I have a 61 question History 101 exam that I am not prepared for.

I have a 61 question exam in my history 101 course that I am not prepared for. Can you answer the questions for me??

Question 1

1.  

The 1904 Roosevelt Corollary:

Answer

Was invalidated by the Supreme Court

Stated that neighboring countries had to become democracies

Was created as a result of the crisis in CUBA

Stated that the US had a right to intervene in the affairs of neighboring countries

1 points  

Question 2

1.  

When the war (WWI) erupted in Europe in 1914, President Wilson:

Answer

Asked the American public to remain neutral

Offered military support to only England

Declared that the Triple Alliance must be defeated

Sent secret agents to

France

to spy

1 points  

Question 3

1.  

In March 1917, the United States moved closer to entering the Great War after:

Answer

The czarist government in Russia was overthrown in a revolution

Russian communists agree to help the British

Russia asked the United States to convene peace talks

A German offensive successfully captured Moscow and Czar Nicholas

1 points  

Question 4

1.  

What event triggered the beginning of World War I in Europe?

Answer

The land conflict between Russia and Serbia

The assassination of ARch-duke Franz Ferdinand

The treat agreement between Russia and France

The secret alliance system

1 points  

Question 5

1.  

All of the following were causes that led the US to join the fight in WWI EXCEPT:

Answer

Zimmerman Telegram was discovered

Ships, like the Lusitania were sunk by German u-boats

A broken treaty with Germany

Trade agreements with France and the British increased our concern with the outcome of the war

1 points  

Question 6

1.  

Who created the Committee on Public Information and what was its purpose?

Answer

George Creel controlled the propaganda during WWI

Teddy Roosevelt

returned to politics to create anti-Germany war posters

Woodrow Wilson created this committee to support his 1916 campaign

John Pershing led this committee to support war bonds in the Midwest

1 points  

Question 7

1.  

What was the name of Wilson’s peace plan? What was the plan that ended World War I?

Answer

Paris Peace Plan and the 21 points

14 points and the Treaty of Versailles

10 points for Peace and the Treaty of Marsailles

None of the above

1 points  

Question 8

1.  

Who was the leader of the UNITED NEGRO IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION?

Answer

Jean Toomer

Langston Hughes

Marcus Garvey

W. E. B. Dubois

1 points  

Question 9

1.  

During World War I, the GREAT MIGRATION in the US referred to:

Answer

War refugees from Europe moving to the United States

Immigrants from Mexico moving to the East Coast of the US

Rural white women moving to the far west

Rural southern Blacks moving to the northern industrial cities

1 points  

Question 10

1.  

In the 1920s, the FLAPPER lifestyle:

Answer

Had a particular impact on lower middle class and single women

Was evidence that women were losing their morality

Was evidence that women would no longer desire to marry

Was only a clothing fad

1 points  

Question 11

1.  

In THE GREAT GATSBY (1925),

F. Scott Fitzgerald

:

Answer

GLorified wealthy Americans for their hard work in their success

Ridiculed the hypocritical beliefs of Southern Baptists

Satirized the American political system

Criticized the American obsession with material wealth

1 points  

Question 12

1.  

Who was the poineer of the American birth control movement?

Answer

Helen Keller

Margaret Sanger

Dorothea Dix

Jane Addams

1 points  

Question 13

1.  

All of the following are authors and/or poets from the HARLEM RENAISSANCE–EXCEPT FOR:

Answer

Jean Toomer

Langston Hughes

Toni Morrison

Zora Neal Hurston

1 points  

Question 14

1.  

What do the spread of the KKK, Prohibition, and the Scopes Trial all have in common? HINT: what is going on in the 1920s and how are people reacting?

Answer

Fear of change

Fear of immigrants

Fear of African Americans

All of the above

1 points  

Question 15

1.  

The 18th Amendment:

Answer

All of the above

Made alcohol illegal

Was supported mainly by women

was violated by thousands of bootleggers

1 points  

Question 16

1.  

ALl of the following were causes of the Great Depression EXCEPT for:

Answer

Lack of regulation in the banking industry

Stock market speculation

Lack of housing in the construction market

Unpaid debts from the European countries (WWI loans)

1 points  

Question 17

1.  

