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  1. Unit 4 Jeopardy

  2. America Saves the Day Round 1 Depression & New Deal Cold War Kids Duck And Cover America Saves the Day Round 2 Gangstas & Flappers 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 5

  3. WWI1 The government increased control of the economy during World War I by a. filing a record number of antitrust suits. b. enacting price controls and rationing. c. overseeing war-related production. d. forbidding any unions to strike. Check Your Answer

  4. c. overseeing war-related production WWI 2 Back to the Game Board

  5. WWI for 2 What did Russia’s exit from World War I cause? a. was a French diplomatic success. b. gave Americans the Allied leadership role. c. made Germany weaker. d. it increased the pressure on the Allies. . Check Your Answer

  6. WWI for 2 d. it increased the pressure on the Allies. Back to the Game Board

  7. WWI for 3 German submarines aimed to attack ships that were carrying a. weapons to the Allies. b. passengers to the United States. c. food to the Central Powers. d. oil to Mexico. Check Your Answer

  8. a. weapons to the Allies. WWI for 3 Back to the Game Board

  9. WWI for 4 The German U-boat changed the rules of naval warfare because it a. attacked only in the summer. b. remained hidden and fired without warning. c. avoided merchant ships. d. surfaced before firing its torpedoes. Check Your Answer

  10. WWI for 4 b. remained hidden and fired without warning. . Back to the Game Board

  11. WWI for 5 Fears of spies and sabotage in the United States during World War I led to a. restrictions on immigration. b. discrimination and violence toward Germans. c. repression of free speech. d. all of the above. Check Your Answer

  12. WWI for 5 d. all of the above. Back to the Game Board

  13. 20s for 1 Which best describes the Great Migration? a. the increase in European immigration during World War I b. the movement of African Americans to northern cities c. the movement of women into jobs formerly held by men d. the progress of Allied troops across France Check Your Answer

  14. 20s for b. the movement of African Americans to northern cities Back to the Game Board

  15. 20s for 2 One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920s was a. people spent more money than they had using credit. b. underproduction of consumer goods. c. an increase in personal savings. d. the collapse of large corporations. Check Your Answer

  16. 20s for 2 a. people spent more money than they had using credit. Back to the Game Board

  17. 20s for 3 Uneven prosperity, personal debt, and overproduction were all warning signs of an unsound economy. Another danger sign was a. welfare capitalism. b. frequent strikes by unions. c. isolationism. d. stock market speculation. Check Your Answer

  18. 20s for 3 d. stock market speculation. Back to the Game Board

  19. 20s for 4 Flappers danced the Charleston, a new dance that embodied the spirit of a. the Harlem Renaissance. b. the Jazz Age. c. the Lost Generation. d. Prohibition. Check Your Answer

  20. 20s for 4 b. the Jazz Age. Back to the Game Board

  21. 20s for 5 Why did many Americans fear Vladimir I. Lenin and his followers, the Bolsheviks? a. They promoted a system that was hostile to American values. b. They refused to pay back Russia’s war debts. c. They had abolished the Russian monarchy. d. They encouraged other nations to reject socialism. Check Your Answer

  22. 20s for 5 a. They promoted a system that was hostile to American values. Back to the Game Board

  23. DND for 1 Many Republicans criticized the New Deal for a. going too far in its attempts to reform the economy. b. not doing enough to address the nation’s ills. c. failing to address unemployment. d. trying to put an end to the unequal distribution of wealth. Check Your Answer

  24. DND for 1 a. going too far in its attempts to reform the economy Back to the Game Board

  25. DND for 2 A worker wanting to organize a union would have been most excited about which of the following? a. the Tennessee Valley Authority c. the Neutrality Act b. the Wagner Act d. the court-packing fiasco Check Your Answer

  26. DND for 2 b. the Wagner Act Back to the Game Board

  27. DND for 3 The collapse of the American economic system in the 1930s a. affected only the German economy. b. boosted American investment in Europe. c. led to a worldwide depression. d. increased demand for American-made goods. Check Your Answer

