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  • Ch. 11-13

    WWIPre-WWI ImperialismPost-WWI: Foreign Affairs(1) Post WWI : American Society(2) Post WWI : American Society 2020202020404040404060606060608080808080100100100100100

  • The indents involving the Sussex and Lusitania centered on.

    The rights of neutralsBritish violations of America rightsThe use of chemical warfareTrench warfare

  • After war broke out in Europe in 1914, what event increased tensions between the U.S. and Germany?

    U.S. military aid to the Allied ForcesPres. Wilsons 14 PointsU.S. Senates rejection of the Treaty of VersaillesZimmermann Telegram

  • What German threat does the cartoon reference?

  • What event is referred to in this cartoon?

  • What impact did the Bolshevik Revolution have on U.S.-Russian relations?

    The U.S. promptly recognized the new Communist GovernmentThe U.S. welcomed the end of the Romanov DynastyRelations between the two nations deterioratedAmerican investors increased investment in Russian exports

  • By proclaiming the Open Door Policy in 1899, the U.S. was attempting to

    Prevent European countries from colonizing the Western HemisphereKeep Japan from attacking and colonizing ChinaEnsue equal trading opportunities in ChinaIncrease trade between Russia and the United States

  • What was the famous uprising against Western foreigners in China in 1900?

    Boxer RebellionTurners RebellionShays RebellionWhiskey Rebellion

  • What was the immediate cause of the Spanish-American War?

    The sinking of the LusitaniaThe sinking of the MaineThe violence of General WeylerThe opening of the Panama Canal

  • The main purpose of the map shown is to illustrate the

  • What was the U.S. purpose in building the Panama Canal?

    To connect the Atlantic and Pacific OceansTo raise the standard of living in South AmericaTo enforce the Monroe Doctrine in Latin AmericaTo create income for the U.S. by charging tolls

  • What American leader developed the concept of the League of Nations in his Fourteen Points?

    Theodore Roosevelt Franklin RooseveltWinston ChurchillWoodrow Wilson

  • What was the main purpose of the Kellogg-Briand Pact?

    To limit immigration into the U.S.To support collective bargaining.To preserve world peace by outlawing war.To encourage migration to cities.

  • Which of the following did most Americans favor at the end of World War One?

    A return to normalcy?A return to an agricultural societyHeavy regulation of businessJoining the League of Nations

  • Why were the 1920s referred to as the roaring or booming twenties?

    Prohibition limited the growth of the alcohol industry.Immigration was restricted.Most women campaigned for an equal rights amendment.New industries lead to economic wealth

  • The Palmer Raids were part of the

    Prohibition era.Red Scare.Harlem Renaissance.Teapot Dome Scandal

  • Which issue was the focus of the Supreme Court decision in Schenck v. U.S. (1919)?

    Relocation of ethnic minority groups.Freedom of speech for war protesters.Use of detention camps for enemy aliens.Integration of military forces.

  • What did the Sacco and Vanzetti trial reveal about the feelings of many Americans in 1919?

    Resentment surfaced over the flood of African Americans into Northern Cities.Americans still blamed Germany for the War (WWI).Many American were unable to accept women in the workplace.A strong fear of foreigners existed in the U.S.

  • What nation did not sign the Versailles Treaty?

    BritainUnited StatesFranceGermany

  • What was the nickname of President William Howard Tafts plan for expanding economic ties between the U.S. and Latin America?

    Free trade.Roosevelt Corollary.Monroe Doctrine.Dollar diplomacy.

  • Which U.S. President began the Good Neighbor Policy?

    Franklin RooseveltCalvin CoolidgeWarren G. HardingDwight D. Eisenhower

  • With which cultural movement was this picture most closely associated?

  • What nationalist movement was this picture most closely associated?

  • With which was this picture most closely associated?

  • With which event was this picture most closely associated?

  • With which event was this picture most closely associated?

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