What did Americans (angry at the government) call shanty towns built by the unemployed on the outskirts of cities?

Answer

Shantyvilles

Poverty towns

Hoover Towns

Hoovervilles

1 points  

Question 18

1.  

What was the Great Plains region called during the drought of the 1930s?

Answer

Dust Range

Iron Range

Dust Bowl

Dry Range

1 points  

Question 19

1.  

What did President Hoover order in response to the Bonus Army protest? What was the consequence of this order?

Answer

Bonus payments to help impoverished people to eat in the Great Depression

The Third Cavalry forced protesters to leave causing over 100 injuries

Food payments that saved the lives of 100s of army veterans

Protesters were given temporary shelter during the winter

1 points  

Question 20

1.  

The 1931 Scottsboro court case saw:

Answer

None of the above

Black teenagers accused of rape by two white women

A Georgia jury convict three white boys of murder

Eight of the convicted youths executed for their crime

1 points  

Question 21

1.  

The Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) of 1933:

Answer

All of the above

Sought to raise crop prices by paying farmers not to plant

Set minimum prices for retailers selling farm products

Provided farmers with free seed and fertilizer

1 points  

Question 22

1.  

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:

Answer

All of the above

Offered depositors assurance that their funds would be protected

Attempted to win back the support of the American public

Did not affect the majority of American banks hit by the Depression

1 points  

Question 23

1.  

The Works Progress Administration provided federal assistance to :

Answer

All of the above

Writers and artists

Actors

Historians

1 points  

Question 24

1.  

All of the following statements about the INDIAN REORGANIZATION ACT are correct EXCEPT FOR:

Answer

John Collier enforced the act for President Roosevelt

The act encouraged American Indians to return to tribal customs

The act helped American Indians regain many lands lost to them

The Act ended up cutting federal aid to many reservations during the Great Depression

1 points  

Question 25

1.  

Franklin D. Roosevelt

was the only US PRESIDENT:

Answer

Elected four times by the American people

Elected three times by the American people

Who died in office

Who led the country in two world wars

1 points  

Question 26

1.  

The 21st Amendment repealed what earlier Amendment and ended what?

Answer

None of the above

Repealed Prohibition (18th Amendment)

Repealed voting restrictions (15 Amendment)

Repealed the voting age (19th Amendment)

1 points  

Question 27

1.  

What program created jobs, electricity for the South and a dam?

Answer

National Industrial Recovery Act

Tennessee Valley Authority

Federal Emergency Relief Adminstration

Civil Works Administration

1 points  

Question 28

1.  

What program created jobs for urban, young men so they would work in rural settings building roads, bridges and parks?

Answer

National Industrial Recoverty Act

Tennessee Valley AUthority

Civilian Conservation Corps

Federal Emergency Relief Administration

1 points  

Question 29

1.  

What country invaded Manchuria in 1931 and later expanded throughout Asia?

Answer

None of the above

China and we started a new pact with japan

Japan and we started an oil embargo

Russia and we facilitated the Nazi Soviet Pact

1 points  

Question 30

1.  

After Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia, England and France promised to assist WHAT COUNTRY if Hitler invaded them next (oh, and of course he did….)

Answer

France

Belgium

Poland

Italy

1 points  

Question 31

1.  

The

Lend Lease

Act:

Answer

Allowed the United States to essentially give weapons to the British

Charged interest on any weapon loaned to the British and French

Was rejected by the Senate

Saw England call for American bases to be built in their country

1 points  

Question 32

1.  

By 1940, NAZI expansion into Europe included the defeat of:

Answer

Poland

Belgium

France

All of the above

1 points  

Question 33

1.  

All of the following statements about PEARL HARBOR are true EXCEPT FOR:

Answer

The state department believed Japan to be a strong ally at the time

American aircraft carriers were removed before the attack

Japanese suffered few casualties in the attack

Americans were shocked that anyone could attack the US

1 points  

Question 34

1.  

Unlike the trench warfare of WWI, what was the NAZI’s new STYLE OF WARFARE called?

