1. Which of the following would have supported the actions shown in this cartoon during Reconstruction? (number 1) -Radical Republicans
-Ku Klux Klan
-Freedmen's Bureau (not the answer)
2. Which statement highlights the difficulties faced by those working on the Panama Canal? (number 2) -Workers had to clear and level mountains so that the entire length of the canal would be at sea level -The treaty allowed only Americans and Panamanians to work at the site, resulting in a severe worker shortage. -Workers had to dig out tons of earth in rugged, jungle-filled terrain under hot, tropical conditions -Because there were no railroads in Panama, railroads had to be built first in order to move workers and equipment to the site (not the answer)
3. What does the cartoonist imply about political bosses and the issue of women's suffrage? (number 3) -Political bosses were against women's suffrage because they feared women might use their votes to end corruption. -Political bosses were against women's suffrage because they knew that most women wanted the right to vote (not the answer) -Political bosses favored women's suffrage because it would provide more votes for the political machine to control. -Political bosses were favored women's suffrage because they would control women's votes
4. To which of the following is the excerpt above linked? (number 7) -the Jazz Age
-the Lost Generation (not the answer)
-the Harlem Renaissance
5. How did DuBois's beliefs about achieving equality, as reflected in this quotation, differ from those of Booker T. Washington? (number 8) -DuBois believed that trade colleges such as the Tuskegee Institute would bring about equality; Washington believed that a liberal arts education would bring about equality. -DuBois believed that education and vocational training would bring about equality; Washington believed that the work of the NAACP would bring about equality. (not the answer) -DuBois believed that a liberal arts education would bring about equality; Washington believed that those trained by the Niagara Movement would bring about equality. -DuBois believed that gifted African American leaders would bring about equality; Washington believed that education and vocational training would bring about equality
6. How did these laws limit the 13th Amendment? (number 9)
-Most former slaves had no skills other than working on the plantations and these laws made it possible for African Americans to keep working on the farms -Most former slaves were unruly and violent toward their former masters and these laws prevented white citizens from being harmed. (not the answer) -Most former slaves wanted to continue to work for their masters and these laws prevented them from continuing to work in areas in which they were most skilled -Most former slaves had no employment and these laws made it possible to keep African Americans in a cycle of slavery by imprisoning them for being jobless.
7. Which statement describes the influence of Social Darwinism on imperialism? (Number 12) - Nations that remain isolated will be the most unified and most fit to survive - Nations must acquire new territories and become world powers in order to survive. - Nations that acquire new territories will be defeated as other powers join forces against them.
- Nations that acquire new territories will grow and change and eventually lose their founding principles.
8. What did the settlement house movement do? 13
-tore down old, overcrowded, multi-family tenements
-provided community centers to support city dwellers
-allowed other countries to build housing for new immigrants -helped people move to the suburbs to escape unsafe conditions
9. Which of the following completes the diagram? 14
-Rise and Growth of Railroads
-Rise and Growth of Labor Unions
-Effects of Vertical Integration
-Effects of Interstate Commerce Act
10. In what way was Marcus Garvey's...
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