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Chapter 17Life in the Gilded Age, 1865-1900
1. What did Irish immigrant and iron molder Frank Roney think of his American counterparts?
a. He had the utmost respect for them.
b. Roney found that many lacked the self-respect he associated w
Chapter 6Recreating America: Independence and a New Nation, 1775-1783
1. Why did a French government representative declare Esther de Berdt Reed "the most fearless and
active" patriot the Revolution had inspired?
a. She had aided the Frenc
Chapter 29Entering a New Century, 1992-2010
1. Central to the idea of globalization was
a. easy immigration.
b. the reduction of trade barriers.
c. faster transportation.
d. economic specialization.
REF: p. 830
2. The World Trade Or
Chapter 7Competing Visions of the Virtuous Republic, 1770-1796
1. Why did the Confederation government not survive the decade of postwar adjustments?
a. It was too weak to solve the nation's economic and social problems.
b. It was bogged d
Chapter 3Founding the English Mainland Colonies, 1585-1732
1. What prevented Sir Walter Raleigh from delivering badly needed supplies to his second colonial
venture on the island of Roanoke?
a. A blockade by the Native tribe of the Croatan
Chapter 8The Early Republic, 1796-1804
1. Why did George Logan seek to negotiate peace between the United States and France?
a. He had invested a great deal of money in France.
b. He hoped to bring the United States into war with Britain.
Chapter 9Increasing Conflict and War, 1805-1815
1. Tenskwatawa taught that Indians should:
a. embrace white culture.
b. take their case against white encroachment to the Supreme Court.
c. move further west.
d. stop interacting with whites.
Chapter 13Sectional Conflict and Shattered Union, 1848-1860
1. Following his escape from slavery, Frederick Douglass found:
a. himself an instant celebrity.
b. vicious prejudice.
c. acceptance among white workers.
d. few differences betwee
Chapter 10The Rise of a New Nation, 1815-1836
1. Which statement best describes the effect of the Hartford Convention?
a. Federalists were regarded as heroes for having shown the dangers of a government
dominated by one party.
b. New Engla
Chapter 14A Violent Choice: Civil War, 1861-1865
1. When war began, what was the biggest challenge confronting Lincoln and Davis?
a. A lack of military leadership
b. Mustering manpower
c. Rooting out spies among their ranks
d. Internal pol
Chapter 4The English Colonies in the Eighteenth Century, 1689-1763
1. The richest English colonies were those located in
a. New England.
b. the Middle Colonies.
c. the Chesapeake region.
d. the Caribbean.
REF: p. 80
2. In response t
Chapter 1Making a "New" World, to 1588
1. About 600 hundred years ago the Powhatan people increasingly collaborated with their neighbors
a. Long-lasting weather changes reduced corn crops and required more expansive hunting
Chapter 18Politics and Foreign Relations in a Rapidly Changing Nation, 1865-1902
1. In the late nineteenth century, the term "spoils" was associated with
a. personal attachment to a local politician.
b. the patronage system.
Chapter 19The Progressive Era, 1900-1917
1. Theodore Roosevelt's actions in the anthracite coal strike (1902):
a. reflected his "hands-off" view toward business matters.
b. helped win the strikers higher wages.
c. produced a showdown betwe
Chapter 12Responses to the Great Transformation, 1828-1848
1. Lydia Sigourney made her reputation by writing books aimed at
a. literary scholars.
b. upper- and middle-class women.
c. those searching for meaning in religion.
d. abolishing s
Chapter 23America's Rise to World Leadership, 1929-1945
1. Herbert Hoover's approach to foreign policy in Latin America:
a. envisioned a return to dollar diplomacy.
b. offered free immigration in exchange for military alliances.
Chapter 27America Under Stress, 1967-1976
1. Why did Dolores Huerta quit teaching school?
a. She was fired for supporting the United Farm Workers.
b. She felt she had to do more to help the families of farm workers.
c. She could not pass a
Chapter 2A Continent on the Move, 1400-1725
1. One constraint faced by all European nations in America was
a. the large and powerful presence of Native Americans.
b. the lack of sufficient agricultural land.
c. the harsh and bitter climate
Chapter 15Reconstruction: High Hopes and Shattered Dreams, 1865-1877
1. What did the end of slavery force southerners of both races to do?
a. Accept each other as equals
b. Swear a loyalty oath to the Union
c. Develop new social, economic,
Chapter 5Deciding Where Loyalties Lie, 1763-1776
1. Why did Charles Inglis oppose separation from the mother country?
a. He believed that colonialism would self-destruct.
b. He urged colonists to wait for the dying out of the monarchy.
Chapter 16The Nation Industrializes, 1865-1900
1. Which of the following was not a crucial ingredient to the rapid industrialization of the United States
after the Civil War?
a. a wealth of natural resources
b. a capable workforce
c. a lar
Chapter 25Quest for Consensus, 1952-1960
1. One reason for the success of McDonald's was that Ray Kroc put his franchises
a. along interstate highways.
b. in downtown areas.
c. in suburbs.
d. near ballparks.
REF: p. 717
2. What was
Chapter 20The United States in a World at War, 1913-1920
1. Prior to August 1914, most Americans believed
a. that war in Europe was inevitable.
b. that war had become obsolete.
c. that Woodrow Wilson would have his hands full with all the
Chapter 21Prosperity Decade, 1920-1928
1. The "It" in Clara Bow's nickname "The 'It' Girl" stood for:
a. long hair
c. sex appeal
REF: p. 589
2. One of the ways that American business changed during the 1920s