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Title: Jeopardy


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Propoganda/liberties (Nia Jenkins)
Preparing for Peace (Trinity Carter)
Wilsons moral diplomacy (Jade Allen)
Road To War (Tim Clark)
Wartime Reforms (Cameron)
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What former presidential candidate and socialist
was imprisoned for making an anti-war speech?
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Eugene V. Debs
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In April 1917, what organization did Wilson
create? Headed by journalist George Creel.
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Committee on Public Information (CPI)
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What famous supreme court case upheld the
constitutionality of the Espionage act?
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Schenck v. United States
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In May 1918, Congress passed the ______ ______,
which made say something (made discouraging the
purchase of war bonds a crime)
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Sedition Act
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Which act did Wilson sign that contradicted his
constant defense of free speech? (Act imposed
fines and jail time on persons convicted for
aiding the enemy or obstructing recruiting)
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Espionage Act
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As marking the beginning of peace between
nations, when did all the fighting and battling
end?
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November 11, 1918
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Name three things president Wilsons Fourteen
Points plan promised or should have made a
change on
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Creating a League of Nations have free trade
between nations seas would no longer be
controlled the restoration or independence of
Belgium Czechoslovakia demilitarization and
self determination of nations
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What were some ways Wilsons fourteen points
faltered?
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Europe could not have self determination the
Allies had secret alliances to others Britain
refused to give up sea claims and many nations
wanted peace and revenge
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What happened when Wilson made an appearance at
the United States Peace Commission?
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His appeal was promptly rejected because of his
behavior and attitude
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Who opposed the advances or beliefs that Wilson
was trying to convince at the United States Peace
Commission?
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Henry Cabot Lodge (Republican Senator)
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Leader of an assault on Mexico City in 1847,
resulting in 400 Mexican casualties.
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Winfield Scott
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Became a president of Mexico after seizing power
from Madero and having him killed.
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Victoriano Huerta
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This event had convinced Wilson to send troops to
Mexico.
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The arrest of American soldiers in Tampico,
Mexico.
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______ exploited the resources of the people of
Mexico to benefit the wealthy land owners
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Dictator Porfirio Diaz
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This treaty gave the U.S. an option to build a
canal across Nicaragua.
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The Bryan-Chamorio Treaty of 1914
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The telegram sent to a German Ambassador telling
him to propose to Mexico to join the Central
Powers of Germany and Austria-Hungary
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Zimmerman Telegram
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What caused WWI?
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Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
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What were the main tactics used during world war
1?
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Trench warfare, chemical warfare, and fear
warfare.
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What was established to coordinate the American
war effort?
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War Industried Board (WIB)
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What move by Germany caused America to arm
merchant ships?
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Lifting the restriction on submarine warfare.
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Which two amendments were passed during WWI?
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18th and 19th amendments. (Prohibition and
Womans Suffrage, respectively)
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What group believed that the war was creating
common purpose in America?
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The Progressives
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What issue had the power to make Woodrow Wilson
withdraw troops from France?
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Prostitution
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The spread of disease led to these reforms
against this.
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Prostitution and venereal diseases.
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The Daily Double
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Why was the Secretary of War against child labor?
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Because we were losing boys in the war and
couldnt afford to lose them at home.
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Europe Explodes (J.J. Hontz)
Demobilization (Raziel Brooks)
Red Scare (Genissee Oberkrom)
Election of 1916 (Jai Jones)
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Who won the election of 1916?
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Wilson
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What advantage did Wilson have in the election of
1912 that he didnt have in the election of 1916?
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The republican party was no longer split
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What was the key issue of the campaign?
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American policy toward warring powers.
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Who did Wilson appoint to the supreme court to
woo Progressives?
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Louis D. Brandeis, 1st Jewish American appointed
to the court.
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What put Democrats on equal terms with the
Republicans?
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Combination of progressivism and the peace issue
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For what reason did Gavrilo Princip assassinate
Franz Ferdinand?
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To further the cause of Serbian nationalism.
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What did the assassination of Archduke Franz
Ferdinand cause?
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The rash act precipitated a general European war
(WWI)
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What countries participated in WWI, and what
powers did they belong to?
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Central powers Germany, Austria-Hungary, and
Ottoman Turkey. Allies Great Britain, France,
Russia, U.S.
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James Bryce published The American Commonwealth.
What was it about?
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Exaggerated tales of German atrocities against
Belgian Civilians.
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What ne weapon was created in order to compete
against the large British fleet?
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German U-Boats. (These are vehicles J.J.)
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What is demobilization?
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Process of standing down a nations army.
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What were some of the results of demobilization?
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Economic issues, unemployment, inflation.
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What country did Wilson wanting demobilization in?
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Germany ( Also wanted them out of Russia)
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In what speech did Wilson express him wanting
demobilization?
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The 14 Point speech
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What was the direct effect demobilization had on
Russia?
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Caused Russia to lose territories and damaged
economy.
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This radical headed the 1919 General Intelligence
Division
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J. Edgar Hoover
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Most radicals were not American citizens but
rather were WW1 enemies replaced by the
immigrants. These people were usually industrial
workers. Because of the Red Scare, Americans felt
the American way of life was in danger and the
demanded.
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Radicals to be suppressed
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Palmer planned thousands of arrests, but civil
liberties abused by arrest, this lead to
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The public gradually turning against Palmer's
methods
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The Red Scare subsided because
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Palmer announced a huge terrorist demonstration
on May day, 1920, but it never showed.
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The Red Scare were radical elements in union
that caused the populace to equate unions with
threats of communism. People viewed violent
strikes as precursors to revolution. These
violent strikes later led to the attempted murder
of
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Rockefeller, Oliver Holmes, and Attorney General
Mitchell Palmer.
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How many pickled peppers did Peter Piper really
pick?
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None, nothing is grown pre-pickled.
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Why did the chicken cross the road?
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To get to the other side.
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Why does Johnny crack corn?
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Because no one cared.
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What evilly famous man fought for the Germans
during WWI, and would later become Chancellor of
Germany?
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Adolf Hitler
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Why did Leonardo Dicaprio cross the road?
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Because someone told him his Oscar was on the
other side.
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