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Title: JEOPARDY!


1
JEOPARDY!
Ch. 27 Imperialism
Ch. 28/29 Progressive Era
Ch. 30 - World War I
2
  • 1. Which of these was not a "muckraker"?
  • Ezra Pound
  • Lincoln Steffens
  • Upton Sinclair
  • Ida M. Tarbell
  • Which form of municipal government
  • took root in Galveston, Texas, in 1900?
  • Commission type
  • City manager
  • Mayor-council
  • Interlocking directorate

3
  • 3. Josiah Strong did which of the following
  • Advocated American intervention to collect
    customs in the Dominican Republic.
  • Said the United States was ordained by God to
    spread its Christian teachings worldwide.
  • Argued the anti-imperialist position regarding
    the Philippines.
  • Wrote The Influence of Sea Power Upon History.

4
  • After the attack on the Sussex, Germany
  • Warned that it would hold the Allies to "strict
    accountability" for interference with German
    shipping.
  • Occupied Belgium and the Netherlands.
  • Invited Mexico to join the Central Powers.
  • Promised that merchant ships would not be sunk
    without warning and providing for the safety of
    noncombatants

5
  • In Muller v. Oregon, the Supreme Court
  • Upheld a maximum ten-hour day for working women
    in Oregon.
  • Forbade Oregon from regulating the wages of
    working women.
  • Sanctioned freedom of contract in employment.
  • Held a series of state social welfare laws to be
    unconstitutional.

6
  • 6. Who claimed that "no nation can become a world
    power without a powerful navy"?
  • Dupuy de Lome
  • Emilio Aguinaldo
  • Alfred T. Mahan
  • Josiah Strong

7
  • When he called for "peace without victory" in
    World War I, Wilson
  • Endorsed the concept of a "no-win" war.
  • Was seeking the backing of antiwar elements in
    America.
  • Felt that only a peace among equals, not a treaty
    between the victor and the vanquished, could
    endure.
  • Acknowledged the Allies' lack of preparedness to
    fight the Central Powers.

8
  • 8. TRs Bureau of Corporations was superseded by
    Wilsons
  • Department of Commerce and Labor.
  • Federal Reserve Board.
  • Internal Revenue Service.
  • Federal Trade Commission.
  • 9. Most supportive of the Clayton Antitrust Act
    were
  • Farmers.
  • Labor unions.
  • Corporations.
  • Conservationists

9
  • 10. Which of these statements regarding American
    interest in Hawaii is false?
  • Hawaii became a territory during Cleveland's
    administration.
  • In 1893 a revolt resulted in the overthrow of
    Queen Liliuokalani.
  • The United States was instrumental in permitting
    a group of sugar growers to establish a Hawaiian
    republic.
  • Hawaii did not become a state until 1959.

10
  • 11. To finance World War I, the United States
    relied on all of the following except
  • Higher income taxes.
  • Sale of war bonds.
  • Excess profits and inheritance taxes.
  • Temporary national sales taxes
  • 12. Who served as director of the Committee on
    Public Information?
  • Herbert Hoover
  • William Gibbs McAdoo
  • William Howard Taft
  • George Creel

11
  • 13. Who was the first president to side with
    org- anized labor in a dispute with management?
  • William McKinley
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • William Howard Taft
  • Woodrow Wilson
  • 14. Funds for the Newlands Act came from
  • The income tax.
  • Corporation taxes.
  • Recreational user fees.
  • Revenues earmarked from the sale of
  • public lands in the West

12
  • 15. Where is San Juan Hill located?
  • Santiago, Chile
  • Santiago, Cuba
  • Manila
  • San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • From the treaty ending the Spanish-American
    War, the United States acquired all of the
    following except
  • a. Guam
  • b. Philippines
  • c. Cuba
  • d. Puerto Rico.

