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USII Questions
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Susan B. Anthony led the campaign to amend the
U.S. Constitution to USII.3e
  1. allow women to vote
  2. tax individual income
  3. directly elect senators
  4. ban alcoholic beverages

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Many Americans opposed joining the League of
Nations because the organization USII.4b
  1. could require U.S. participation in wars without
    congressional approval
  2. did not have enough military power
  3. did not include all nations
  4. was to be located in Geneva, Switzerland, rather
    than in New York City

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Throughout its history the primary goal of the
National Association for the Advancement of
Colored People (NAACP) has been to secure
USII.8a
  1. factory jobs for African Americans
  2. leadership roles for African American soldiers
  3. equality for African American citizens
  4. control of urban political machines by African
    Americans

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President Harry Truman justified his decision to
drop atomic bombs on Japan by saying that this
action would USII.6b
  1. cause minimal damage to the environment
  2. be cheaper than conventional weapons
  3. shorten the war and save the lives of U.S.
    soldiers
  4. help scientific research

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What impact did World War II have on many women
in the United States? USII.6c
  1. Women could serve in U.S. cabinet posts.
  2. Women began to work in jobs previously held by
    men.
  3. Women participated in combat.
  4. Women earned the same wages as men.

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The Holocaust is the name given to the German
Nazi program to USII.6b
  1. exterminate Jews, Gypsies, and other groups in
    Europe
  2. enlarge the borders of Germany in Eastern Europe
  3. spread Adolf Hitlers ideas to other countries
  4. overthrow the governments in Greece and Turkey

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One result of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was
that restaurants, hotels, and other public
facilities could no longer legally USII.8a
  1. pay men more than women
  2. serve alcohol to minors
  3. restrict service on the basis of race
  4. set their own prices

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Because of rapidly changing technology in the
1980s and 1990s, U.S. workers have had to be
willing to USII.8b
  1. perform the same task year after year
  2. learn new skills
  3. remain loyal to one company until retirement
  4. join a labor union

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Martin Luther King, Jr.s "I Have a Dream" speech
helped gain widespread support for the  USII.8a
  1. Plessy v. Ferguson decision
  2. Civil Rights Act of 1964
  3. Alliance for Progress
  4. establishment of the Peace Corps

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One reason the United States entered World War I
was the German policy of USII.4b
  1. impressment of sailors
  2. encouraging revolutions in South America
  3. attacking Canadian ports
  4. unrestricted submarine warfare

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John Steinbecks The Grapes of Wrath depicted the
difficulties faced by many Americans during which
period of U.S. history? USII.5c
  1. The Red Scare
  2. The Great Depression 
  3. World War II
  4. The Cold War

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What has been responsible for the most
significant change in business and communication
in the late 20th century? USII.8b
  1. Computers
  2. Radios
  3. Telegraphs
  4. Telephones

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In Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, the
U.S. Supreme Court overturned the Plessy v.
Ferguson decision that established USII.8a
  1. open college admissions
  2. affirmative action
  3. all-male military institutions
  4. the separate but equal doctrine

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Which of these is an accurate conclusion about
the relationship between the New Deal and the
Great Depression? USII.5d
  1. New Deal activities made the Great Depression
    worse.
  2. The Great Depression was over before New Deal
    programs had any effect.
  3. New Deal policies brought an immediate end to the
    Great Depression.
  4. New Deal programs eased the problem of
    unemployment during the Great Depression.

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Shortages during World War II caused the federal
government to ration all of the following items
EXCEPT USII.6c
  1. radios
  2. sugar
  3. gasoline
  4. coffee

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Which of these is NOT true about the Prohibition
era? USII.5b
  1. Some Americans ignored the Prohibition laws.
  2. Organized criminal activity grew in the United
    States.
  3. Smuggling declined in the United States.
  4. Some government officials took bribes during
    Prohibition.

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The efforts of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth
Cady Stanton focused the attention of the
American people on USII.8a
  1. the educational needs of the poor
  2. the unfair treatment of women
  3. monopolistic business practices
  4. urban problems

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The United States entered World War II
immediately after USII.6a
  1. Russia invaded Manchuria
  2. Germany attacked Poland
  3. Japan bombed Pearl Harbor
  4. Italy conquered Ethiopia

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Which of the following was a result of the Harlem
Renaissance? USII.5c
  1. Jim Crow laws were abolished.
  2. Women gained the right to vote in state elections
    and in federal elections.
  3. More people became aware of the literary and
    artistic achievements of African Americans.
  4. Hispanic Americans shifted their allegiance to a
    new political party.

