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Geography. Which capital belongs to the non- contiguous region?. Sacramento Tallahassee Honolulu Richmond. Geography. Which group of famous cities would you find in the Northeastern part of the United States?. San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit

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geography
Geography

Which capital belongs to the non-

contiguous region?

Sacramento

Tallahassee

Honolulu

Richmond

geography1
Geography

Which group of famous cities would

you find in the Northeastern part of the

United States?

San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle

Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit

New York, Boston, Pittsburgh

Atlanta, Washington D.C., New Orleans

geography2
Geography

What United States city is known for

their steel plants?

Pittsburgh

Detroit

Chicago

Philadelphia

geography3
Geography

If you were an African American in the

1920’s, where would you live in order to

have a better standard of living?

Montgomery, Alabama

Nashville, Tennessee

Boston, Massachusetts

Atlanta, Georgia

geography4
Geography

The textile industry in the United

States is associated with what area?

New England

Pacific Region

Detroit

Los Angeles

geography5
Geography

What states are located in the

southwest region of the United States?

Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire

Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico

Alaska, California, Hawaii

Maryland, Delaware, Virginia

geography6
Geography

Which group of cities is located in the

southwestern region of the United

States?

Honolulu, Juneau

Atlanta, New Orleans

San Antonio, Santa Fe

Boston, Philadelphia

westward expansion
Westward Expansion

Chief Joseph led the Nez Perce Indians

toward Canada, but finally decided he

must -

Enjoy life on a reservation

Surrender to the army

Live in Mexico

Continue to fight

westward movement
Westward Movement

After the Civil War, what two valuable

minerals were discovered in the West?

coal and silver

copper and coal

gold and coal

silver and gold

westward expansion1
Westward Expansion

What was the result of prospectors

moving to new mining sites?

Homesteads

Boom towns

Indian reservations

Ghost towns

westward expansion2
Westward Expansion

How did the invention of barbed wire and the steel

plow influence the westward movement?

It allowed people to move to more challenging environments.

It improved tobacco farming in Virginia.

It improved railroad construction.

It allowed farmers to plant more crops.

westward expansion3
Westward Expansion

Due to low rainfall on the Great Plains,

farmers adapted their techniques by

using which of the following?

Sod homes

Dry farming

Railroads

Barbed wire

westward expansion4
Westward Expansion

What form of shelter did settlers use

because of the scarcity of trees on the

Great Plains?

Teepee

Grass hut

Log cabin

Sod house

westward expansion5
Westward Expansion

What new invention allowed wheat

farmers to harvest their crops more

quickly?

Steel plow

Windmill

Barbed wire

Railroads

westward expansion6
Westward Expansion

Which best describes the features and

climate of the Great Plains?

Flatlands that rise gradually from east to west.

Land eroded by dust storms and water

Low rainfall

All of the above

westward expansion7
Westward Expansion

What reason caused people to expand

westward?

Opportunities for land ownership

Transcontinental railroad

Gold and silver

All of the above

westward expansion8
Westward Expansion

The idea of Manifest Destiny meant

what?

Native Americans had an equal claim to the lands in the west.

Slavery should be allowed in the west.

No more European colonies would be allowed in America.

The United States had the right to expand to the Pacific Ocean.

westward expansion9
Westward Expansion

The completion of the Transcontinental

Railroad in 1869 contributed to the

settlement of what region of the United

States?

Northeast

Southeast

Western Rocky Mountains

Non-contiguous

westward expansion10
Westward Expansion

What was the impact of the westward

movement on the Native Americans?

Reservations

Gold

Homestead Act

Civil War

westward expansion11
Westward Expansion

Which of the following was a provision

of the Homestead Act?

Gold

Transcontinental Railroad

160 acres of land

Cattle drives

westward expansion12
Westward Expansion

Which of the following men fought in

the Battle of Little Big Horn?

