1/ Where did the United States take a firm stand on neutrality in World War I in
1914 and the reverse and send American troops to Europe in 1917?
American public opinion went along with neutrality.
The American entry into World War I came in April 1917, a
1.Which of the following best characterizes the way the North Carolina textile workers
described President Franklin Roosevelt to reporter Martha Gellhorn?
A They mistrusted him deeply.
B. Their big expectations had been crushed.
C. They adored and rever
1.Which of the following did General George Marshall propose as a means of preparing the
United States for another modern war?
A Develop a program under which all men would undergo military training and could be
. called upon to serve in the military when
1. C. The conspiracy around the Watergate scandal. (Dean says the cover-up of the scandal is like a
cancer, that will only continue to grow as people continue to lie and then end up perjuring themselves.)
2. C. States had a legitimate interest in the prot
1.Why did the editors of The North American Review welcome American entry into World
A They believed that Germany was an immediate threat to American national security.
. They believed that American involvement might hasten the spread of the "spi