US History 02/20 Online Test

Which of the following statements about the Monroe Doctrine is accurate?
It was announced by the President over the serious objections of Secretary of State John Quincy Adams.
It was issued simultaneously with a British policy statement on Latin America.
It stressed hat Europe and the Western Hemisphere had essentially different political systems.
It was immediately accepted as international law.
It was promptly challenged militarily by the "Concert of Europe."
"Now, a word about the whole Bible. I believe it is a master stroke of Satan to get us to doubt any portion of the Bible. If he can get us to doubt just one thing in that book, he has accomplished a great point, and it is going to be the overthrow of many a man's and woman's faith." The passage above, from the nineteenth century, expresses the viewpoint of the proponents of
fundamentalism
deism
the higher criticism
the Social Gospel
the Gospel of Wealth
Charles Lindbergh became a national hero for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
He was seen as a modest, handsome daredevil.
He made a solo flight across the Atlantic.
He advocated American leadership in world affairs.
He embodied American traditional values in the new industrialized society.
His success incorporated elements of technology and individualism.
Colonial cities functioned primarily as
mercantile centers for collecting agricultural goods and distributing imported manufactured goods
places where most poor immigrants settled and worked as independent artisans
centers where large scale financial and banking operations were conducted
places to which wage earners commuted from numerous surrounding communities
centers of light manufacturing
All of the following were objectives of W. E. B. DuBois EXCEPT
the total enfranchisement of all eligible Black citizens
the establishment of an organization to seek legal redress of Black grievances
the establishment of Black political power
cooperation with White people in obtaining Black progress
the implementation of Booker T. Washington's program for Black progress
"Article X says that every member of the League, and that means every great fighting power in the world. . .solemnly engages to respect and preserve. . .the territorial integrity and existing political independence of the other members of the League. If you do that, you have absolutely stopped ambitious and aggressive war." Woodrow Wilson's statement above was made in justification of his
decision to send troops to northern Russia and Siberia after the Bolshevik Revolution
refusal to award Fiume to the Italians
insistence on "open treaties, openly arrived at"
opposition to the resolution on racial equality put forward at the Paris peace negotiations by the Japanese delegation
refusal to accept the "reservations" proposed by Henry Cabot Lodge in the Senate debate over ratification of the Treaty of Versailles
Which of the following moved in greatest numbers into Appalachia as the American Indians of the region were defeated?
Immigrants from Sweden
Slaveholders, indentured servants, and slaves from coastal plantations
Puritans from New England
Scotts-Irish, German, and English immigrants
White immigrants from the West Indies
Henry Clay's "American System" called for all of the following EXCEPT
a tariff for the protection of industry
internal improvements at national government expense
sale of federal lands to finance higher education
greater reliance on domestic financial resources
increased trade among the sections of the nation
The growth of suburbia was vastly accelerated by the
Sheppard-Towner Act of 1921
Social Security Act of 1935
Taft-Hartley Act of 1947
Federal Highway Act of 1956
Economic Opportunity Act of 1964
During the War for Independence, the principal reason the American government sought diplomatic recognition from foreign powers was to
rally all the states behind a common cause
convince the British of the justice of the American cause
make it easier to levy taxes on the citizens of the several states
facilitate the purchase of arms and borrowing of money from other nations
allow Von Steuben, Lafayette, and other Europeans to join the American army
"The problem lay buried, unspoken, for many years in the minds of American women. It was a strange stirring, a sense of dissatisfaction, a yearning that women suffered. . .. Each suburban wife struggled with it alone. As she made the beds, shopped for groceries, matched slipcover material, ate peanut butter sandwiches with her children, chauffeured Cub Scouts and Brownies, lay beside h husband at night--she was afraid to ask even of herself the silent question--'Is this all?'" The author of the statement above most likely was
Angelina Grimke
Susan B. Anthony
Betty Friedan
Angela Davis
Phyllis Schlafly
"Reaganomics," or supply-0side economics, led to which of the following?
A decline in unemployment and poverty
Greater tax revenues than government expenditures
Large increases in the incomes of wealthy Americans
An increase in appropriations for school lunches
Lower military expenditures than during the Carter administration
In Mar bury V. Madison, the United States Supreme Court affirmed
its right to determine the constitutionality of state court decisions
its right to determine the constitutionality of state laws
its right to determine the constitutionality of congressional enactments
the sanctity of property rights against harassment by unfriendly state legislatures
the broad scope of the federal government's commerce power
Which of the following was true of the settlement-house workers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries?
They included large numbers of middle-class, college-educated women.
They devised programs that departed radically from those of English settlement houses.
They established settlement houses in middle-class environments.
They avoided political involvement.
They endeavored to suppress immigrant cultures.
Which of the following emerged during the Progressive Era as the most influential advocate of full political, economic, and social equality for Black Americans?
W. E. B. DuBois
Frederick Douglass
Booker T. Washington
Ida B. Wells
Langston Hughes
Which of the following provisions of the Compromise of 1850 provoked the most controversy in the 1850's?
The admission of California as a free state
The establishment of the principle of popular sovereignty in the Mexican cession
The ban on the slave trade in the District of Columbia
The continued protection of slavery in the District of Columbia
The strengthened Fugitive Slave Law
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