George Custer

Teddy Roosevelt

Chief Joseph

Abraham Lincoln

westward expansion13
Westward Expansion

The Transcontinental Railroad helped

to link the following?

Arctic Ocean to the Indian Ocean

Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean

Indian Ocean to the Pacific Ocean

Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean

westward expansion14
Westward Expansion

An Indian reservation is?

Hunting ground for all Americans

A national park for Indians

Land set aside for Indians

Land set aside for buffalo

westward expansion15
Westward Expansion

The Homestead Act of 1862 helped

the development of the West by?

Granting land for the construction of the transcontinental railroad

Allowing slavery to spread through the territories

Providing free land to settlers

Placing Native Americans on reservations

immigration
Immigration

In the late 1800’s, the increase for

tenement building was a direct result

of ____?

Changing roles for women during war

Rapid growth of cities due to immigrants

Westward expansion by Americans

Young children working in factories

immigration1
Immigration

Which of the following BEST describes

a tenement?

Cramped quarters on a ship

Place to go for food and shelter

A run-down apartment building

A suburb of the city

immigration2
Immigration

Hull House, a famous settlement house

in Chicago, was founded by which of

the following?

Jane Addams

Susan B. Anthony

Bessie Smith

Eleanor Roosevelt

immigration3
Immigration

During the 1800’s/ early 1900’s,

working conditions were _____?

  • Good, with an 8-hour day, good wages, and safe

conditions.

  • Okay, with high wages, and fairly safe conditions.
  • Poor, with long hours, low wages, and unsafe conditions.
  • Poor, with short hours, low wages, and safe conditions.
immigration4
Immigration

What product was most responsible for

the growth of the major industrial area

in Detroit, Michigan?

Oil industry

Textile industry

Automobile industry

Steel industry

immigration5
Immigration

After the Civil War, what city became

the center of the meat packing

industry?

Sacramento

Kansas City

Pittsburgh

Chicago

immigration6
Immigration

Which of the following is NOT a reason

immigrants came to the United States

following the Civil War?

For a new adventure

To begin an oppressive government

Hope for a better opportunity

Religious freedom

immigration7
Immigration

Alexander Graham Bell invented the -

Cotton gin

Telephone

Light bulb

Steam boat

immigration8
Immigration

Which is the correct combination?

Cotton gin - Carnegie

Telephone - Rockefeller

Lighting and Electricity - Edison

Railroads - Bell

industrialization
Industrialization

Which was NOT a result of affordable

automobiles?

Growth of cities

Greater mobility

Creation of jobs

Suburban developments

industrialization1
Industrialization

Andrew Carnegie is most associated

with -

Railroads

Steel

Mining

Oil

industrialization2
Industrialization

John D. Rockefeller formed a

monopoly in -

Steel

Railroads

Oil

Cattle

industrialization3
Industrialization

All of the following are matched

correctly EXCEPT?

John D. Rockefeller – oil

Andrew Carnegie – steel

Henry Ford – automobile

David Sarnoff - railroads

industrialization4
Industrialization

The assembly line increased?

The need for skilled workers

The quality of products while increasing costs

The quantity of products while decreasing costs

Worker safety on the job

industrialization5
Industrialization

Labor unions formed to help workers -

Work longer hours for lower pay

Child labor laws

Encourage the use of more child labor

Stop government interference in the workplace

industrialization6
Industrialization

When labor union workers protested

low pay or working conditions, they

used -

Monopolies

Child labor laws

Strikes

Trusts

industrialization7
Industrialization

The Homestead Strike of 1892 involved-

Standard Oil employees

Workers from McCormick

Carnegie’s steel workers

Pullman’s railway employees

industrialization8
Industrialization

One of the most important

improvements in transportation in the

early twentieth century was the -

Railroad

Automobile

Ships

Steam engine

industrialization9
Industrialization

Which of the following was most

responsible for the decrease in the use

of railroads for transporting goods?