Answer

Blitzkrieg

Munich March

Berlin Attack

Lend Lease

1 points  

Question 35

1.  

All of the following NEW technologies aided our success in WORLD WAR II EXCEPT FOR:

Answer

Aircraft carriers

Atomic Bomb

Poisonous Gas

Aircraft bombing

1 points  

Question 36

1.  

The BATTLE OF MIDWAY in 1942:

Answer

All of the above

Saw the United States suffer great loses

Was a stunning defeat of the Japanese navy

Was a turning point in the war of the Pacific

1 points  

Question 37

1.  

In regards to European Jewish refugees (1939-1945), the United States

Answer

Refused to accept Jewish refugees

Agreed to take several thousands of Jewish children

Made efforts to help refugees escape the Nazi death camps

Was working out a deal with the Russians to help them

1 points  

Question 38

1.  

The end of the GREAT DEPRESSION came:

Answer

Right before World War II

During the Roosevelt era due to the New Deal programs

During World War II due to war time spending

Never came; we are still in it

1 points  

Question 39

1.  

In 1943, the ZOOT SUIT RIOTS in Los Angeles:

Answer

All of the above

Resulted from tensions between Black and Mexican American gangs

Illustrated the respect that servicemen had for all racial and ethnic groups

Led to a city-wide ban on wearing Zoot Suits

1 points  

Question 40

1.  

The American public contributed to the war effort by:

Answer

All of the above

Buying war bonds

Recycled matals and rubber (like a kid’s bike!)

Used their ration booklets

1 points  

Question 41

1.  

What was EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066 and what impact did it have on Japanese and Japanese Americans living on the West Coast?

Answer

All of the above

Ended immigration into the US during WWII to protect the current Japanese residents

Sent Japanese Americans to internment camps for “security purposes”

Sent Japanese Americans back to Japan for “security purposes”

1 points  

Question 42

1.  

In World War II, all of the following are true EXCEPT

Answer

African Americans fought in separate units

Japanese Americans fought in separate units

Mexican Americans fought in separate units

Women did not fight in combat

1 points  

Question 43

1.  

What was the MANHATTAN PROJECT?

Answer

Creation of the first aircraft carrier

Creation of the Atomic Bomb

Creation of nuclear missiles

Creation of underwater sonar

1 points  

Question 44

1.  

All of the following statements about the end of World War II are true EXCEPT FOR:

Answer

The United States dropped two atomic bombs on Japan

The Japanese were only bombed after they had created an alliance with the Soviet Union

The bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki because the Emperor of Japan refused to surrender without condition

The bombs were dropped as a message about American power to the Soviet Union

1 points  

Question 45

1.  

Match the correct answer for each of the following terms

Answer

THE GRAPES OF WRATH

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Red Scare

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Consumerism in the 1920s

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Pershing

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Social Security

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Dawes Plan

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Rosie the Rivoter

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Sacco and Vanzetti

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African Americans

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Normandy Invasion

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Bootlegging

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Eugene Debs

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SEC

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Tariffs Raised

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Repatriation

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Answer

a.

Term used to describe women working in factories during World War II

b.

Hoover created this tax on imports and further hurt the US economy

c.

Illegal smuggling and sale of alcohol during Prohibition

d.

New Deal program to create restrictions on stock market trade

e.

General who was sent to find

Pancho Villa

during the Mexican Revolution (and he failed)

f.

The last hired in the 1920s and the first fired during the Great Depression

g.

New Deal plan for unemployment insurance to create a safety net for the elderly

h.

Fear of communism in the 1920s; this led the government to attack unions

i.

Plan to deport Mexicans (and Mexican Americans) during the Great Depression

j.

Steinbeck’s novel illustrating the struggles of the OKIES during the Great Depression

k.

Government funds sent to Europe to stablize the post WWI economies of European countries

l.

Two Italian immigrants suspiciously convicted of murder and executed

m.

Socialist leader who was sent to prison for making an anti-war speech (during World War I)

n.

World War II allied invasion into France

o.

Post-World War I spending boom includes the use of credit

30 points  

Question 46

1.  

