind behind the destruction of the U.S.S. Mainr 45. The U.S.S Maine A. was the first modem battleship. B. blew up and sank in Havana, triggering the Spanish-American War. C. led United States navel forces in the Philippines. D. was commanded by Captain Alfred T. Mahan. 46. The idea that the U.S. needed a strong Navy to be a great power was promoted by A. Woodrow Wilson B. John Stevens C. Alfred T. Mahan D. Henry Cabot Lodge 47. The Second Industrial Revolution disturbed many Americans because: A. The time-clock began to govern their lives B. Cities grew rapidly and became overcrowded C. They did not expect it to have such powerful impact on their lives D. All of the above E. A and C, but not B 48. Ellis Island A. Was originally a warehouse and was not intended to serve as an immigrant- processing center. B. Was replaced by a new facility in the 1890s. C. Actually saw the arrival of very few immigrants D. All of the Above E. None of the Above 49. In the video on building of the Panama Canal, the following was true: A. The French did not care enough abotd the canal to finish the job. B. The U.S. canal was poorly planed and poorly built. C. Railroads were essential in the building of the canal. D. Contrary to popular myth, Teddy Roosevelt took little interest in the canal 50. For those in class on Monday, the answer is: A. Little Cartoon Boat B. Key Lime Pie C. Believe it and Weep D. Big Shining Star E. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
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