Internet

Satellites

Interstate highways

telecommunications

industrialization10
Industrialization

John needs to research information about

diabetes. Which modern technology

would be the most useful?

Cell phone

Pager

Telegraph

Internet

industrialization11
Industrialization

Which of the following was

accomplished by the space program in

1970?

Put a man on the moon

Create a city on the moon

Travel to the sun

Put a man on Mars

reform movements
Reform Movements

What corrupt organizations controlled

local government in many cities during

the Progressive Era?

Muckrakers

Progressives

Political machines

Suffragists

progressive era
Progressive Era

What is Jane Addams mainly known for?

The creation of the American Federation of Labor

The work of Hull House

Her work in the women’s suffrage movement

Writing a history of the Standard Oil Company

industrialization12
Industrialization

Why did Henry Ford use the assembly line?

To increase the number of cars and decrease the price

To decrease the number of cars and increase the price

To create a wider variety of cars

To pay his employees less

industrialization13
Industrialization

The creation of stocks, corporations,

and trusts are most closely connected with -

Rise of big business

Development of the factory system

Formation of labor unions

Invention of the automobile

industrialization14
Industrialization

Who used the assembly line in the

automobile industry?

John D. Rockefeller

Andrew Carnegie

Henry Ford

J.P. Morgan

industrialization15
Industrialization

Guglielmo Marconi was the first to sent

messages using -

Radio waves

Telegraph

Telephone

Television

progressive era1
Progressive Era

Which is the best summary of the aims

of the Progressive Movement?

Cleaning up the world’s cities

Eliminating abuses like crime and alcohol

Helping new immigrants find homes

Solving the problems created by Industrialization

spanish american war
Spanish American War

Which event was the most important factor in

determining American involvement to the

Spanish-American War?

Blowing up of the USS Maine

Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand

Creation of the Rough Riders

Sinking of the Lusitania

spanish american war1
Spanish American War

Which of the following did NOT become a territory of the United States after the Spanish-American War?

Guam

Philippines

Cuba

Puerto Rico

spanish american war2
Spanish American War

From what country did Cuba want their

independence?

United States

Spain

Puerto Rico

Great Britain

spanish american war3
Spanish American War

Which of the following BEST describes

the United States after the Spanish

American War?

Dominant nation

Emerging world power

Economically dependent

Politically independent

spanish american war4
Spanish American War

The United States gained which of the

following territories as a result of the

Spanish-American War?

Puerto Rico, Cuba, Guam

Guam, Philippines, Cuba

Cuba, Puerto Rico, Philippines

Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines

spanish american war5
Spanish American War

Exaggerated news reports of events is

an example of -

Yellow Journalism

Tabloid Journalism

Muckraker Journalism

Biased Journalism

world war i
World War I

Which of the events was a major

reason the United States became involved in

World War I?

League of Nations

Sinking of the Lusitania

Archduke assassination

XYZ telegram

world war i1
World War I

The United States and its allies fought

the Central Powers in World War I. The

Allies included -

Austria-Hungary and Turkey

Britain and France

Germany and Belgium

Spain and Ottoman Empire

world war i2
World War I

Which result of World War I became a

cause of World War II?

The Versailles Treaty being unfair

The League of Nations was a success

France was divided into two countries

United States became isolationist

world war i3
World War I

Which of the following is an accurate

statement about the League of Nations?

The United States does not join the League of Nations

World peace is acquired

Germany declares war over the League of Nations

The League of Nations still exists today

world war i4
World War I

Which major nation was also allied with

Britain and France through most of

World War I?

Russia

Spain

Germany

Sweden

world war i5
World War I

Many Americans opposed joining the League

of Nations because they believed that -

Dues the United States would have to pay would be too costly.

The League of Nations would not follow a democratic policy.

The League of Nations would allow Germany to join.

This would cause the United States to become involved in another European War.

world war i6
World War I

Why was it necessary for soldiers in

World War I to wear protective masks?

