American History. 2013 Semester Exam Study Guide. America’s Founding Documents. What are the age, citizenship, and residency requirements to be a U.S. Senator? How often are elections?. 30 years old Citizen for 9 years Resident of the state you are representing 6 years.
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2013 Semester Exam
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What was the attitude of management, state governments, the federal government, and the courts towards the industrial working class and labor unrest?
What new structure of municipal government was developed in an attempt to reduce corruption in government and put more power back into the hands of citizens?
What Constitutional Amendment was added with the goal of reducing corruption in the Federal government and giving power back to the citizens?
What is the name of the position in a council manager system of city government for the person who handles the day to day operations of the city’s services?
What is the process by which citizens can vote directly to approve or reject a law passed by the state legislature by collecting signatures on a petition to put the law on the ballot?
What 1896 Supreme Court case upheld the legality of Jim Crow Laws and paralyzed African American’s attempts at civil rights until the 1960’s?
Which country actively encouraged anti-German feelings in the U.S and was our only source of information about the events in Europe after the war began?
What finally prompted President Woodrow Wilson to break from the policy of neutrality and ask Congress for a declaration of war against Germany?
Aside from the modern military technology, how did commanding officers on both sides of the conflict contribute to the high number of casualties?