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a. Was published shortly after the landslide victory of Franklin D. Roosevelt in the presidential election of 1936 b. Reflected efforts of Franklin D. Roosevelt to submit all legislation to the Supreme Court for an opinion on its constitutionality c. Was published immediately after the Supreme Court decided in Franklin Roosevelt's favor in the electoral dispute with Herbert Hoover after the 1932 presidential election d. Reflected the unanimity in Congress after the attack on Pearl Harbor e. Preceded Franklin Roosevelt's largest political victory during his second term in office Question 2

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"…It is not true that the United States feels any land hunger or entertains any projects as regards to the other nations of the Western Hemisphere save such as are for their welfare… Chronic wrongdoing, or an impotence which results in a general loosening of the ties of civilized society, may in America, as elsewhere, ultimately require intervention by some civilized nation, and in the Western Hemisphere…may force the United States...to the exercise of an international police power." The statement above is: Select one:

a. William McKinley's rationale for war with Spain
b. Theodore Roosevelt's corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
c. William Howard Taft's policy of dollar diplomacy in Latin America d. Woodrow Wilson's rationale for intervention in Mexico
e. Franklin D. Roosevelt's Good Neighbor policy
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Which of the following is evidence that many of the laws of the 1960's reflected the ideals and goals of the New Deal? Select one:
a. Social Security
b. Meat Inspection Act
c. Voting Rights Act
d. Medicare
e. Civil Rights Act
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"The truth of the matter is that Europe's requirements for the next three or four years of foreign food and other essential products--principally from America--are so much greater than her present ability to pay that she must have substantial additional help or face economic, social, and political deterioration of a very grave character… Our policy is directed not against any country or doctrine but against hunger, poverty, desperation, and chaos." Despite the claims of the individual who gave the speech above, it is clear that his proposal was directed against: Select one:

a. Germany (1919)
b. England (1925)
c. Japan (1931)
d. USSR (1947)
e. Austria-Hungary (1914)
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Which of the following African-American leaders would have not backed the goals and tactics of the 1963 March on Washington? Select one:
a. W.E.B. DuBois
b. A. Philip Randolph
c. Frederick Douglass
d. Walter White
e. Marcus Garvey
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"Marriage and motherhood have always been the number-one career choice of the large majority of women. Are they still a viable career for the modern woman? Do they represent servitude of fulfillment? Are they, as the women's liberation movement would have us believe, an anachronism from a bygone era, the institutionalized serfdom (or 'legalized prostitution') from which women must be freed if they are to find their own identity and self-fulfillment? …The women liberationists look upon marriage as an institution of dirty dishes and dirty diapers…If marriage is to be a successful institution, it must…have an ultimate decision maker, and that is the husband." This quotation from "The Power of the Positive Woman," was written during which of the following decades? Select one:

a. 1890-1900
b. 1910-1920
c. 1930-1940
d. 1950-1960
e. 1970-1980
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Which of the following would support the 2001 Patriot Act?
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a. Oliver Wendell...
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