Machine gun fire

Flame throwers

Mustard Gas

Bayonet

1920 s and 1930 s
1920’s and 1930’s

During the 1920’s and 1930’s, Aaron

Copeland, George Gershwin, and Duke

Ellington were all associated with -

Literature

Music

Art

Politics

1920 s
1920’s

Which invention helped speed up

production in the automobile industry?

Mail order retailing

Assembly line

Hydroelectric plant

Wireless communication

1920 s1
1920’s

The growth of organized crime was a

direct consequence of -

Increased immigration

Prohibition

Jazz Age

Civil Rights Movement

1920 s2
1920’s

Aaron Copland was responsible for -

Writing jazz music

Turning his back on American traditions

Creating classical compositions

Writing folk songs

1920 s3
1920’s

The Harlem Renaissance was a -

Fair in New York

Celebration of African American art and literature

Nightclub for African Americans

Earned African Americans the right to vote

1920 s4
1920’s

Which of the following aviators flew the

worlds first plane?

Charles Lindbergh

Wright Brothers

Amelia Earhart

Babe Ruth

reform movements1
Reform Movements

Bootleggers -

Smuggled illegal alcohol

Supported the Temperance Movement

Followed the 18th Amendment

Raided and closed speakeasies

1920 s5
1920’s

All of the following are correctly paired

EXCEPT?

Langston Hughes - artist

Bessie Smith - blues singer

Georgia O’Keefe - poet

Duke Ellington - jazz musician

1920 s6
1920’s

The artist who taught about the Great

Migration North through their paintings

was -

Langston Hughes

Georgia O’Keeffe

Jacob Lawrence

Booker T. Washington

reform movements2
Reform Movements

Which of the following is true about the

Progressive Movement in the

workplace?

Improved safety conditions

Increased working hours

Decreased workers pay

Increased child labor

reform movements3
Reform Movements

In what way did the 18th Amendment

affect Americans?

Women were granted the right to vote

Firearms were banned in public places

The sale of alcohol was banned

Congress could collect income taxes

1920 s7
1920’s

Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong

contributed to the development of what

musical movement?

Classical

Jazz

Blues

Country

reform movements4
Reform Movements

All of the following resulted from

prohibition EXCEPT?

Speakeasies

Bootlegging

c. Boomtowns

Organized Crime

reform movements5
Reform Movements

What movement wanted to amend the

Constitution to grant women the right

to vote?

Prohibition

Women’s Suffrage

Temperance Movement

Jim Crow Movement

reform movements6
Reform Movements

Which of the following supports how Susan B.

Anthony felt about women’s rights?

Women should be paid less than men

Women should have the right to vote

Women should not go to college

Women should NOT have the right to vote

reform movements7
Reform Movements

All of the following are reasons for the Great

Migration North EXCEPT?

Jobs for African Americans were scarce in the South

African Americans were facing discrimination in the South

African Americans were searching for jobs in the North

There was no discrimination in the North

1920 s8
1920’s

The Great Migration North is defined as -

African American writers, musicians, and artists gaining popularity

People moving from the cities to the suburbs

Mexicans immigrating to the United States

African Americans moved to the northern cities in search of better jobs

great depression
Great Depression

Which writer described the life of

migrant workers during the Great

Depression?

John Steinbeck

Ernest Hemingway

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Langston Hughes

great depression1
Great Depression

Which was a major feature of the New

Deal?

Social Security program

Head Start program

Homestead Act

Pure Food and Drug Act

great depression2
Great Depression

Which President is associated with the

New Deal?

Herbert Hoover

Harry Truman

Teddy Roosevelt

Franklin Roosevelt

great depression3
Great Depression

All of the following were impacts of the

Great Depression EXCEPT?

Consumers had to wait in line for food

The price of farm goods fell

Investments in business became worthless

Farmer’s income rose to higher levels

great depression4
Great Depression

In what decade did the stock market crash?