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Which effect accurately completes the
chart?  USII.5d
  1. Government requires businesses to reopen and
    provide jobs.
  2. Workers pay less in taxes and have more money to
    spend.
  3. Consumer demand falls because there is less money
    to spend.
  4. Businesses, with no wages to pay, can invest in
    new factories.

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In the 1950s the increased ownership of
automobiles changed U.S. society in all of the
following ways EXCEPT by USII.8b
  1. stimulating the growth of suburbs
  2. redefining leisure activities
  3. increasing federal highway expenditures
  4. increasing the growth of railway travel

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Which group of Americans was forced out of their
homes and businesses and placed in internment
camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor? USII.6c
  1. Chinese Americans
  2. German Americans   
  3. Italian Americans
  4. Japanese Americans

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The contributions of Susan B. Anthony had the
greatest impact on USII.3e
  1. the federal courts
  2. womens suffrage
  3. labor unions
  4. business and industry

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Which of the following was NOT an effect of the
Great Depression? USII.5d
  1. The number of farm foreclosures increased.
  2. People lost their savings when banks failed.
  3. European nations repaid their war debts in full.
  4. The role of the federal government expanded.

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Which of the following was NOT one of the goals
of African Americans during the civil rights
movement of the 1960s? USII.8a
  1. Gaining opportunities to vote
  2. Ending involuntary servitude
  3. Ending segregation in public facilities
  4. Gaining equal opportunities in employment

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As a result of the Spanish-American War, the
United States acquired USII.4a
  1. Midway Island, Taiwan, and New Guinea
  2. Hawaii and Alaska
  3. Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Philippines
  4. Tahiti, Fiji, and Tonga

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt helped provide
economic relief to Americans during the Great
Depression by USII.5d
  1. appointing Frances Perkins as secretary of labor
  2. creating public works programs
  3. conducting fireside chats by radio to explain his
    policies
  4. attempting to restructure the U.S. Supreme Court

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered this
speech urging the U.S. Congress to USII.6a
Yesterday, December 7, 1941 a date which will
live in infamy . . . I have directed that all
measures be taken for our defense . . .
President Franklin D. Roosevelt,  in a speech to
the U.S. Congress
  1. declare war on Germany in response to submarine
    attacks on U.S. ships
  2. support the D-Day offensive at Normandy
  3. continue to support U.S. neutrality in World War
    II
  4. declare war on Japan for bombing Pearl Harbor

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In 1898 the United States went to war with Spain.
The war was an important turning point in U.S.
history because it USII.4a
  1. marked the end of expansionism for the United
    States
  2. demonstrated the need for a better railroad
    system
  3. helped move the United States into a position of
    world power
  4. showed U.S. support for European economic
    interests in the Far East

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During the Cold War the largest portion of the
U.S. governments budget was spent on USII.7c
  1. highway construction
  2. social programs
  3. public education
  4. national defense

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Henry Ford revolutionized the automobile industry
by improving and using assembly-line production.
This method contributed to the automobile
becoming USII.5a
  1. a symbol of wealth in the United States
  2. safer and more efficient to use
  3. more affordable and accessible for many Americans
  4. the largest producer of economic wealth in the
    nation

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Which of the following characterized U.S.
military involvement in both the Korean and
Vietnamese conflicts? USII.7c
  1. The attempt to prevent the spread of communism
  2. Reliance on an all-volunteer army
  3. Student antiwar protests
  4. Widespread American public support

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Which of these contributed most to the beginning
of the Great Depression? USII.5d
  1. Shortages of agricultural goods
  2. A decline in automobile purchases
  3. The collapse of the stock market
  4. A decrease in consumer spending

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One of the results of the Civil Rights Act of
1964 was greater opportunity in employment for
USII.8a
  1. senior citizens
  2. women
  3. college graduates
  4. veterans

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During the Holocaust, Adolf Hitler used
concentration camps to USII.6b
  1. conduct secret research to develop atomic weapons
  2. carry out his policy of genocide against the
    Jewish people
  3. imprison Allied soldiers captured in battle
  4. put Allied leaders on trial in a military court

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The main reason U.S. factories were able to
continue production during World War I despite
the loss of workers to the military draft was
that USII.6c
  1. mechanization decreased the need for workers
  2. soldiers operated the machinery in many factories
  3. workers who had not been drafted worked longer
    hours
  4. women and minorities filled the jobs left vacant
    in factories

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African American music that was popularized
during the 1920s and continues to be an important
part of U.S. culture today is USII.5c
  1. rock and roll
  2. salsa
  3. jazz
  4. flamenco

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Martin Luther King, Jr., successfully led the
civil rights movement in the 1960s by USII.8a
  1. advocating a violent revolution against the
    government
  2. urging nonviolence while demanding equality
  3. demanding proportional representation for African
    Americans in Congress
  4. calling for school desegregation