What are some goals or justifications for imperialism?

Answer

Expansion into Africa for new trade markets and world power

  Expansion into South America for better relationships with countries

  Expansion to model powerhouse Russia for money and world power

Expand into the Pacific for new trade markets and world power

1 points  

Question 47

1.  

Later evidence related to the explosion that sank the USS MAINE suggested that the likely cause was:

Answer

An accident in the engine room

A bomb planted by the Spanish

A terrorist action

Someone’s cigarette in the bomb storage area

1 points  

Question 48

1.  

We went to war with Spain for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:

Answer

The outcry over the explosion of the USS Maine

The support of Cuban nationalists

The need to support France over Spain for new trade markets

McKinley was embarassed by the de Lome letter

1 points  

Question 49

1.  

What did Hay’s Open Door Notes ask for?

Answer

All of the above

New routes to China

Equal access to trade with Japan

Equal access to trade with China

1 points  

Question 50

1.  

The theory that naval development was the key to world power was developed and promoted by:

Answer

Teddy Roosevelt

Alfred Thayer Mahan

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Douglass Mac Arthur

1 points  

Question 51

1.  

The Filipino Revolt was led by:

Answer

Emiolio Cruz

Penelope Cruz

Emiliano Aguinaldo

Pancho Villa

1 points  

Question 52

1.  

Samuel Clemens was:

Answer

All of the above

Famous novelist Mark Twain

An anti-imperialist

An outspoken critic of the Moro Massacre by the American troops

2 points  

Question 53

1.  

Sometimes, though, there is a ghostly rumble among the drums, an asthmatic whisper in the trombones that swings me back into the early twenties when we drank wood alcohol and every day in every way grew better and better….”
Who is the author of this quote (from the 
Voices
document)?

Answer

Langston Hughes

Rose Chernin

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Nate Cobb

2 points  

Question 54

1.  

In Bartolomeo Vanzetti’s document he:

Answer

Described hyow he was unfairly accused of a train robbery

Admitted that he had committed several crimes that he was not accused of doing

Explained that he had never stolen, killed, or even “spilled blood” of anyone in his life

Encouraged anarchists to “seize the moment” and change history

2 points  

Question 55

1.  

“Sister got sick

And the Doctor wouldn’t come

Cause we couldn’t pay him

The proper sum…”

Who is the author? (
Voices
document)

Answer

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Langston Hughes

Helen Keller

John Steinbeck

2 points  

Question 56

1.  

Mary Licht wrote about the Scottsboro defense. All of the following statements are true about this incident, EXCEPT:

Answer

Eight of the Scottsboro boys were sentenced to death

This case illustrated the injustices suffered by African Americans in the “legal” system

The boys were accused of armed robbery and the murder of the paymaster

The communist party demanded justice for the boys and supported their legal fight

2 points  

Question 57

1.  

“For about twenty years after the war, I couldn’t look at any film on World War II…I hated to see how they glorified war.”
Who is the author? (see 
Voices
documents)

Answer

Gene Larocque

Richard Wright

Yuri Kochiyama

Paul Fussell

2 points  

Question 58

1.  

According to Richard Wright, the conditions in the North for African Americans:

Answer

All of the above

Include segregation on trains, but not streetcars or housing complexes

Offer the opportunity to go to the best schools available

Can be described as being surrounded in a “world of things”

2 points  

Question 59

1.  

“They took those who were leaders of the community, or Japanese school teachers, or were teaching martial arts, or were Buddhist priests. Those categories which would make them very ‘Japanesesy’ were picked up.”
Who is the author? (see
Voices
documents)

Answer

Yuri Kochiyama

Yamaoka Michiko

Gene Laroque

Pete Seeger

2 points  

Question 60

1.  

The author of this Voices document was almost killed by the atomic bomb:

Answer

Rose Chernin

Yuri Kochiyama

Yamaoka Michiko

Paul Fussell

2 points  

Question 61

1.  

All of the following were great writers of the 1920s-30s EXCEPT:

Answer

Langston Hughes

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Toni Morrison

John Steinbeck

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