1910’s

1920’s

1940’s

1950’s

great depression5
Great Depression

The Social Security Act -

Gave benefits to elderly Americans

Is no longer in use today

Provided free meals to the homeless

Employed thousands of Americans

great depression6
Great Depression

All of the following were causes of the

Great Depression EXCEPT?

Over speculation on stocks

Failure of the Federal Reserve to prevent the banks from collapsing

High tariffs strangled international trade

Business created job assistance programs

economics
Economics

The Stock Market Crash is considered

to be the beginning of -

The Roaring Twenties

The Great Depression

The New Deal

World War II

great depression7
Great Depression

All of the following were major features

of the New Deal EXCEPT?

Environmental improvement plans

Retirement plans for the elderly

Farm assistance programs

More taxes on the poor

world war ii
World War II

Anti-Semitism is associated with -

Discrimination of Jews

Discrimination of African Americans

Discrimination of Italians

Discrimination of Germans

world war ii1
World War II

What example of propaganda got

women to go to work in factories?

Susan the Warrior

Rosie the Riveter

Truman the Conqueror

Hitler the Anti-Semitic

world war ii2
World War II

The phrase “Baby Boom” refers to

what event?

An increase in births during World War II

A large number of very young soldiers in the Army

An increase in births from the end of WWII through the 1950’s

An increase in the number of school children in the early 1930’s

world war ii3
World War II

Of the following events, which

occurred LAST?

V-E Day (Victory over Europe)

Germany invades Belgium

D-Day Invasion

V-J Day (Victory over Japan)

world war ii4
World War II

The first place occupied by Hitler

during World War II was -

France

Great Britain

Spain

Poland

world war ii5
World War II

What ended United States isolationism

and brought the nation into World

War II?

German U-boat attacks

The attack on Pearl Harbor

Beginning of Lend-Lease

The Non-Aggression Pact

world war ii6
World War II

Which of the following nations was

partially occupied by German troops?

Great Britain

United States

France

Poland

world war ii7
World War II

President Truman dropped the atomic

bombs to -

Avoid huge United States casualties

Prolong the war

Punish the Japanese

Reduce civilian deaths

world war ii8
World War II

What was Hitler’s “final solution”?

A policy requiring Jews to live in ghettos

The expulsion of Jews to Palestine

The policy of killing all Jews

The trial of Nazi leaders

world war ii9
World War II

Which event comes immediately before

the United States entered World War II?

Bombing of Pearl Harbor

Battle of Midway

D-Day

Germany invades Poland

reform movements8
Reform Movements

Whose rights did Eleanor Roosevelt

help expand?

Women of all colors

European-American men

Congress

Doctors

world war ii10
World War II

Which leader is correctly matched to

the correct form of government?

Fascism - Hitler

Communist - Roosevelt

Democratic - Tojo Hideki

Anarchism - Mussolini

world war ii11
World War II

On D-Day the Allies -

Dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima

Landed on the beaches of France

Invaded Italy

Defeated Hitler

world war ii12
World War II

Which battle was the turning point for

the United States in the Pacific War?

Pearl Harbor

Coral Sea

Midway

Guam

world war ii13
World War II

Which of the following events is

associated with the beginning of World

War II?

Bombing of Pearl Harbor

Germany invading Poland

Sinking of the Lusitania

Invasion of Normandy

world war ii14
World War II

Which group of Americans were forced

to move into internment camps?

Japanese-Americans

Chinese-Americans

German-Americans

Italian-Americans

world war ii15
World War II

Which is NOT a member of the Allies in

World War II?

France

Soviet Union

Italy

Great Britain

world war ii16
World War II

Which country was led by Adolph Hitler?

Soviet Union

Great Britain

Italy

Germany

world war ii17
World War II

Following World War II, women -

Remained in the workforce

Gained equal pay with men

Returned to family responsibilities

Gained corporate leadership

world war ii18
World War II

Which country was led by Benito

Mussolini?

