US History since 1876
Last Modified: 2012-04-30
2.state governments would have to repudiate Confederate war debts.
3.a majority of white males would have to pledge allegiance to the Union
2.persuaded the Democrats to accept their presidential candidate.
3.indicated disillusionment with Radical Reconstruction in the North.
4.was based on disgust with the scandal of the Grant administration.
2.the number of tenant farmers rose.
3.crop production increased.
4.real farm income declined.
2.the landlord placed a lien against the next year's crop.0% 3.he and his family could be thrown off the land.
4.he could be jailed until the money was paid.
5.the use of government as a tool.
2.sometimes supported Jim Crow.
3.gave birth to the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
4.included racists among its prominent adherents
B.merged with the AFL in 1912.
C.all of these choices.
D.were led by Victor Berger.
E.were active in the carpenters' union.
3.arguing that drinking contributed to poverty among working people.
4.linking the saloon to political corruption.
5.appealing to the Christianity of some Americans.
2.achieve a foreign policy victory without using military force.
3.maintain the territorial integrity of China.
5.keep the great powers from completely destroying China by dividing it among themselves
2.lumbermen and cattlemen who misused public lands were more vigorously prosecuted than they had been.
3.Congress froze the size of forest reserves in six western states.
5.the forest reserves tripled in size.
All of the following are true of Gifford Pinchot except that
2. achieved a new level of respectability.
3.was included in the administrative structure supervising the war effort.
4.supported the war effort.
2.concentrated especially on Article Ten of the League Covenant.
3.came primarily from Republicans.
4.came because of the fear that American sovereignty would be compromised.
2.probably deflected anger away from the capitalist system.
3.was exploited by advertisers.
4.caused hitchhikers to apologize for their appearance.
3.established codes that governed virtually every aspect of production in an industry.
4.was popular at first.
5.was criticized for carrying regulation to excessive levels.
3.ignoring the issue.
4.avoiding it as much as possible.
5.allowing his wife to keep channels open to African-American leaders.
2.helped pass the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
3.saw idealistic university students trying to register blacks to vote in Mississippi.
4.was marked by violence, including several murders.
3.to win enough electoral votes to deny a majority to both Nixon and Humphrey.
4.to become the broker in an election decided in the House of Representatives.
5.to form a political alliance between southern segregationists and northern working people who believed the Democrats had abandoned them.
3.was sufficiently shocking in the United States to increase disapproval of the war.
4.was technically an American victory.
5.was followed by North Vietnam's agreement to begin peace talks.
3.romantics enamored of the underdog NLF.
4.pro-Communists hoping for a North Vietnamese victory.
3.expansion of the war into Cambodia.
4.improvement of the army of South Vietnam.
3.an increase in the power of the Khmer Rouge, the Cambodian Communists.
4.a brief escalation of protest in the United States.
5.the repeal of the Tonkin Gulf Resolution.
2.was a surprise because he had been a staunch anticommunist.
3.should have been expected, given his previous statements.
5.reflected his belief that the great powers all had to get along.
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