  28. DND for 3 c. led to a worldwide depression. Back to the Game Board

  29. DND for 4 The United States began to emerge from the depression as a result of a. freezing rents and prices. b. producing goods for the Allied forces. c. increasing production of consumer goods. d. allocating raw materials. Check Your Answer

  30. DND for 4 b. producing goods for the Allied forces. Back to the Game Board

  31. DND for 5 A fundamental disagreement between the candidates in the 1932 presidential election concerned whether or not a. the Depression existed. b. the federal government should try to fix people’s problems. c. Americans should offer aid to European economies. d. any relief efforts were necessary to ease the economic crisis. Check Your Answer

  32. DND for 5 b. the federal government should try to fix people’s problems. Who were the 2 candidates in that election? Back to the Game Board

  33. WWII for 1 The complicated Allied invasion to take Europe back from the Axis Powers began a. on D-Day. b. at the Battle of the Bulge. c. in Rome. d. in the Soviet Union. Check Your Answer

  34. WWII for 1 a. on D-Day. Back to the Game Board

  35. WWII for 2 After the United States dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a. the Soviet Union allied itself with Japan. b. the League of Nations was created to end global war. c. the Allied powers divided Japan into peace-keeping zones. d. Japan accepted American terms for surrender. Check Your Answer

  36. WWII for 2 d. Japan accepted American terms for surrender. Back to the Game Board

  37. WWII for 3 Instead of making cars, the Ford Motor Company converted to making ____________ during World War 2. a. warships. b. artillery. c. bombers. d. trucks. CheckYourAnswer

  38. WWII for 3 c. bombers Back to the Game Board

  39. WWII for 4 Through their island-hopping strategy, the Allies put themselves in a position to a. bomb Japan. b. win the Battle of the Coral Sea. c. retake Pearl Harbor. d. defend China. Check Your Answer

  40. WWII for 4 a. bomb Japan. Back to the Game Board

  41. WWII for 5 Why was the Battle of Midway considered a turning point in World War II? a. It prompted Hitler to commit suicide. c. It turned the tide of the war in the Pacific in the US’ favor. b. It enabled the Allies to finally open a second frong in Western Europe. d. It gave Japan the upper hand, but only briefly. Check Your Answer

  42. WWII for 5 c. It turned the tide of the war in the Pacific in the US’ favor. . Back to the Game Board

  43. Duck for 1 What was one goal of the Marshall Plan? a. to help the United States buy its way into European affairs b. to create stable democracies that could resist communism c. to develop strong trading partners in Asia d. to force the Soviet Union to allow more emigration Check Your Answer

  44. Duck 1 b. to create stable democracies that could resist communism Back to the Game Board

  45. Duck for 2 At the Yalta conference, Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin decided to a. keep the Soviet Union out of the war with Japan. b. divide the defeated Germany into four sectors—American, British, French, and Soviet. c. rearm Germany as soon as possible. d. set up a world organization that would share knowledge of atomic weapons. Check Your Answer

  46. Duck for 2 b. divide the defeated Germany into four sectors—American, British, French, and Soviet. Back to the Game Board

  47. Duck for 3 What did President Truman promise in the Truman Doctrine? a. to support nations trying to resist Soviet control. b. to fight hunger anywhere in the world. c. to enforce the American foreign policy of brinkmanship. d. to reject the former policy of containment. . . Check Your Answer

  48. Duck for 3 a. to support nations trying to resist Soviet control. Back to the Game Board

  49. Duck for 4 The term “Cold War” refers to a. the distrust between the US and USSR that many feared would lead to actual war in the years following WWII. c. the war fought between North and South Korea. b. the war fought in Germany after WWII between Communists and Democrats. d. the war fought between the US and China following the Chinese Revolution. Check Your Answer

  50. Duck for 4 a. the distrust between the US and USSR that many feared would lead to actual war in the years following WWII. Back to the Game Board