Soviet Union

Great Britain

Italy

Germany

world war ii19
World War II

Which leader is NOT correctly matched

to the correct country?

Truman – United States

Roosevelt – United States

Churchill – France

Stalin – Soviet Union

world war ii20
World War II

Which of the following was leader of

ONE of the three axis Powers during

World War II?

Benito Mussolini

Winston Churchill

William King

Josef Stalin

world war ii21
World War II

What was the Holocaust?

A plan to build enough nuclear weapons to wipe out the human race

A policy of using Jewish slave labor in Germany’s wartime work camps

An attempt to break an opponent’s will to fight by heavily bombing his cities

An attempt to kill all European Jews

world war ii22
World War II

In the United States, which of the following

were the victims of the most serious

discrimination during World War II?

African Americans

German Americans

Japanese Americans

Italian Americans

world war ii23
World War II

Identify the country the United States

supplied arms under the Lend-Lease

Act?

Germany

Great Britain

Japan

Spain

world war ii24
World War II

What type of government did Japan

adopt following World War II?

Communist

Fascist

Socialist

Democratic

world war ii25
World War II

All of the following are a result of the

bombing of Pearl Harbor EXCEPT?

United States declares war on Japan

The United States Navy was destroyed

The United States dropped an atomic bomb on Japan

Japan bombs the Lusitania

world war ii26
World War II

Which of the following governments

give total power to a dictator?

Democracy

Fascism

Communism

Socialism

cold war
Cold War

After World War II, Germany was -

Partitioned into East and West Germany

Forced to pay reparations for World War II damages

An American Territory

Under total Communist domination

world war ii27
World War II

How did Americans at home help the

war effort in World War II?

By rationing resources

By fighting in Europe

By hoarding food

Going on as if nothing had happened

world war ii28
World War II

In 1945, which of the following was

established to prevent future global

wars?

Berlin Wall

Manhattan Project

United Nations

European Union

cold war1
Cold War

The main reason the United States

chose to rebuild Europe after World

War II was to -

Prevent immigration to America

Help the Soviet Union

Prevent more political instability

Punish the Allied Powers

cold war2
Cold War

After World War II, the United States

helped rebuild Europe using the -

Truman doctrine

Marshall Plan

United Nations

Nuremberg Trials

cold war3
Cold War

What event is associated with the

collapse of Communism?

Division of Korea

Vietnam War cease-fire

Destruction of the Berlin Wall

Creation of the Warsaw Pact

cold war4
Cold War

During the Cold War, the United States

policy of containment was to limit the

spread of -

Democracy

Fascism

Communism

Socialism

cold war5
Cold War

Which event spurred on the development

of the United States space program?

Achievement of Charles Lindbergh

The computerization of banking

Development of nuclear power

Soviet launching of Sputnik

cold war6
Cold War

Which of the following occurred during

the Cuban Missile Crisis?

Soviet Union placed missiles in Cuba

North Vietnam placed missiles in Cuba

United States placed missiles in Cuba

Great Britain placed missiles in Cuba

cold war7
Cold War

The term Cold War means -

  • Tension between the United States and the USSR
  • Combat between the United States and the USSR
  • Combat in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions
  • Tension between England and the

United States

cold war8
Cold War

The Cold War ended with the-

Destruction on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Break up of the Soviet Union into independent countries

Return of the United States to an isolationist country

Spread of communism into Europe and Asia

cold war9
Cold War

During the Cuban Missile Crisis, the United

States responded to Soviet missiles in Cuba

by -

Invading Cuba

Attacking the Soviet Union

Imposing a blockade around Cuba

Negotiating a treaty with the Soviet Union

cold war10
Cold War

East and West Germany were reunited by -

Cuban Missile Crisis

Bay of Pigs

Communism spread to West Germany

Destruction of the Berlin Wall

cold war11
Cold War

The “Domino Theory” predicted -

The Berlin Wall would fall

Communism would spread

Soviets would build missiles

Democracy would spread

cold war12
Cold War

All of the following are major conflicts

during the Cold War EXCEPT?