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What was an effective way for President Franklin
D. Roosevelt to calm the nation's fears during
the Great Depression? USII.5d
  1. Newspaper interviews
  2. Television broadcasts
  3. Radio talks
  4. Telegraph communications

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One long-term effect of the 19th Amendment (1920)
is the USII.3e
  1. number of women justices on the U.S. Supreme
    Court
  2. political impact of women voters on candidates
    and their positions
  3. failure of the two major political parties to
    nominate women presidential candidates
  4. number of women in leadership roles in the
    Populist Party

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The Social Security Act of 1935 continues to
provide USII.5d
  1. emergency relief to farmers
  2. funding for small businesses
  3. financial assistance to retired people
  4. a guaranteed minimum wage for workers

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The expanding use of computers in business and
industry has generally resulted in USII.8b
  1. higher prices for consumers
  2. greater worker productivity
  3. prolonged economic recession
  4. smaller corporate profits

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How did the influx of immigrants from southern
and eastern Europe after 1880 affect industrial
workers in the United States? USII.3b
  1. Immigrants willing to work for low wages reduced
    union bargaining power.
  2. Foreign-born workers became less important as
    labor unions used their power to strike.
  3. Skilled industrial workers organized to promote
    immigration.
  4. Unions were successful at getting workers to
    agree on workplace issues.

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Life in the Great Plains region was made much
harder during the Great Depression by USII.5d
  1. a series of floods on the Mississippi and
    Missouri Rivers
  2. the failure of individuals to save money during
    prosperous times
  3. President Franklin D. Roosevelt's failure to push
    for government aid to farmers
  4. drought and poor farming practices that resulted
    in the Dust Bowl

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President Harry Truman's point of view about
dropping the atomic bomb was that USII.6b
Marshall told me that it might cost half a
million American lives to force the enemy's
Japan's surrender on his home grounds. . . . I
regarded the bomb as a military weapon and never
had any doubt that it should be used. -- Harry
Truman, 1955
  1. the bomb was available and therefore should be
    used
  2. dropping the bomb was justified because it would
    save American lives
  3. Japan would surrender rather than face the
    destruction from the bomb
  4. the United States had developed the greatest
    weapon in history

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Since 1965 the ethnic composition of the United
states has changed because of an increase in
immigrants from USII.7d
  1. newly independent African nations
  2. Latin America and Asia
  3. western Europe and the Soviet Union
  4. the northern Canadian provinces

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Germany's resumption of unrestricted submarines
warfare in 1917 was perceived in the United
States as USII.4b
  1. a legitimate counter to the Allied blockade of
    Germany
  2. an incentive to return to the traditional U.S.
    policy of neutrality
  3. a direct threat to the U.S. position of
    neutrality
  4. a sign that Germany was near defeat in World War
    I

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The United States became involved in the Vietnam
War in order to USII.7c
  1. help protect U.S. corporations located in
    Southeast Asia
  2. acquire additional colonies that could provide
    raw materials
  3. prevent the spread of communism throughout
    Southeast Asia
  4. support peacekeeping troops that had been sent by
    the United Nations

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Eleanor Roosevelt never ran for elective office
but nonetheless made major contributions to U.S.
politics by USII.7d
  1. encouraging women to form their own political
    party
  2. working to expand the roles of women and
    minorities in government
  3. persuading her husband to nominate a women for
    the Supreme Court
  4. forcing the Democratic National Convention to
    accept women delegates

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Many banks failed when the Great Depression
started because USII.5d
  1. corporations refused to borrow money from banks
  2. consumers were buying more-expensive items
  3. government regulatory agencies would not support
    bank loans
  4. they had loaned money to investors who lost money
    in the stock market

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The invention of the telephone changed the nature
of work by USII.3b
  1. providing employees with an easy way to reach
    family members
  2. intensifying the isolation of rural laborers
  3. speeding up the pace of business transactions
  4. making railroad transportation obsolete

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In 1942 Adolf Hitler began to carry out his
"final solution," the extermination of Jewish
people. This became known as USII.6b
  1. D-Day
  2. Kristallnacht
  3. Mein Kampf
  4. the Holocaust

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Rosa Parks, who was involved in local civil
rights activities, became known nationally for
her USII.8a
  1. efforts to integrate Central High School in
    Little Rock, Arkansas
  2. refusal to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus
    to a white man
  3. leadership in registering African Americans to
    vote
  4. role in organizing the National Association for
    the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

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The discovery of what natural resource in
California in 1848 and 1849 caused rapid
population growth in the region? USII.3a
  1. Gold
  2. Silver
  3. Copper
  4. Iron

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Which of these best completes the diagram above?
USII.3e
  1. Women organize in support of temperance.
  2. Women organize in support of education reform.
  3. Women organize in support of womens suffrage.
  4. Women give up political organizing.