Korean War

Vietnam War

Cuban Missile Crisis

Destruction of the Berlin Wall

vietnam
Vietnam

The United States went to war in

Vietnam in order to stop the spread of -

Fascism

Communism

Socialism

Federalism

vietnam1
Vietnam

United States involvement in the

Vietnam War ended in a -

South Vietnamese victory

Cease-fire agreement

North Vietnamese victory

United States victory

korean war
Korean War

Which statement best describes the

outcome of the Korean Conflict?

North Korea won

South Korea won

The conflict ended in a stalemate

The conflict reunited Korea

civil rights movement
Civil Rights Movement

Which leader most influenced African

Americans to stand up against

discrimination and demand equality?

Booker T. Washington

John W. Brown

Plessy V. Ferguson

W.E.B. DuBois

civil rights movement1
Civil Rights Movement

How did Booker T. Washington’s ideas differ

from W.E.B. DuBois?

Washington wanted African Americans to demand equal rights.

Washington only wanted equal voting rights for African Americans.

Washington was strongly against job education for African Americans.

Washington believed equality could be achieved through education.

civil rights movement2
Civil Rights Movement

“I have a dream that one day, out in the red hills

of Georgia, sons of former slaves…will be able to

sit down together at the table of brotherhood.”

Dr. King’s message is that slavery should end.

Dr. King’s message is that Americans should dream.

Dr. King’s message is that Racial discrimination must end.

Dr. King’s message is that Racial discrimination will never end.

civil rights movement3
Civil Rights Movement

If a golf course refused to allow African Americans

to play, which action would Martin Luther King Jr.

most likely have approved?

Burn the golf course down

Quit playing golf and take up another sport

A sit-in protest at the golf course

Physically attack the golf course’s owner

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Civil Rights Movement

The Montgomery bus boycott was a

direct result of -

Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.

Increase in bus fared in Montgomery

Rosa Park’s refusal to move to the back of the bus

Unsafe bus transportation

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Civil Rights Movement

Which of the following Supreme Court

cases ruled that segregated schools

were unequal and unconstitutional?

Plessy vs. Ferguson

Brown vs. Board of Education

Marbury vs. Madison

Miranda vs. Arizona

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Civil Rights Movement

African-Americans were forced to ride

in separate railroad cars. This was an

example of -

Jim Crow Laws

Anti-lynching Laws

Southern Railroad Act

Homestead Act

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Civil Rights Movement

The main purpose of the Jim Crow laws

was to -

Encourage black and white citizens to help each other

Encourage boycotts

Encourage the growth of black-owned businesses

Encourage the separation of blacks and whites

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Reform Movements

Which piece of legislation enabled

many Americans, who could not have

otherwise afforded to do so, to attend

college?

Education Act of 1964

G.I. Bill of Rights

Tax Reform Act of 1981

Twenty-First Amendment

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Reform Movements

When was it no longer surprising to see

women working as coal miners, police

officers, doctors, television newscasters,

and astronauts?

1920’s

1930’s

1970’s

1870’s

economics1
Economics

After World War II, how did Americans

purchase cars and other costly items

they could never before afford?

Credit

Layaway

Barter

Trade

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Economics

What types of goods were more

factories producing after 1945?

War materials

Consumer products

Military uniforms

Tanks

technology
Technology

What impact do the newest

technologies have on American life?

Increased travel for business and pleasure

Greater access to news and information

Greater access to heating and air- conditioning

All of the above

technology1
Technology

Which of the following is associated as

a newer technology?

Internet

Space exploration

Jets

All of the above

technology2
Technology

What has been one result of technological

change since 1990?

Cheaper and faster forms of communication

More cultural differences among the nations of the world

More traffic accidents as driving becomes increasingly unsafe

Increased likelihood of a nuclear war