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The combination of resources, improved
transportation, and technological breakthroughs
all contributed to the USII.2b
  1. Era of Good Feelings
  2. adoption of the gold standard
  3. Industrial Revolution
  4. formation of agricultural cooperatives

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During the 19th century many American women
assumed leadership roles primarily in USII.3e
  1. political parties
  2. large corporations
  3. reform movements
  4. government agencies

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The conditions listed above best explain the
growth of USII.3e
Unhealthy working conditions Unequal
distribution of wealth Long working hours for
little pay Growing incidence of wage cuts
  1. farmer alliances
  2. urban areas
  3. national railroads
  4. labor unions

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The events listed above occurred as part of the
USII.8a
Lunch-counter sit-ins Montgomery bus
boycott March on Washington Freedom Summer
  1. womens rights movement
  2. Progressive movement
  3. antiwar movement
  4. Civil Rights movement

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Which of the following took place from 1914 to
1918? USII.4b
  1. The Great Depression
  2. World War I
  3. The Populist movement
  4. The Spanish-American War

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What was the significance of the Battle of
Midway? USII.6b
  1. It led to U.S. entry into World War II.
  2. It forced Japan to surrender.
  3. It ended Japans naval superiority in the
    Pacific.
  4. It led to the formation of the United Nations.

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The information listed above describes which of
the following agreements? USII.7c
Created in 1949 as a mutual-defense alliance
Initially included 12 democratic nations
Prompted by the Berlin blockade First
commitment to a mutual-defense alliance by the
United States
  1. Warsaw Pact
  2. Strategic Arms Limitation Talks
  3. Atlantic Charter
  4. North Atlantic Treaty Organization

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Which of the following most influenced President
Woodrow Wilsons decision to ask for a
declaration of war against Germany? USII.4b
  1. The assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand
  2. Germanys treatment of prisoners of war
  3. The German use of aerial bombing raids
  4. The Zimmermann telegram

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During the mid-1800s Chinese immigrants to the
United States were an important source of labor
for which of the following industries? USII.3a
  1. Railroad construction
  2. Steel manufacturing
  3. Oil production
  4. Ship construction

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During the 1920s the nationwide prohibition of
the manufacture, sale, or transportation of
alcohol in the United States contributed to the
USII.5b
  1. ratification of the womens suffrage amendment
  2. growth of organized crime
  3. end of Progressive reform
  4. demand for stricter immigration policies

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The expansion of Americas railroad network in
the late 1800s changed the standard of living by
USII.3d
  1. creating employment opportunities for women and
    children
  2. establishing an example for ethical business
    practices
  3. increasing the availability and variety of
    consumer goods
  4. discouraging economic competition with foreign
    countries

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The innovations listed above had a direct impact
on USII.3d
Invention of the cotton gin Use of
interchangeable parts Introduction of the
assembly line
  1. reform movements
  2. union organization
  3. western expansion
  4. industrial development

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What event caused the United States to
immediately abandon neutrality during World War
II? USII.6a
  1. The attack on Pearl Harbor
  2. The Warsaw Ghetto uprising
  3. The bombing of Great Britain
  4. The Battle of Stalingrad

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Which of the following New Deal programs
continues to affect the lives of American
workers? USII.5d
  1. Civilian Conservation Corps
  2. Social Security Administration
  3. National Recovery Administration
  4. Agricultural Adjustment Act

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The excerpt above supports justification for the
U.S. entry into which of the following war?
USII.4b
Vessels of every kind, whatever their flag, their
character, their cargo, their destination, their
errand, have been ruthlessly sent to the bottom
without warning and without thought of help or
mercy for those on board. . . . Excerpt from
President Woodrow Wilsons War Message, April 2,
1917
  1. Spanish-American War
  2. World War I
  3. World War II
  4. Russo-Japanese War

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In the late 19th century, immigration most
affected American cities by contributing to which
of the following? USII.3b
  1. Overcrowded housing
  2. Movement to the suburbs
  3. Development of city parks
  4. Financing railroad construction

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Which of the following best explains how economic
growth during World War II helped end the Great
Depression? USII.6c
  1. Military production during the war created jobs.
  2. Relaxation of production standards increased
    productivity.
  3. Reduced immigration led to higher wages.
  4. Government rationing created a fuel surplus.

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The events described in the newspaper headlines
were a cause of USII.5d
  1. the end of Progressive reform
  2. World War I
  3. the rise of the Ku Klux Klan
  4. the Great Depression

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