13
  • 17. Prior to assuming command of the American
    Expeditionary Force, General Pershing had
  • Directed the conscription of troops.
  • Handled relief efforts in France.
  • Sought to capture the Mexican bandit Pancho
    Villa.
  • Opposed the use of black troops in the military.
  • 18. Which of the following was not among the 14
    Points?
  • Open diplomacy
  • Reducing armaments
  • Ending tariff barriers / free trade
  • Returning Alsace-Lorraine to Italy

14
  • Taft split the Republican party into "Old Guard"
    and "progressive" wings by his actions in all of
    the following except
  • a. A bitter dispute over conservation of
    natural resources
  • b. Credentials dispute at the 1912
    Republican convention
  • c. Payne-Aldrich Tariff
  • d. Mine safety legislation

15
  • Anti-imperialists objected to annexation
  • of the Philippines for all of these reasons
    except
  • Inconsistency with the Teller Amendment.
  • The need for naval bases and coaling stations in
    the Far East.
  • To consider the Filipinos as colonists would
    violate the spirit of the Declaration of
    Independence.
  • The Aguinaldo revolt proved that the Filipinos
    did not desire American occupation.

16
  • Those desiring changes in the Paris peace
    treaty were the
  • a. Reservationists
  • b. Isolationists.
  • c. Irreconcilables.
  • d. Internationalists
  • 22. In the Zimmermann telegram, Germany
  • Apologized for the sinking of the Lusitania.
  • Declared war on France.
  • Proposed an alliance with Mexico against the
    United States.
  • Announced the resumption of unrestricted
    submarine warfare

17
  • 23. Which of these statements regarding the
    election of 1912 is false?
  • Taft won the Republican nomination but lost the
    primaries.
  • The Democratic nominee was chosen on the 46th
    ballot.
  • The Progressive party candidate polled no
    electoral votes.
  • The winner polled less than a majority of the
    popular vote.

18
  • 24.The Foraker Act did which of the following?
  • Allowed America to build a future canal across
    Nicaragua.
  • Established a limited civil government in Puerto
    Rico.
  • Required American traders to respect "spheres of
    influence" in China.
  • Renounced American interests in occupying Cuba

19
  • 25. What lone black took the leading role in the
    formation of the NAACP?
  • Carter Woodson
  • William E. B. Du Bois
  • William Monroe Trotter
  • Booker T. Washington
  • 26. The New Freedom did not include
  • Establishment of the Food and Drug
    Administration.
  • Federal Trade Commission.
  • Underwood Tariff.
  • Clayton Antitrust Act.

20
  • 27. Dollar diplomacy" refers to
  • Construction of an interoceanic canal to assist
    world trade.
  • Encouragement of American trade and investments
    in such areas as Latin America and the Far East.
  • European investment in American finance.
  • Maintaining the right of transit across Panama

21
  • The Democrats won the 1916 election
  • because
  • The Republicans lost their majority party status.
  • Wilson's supporters skillfully used the theme He
    Kept Us Out of War.
  • Wilson's snub of Progressive Hiram Johnson helped
    the Democrats to win California.
  • The Republicans failed to take advantage of
    Wilson's failed Mexican policy.

22
  • 29. Who instituted the direct primary?
  • Theodore Roosevelt
  • Robert M. La Follette, Sr.
  • Woodrow Wilson
  • William Howard Taft
  • 30. Immediately before becoming vice- pres.,
    Theodore Roosevelt had served as
  • Assistant secretary of the navy.
  • Mayor of New York City.
  • U.S. senator.
  • Governor of New York

23
  • Theodore Roosevelt's critics accused him of
    trying to annex what country when he took over
    its customs house in 1903?
  • Cuba
  • Dominican Republic
  • Venezuela
  • Puerto Rico

24
  • 32. San Francisco became the subject of inter-
  • national attention in 1906 because of its
    policy of
  • Banning the importation of Hawaiian sugar.
  • Passing a resolution against the Open Door
    Policy.
  • Segregating Asian school children.
  • Recruiting Chinese laborers.

25
  • 33. Eugene Debs was imprisoned for
  • Violating the Sedition Act.
  • Failure to pay income taxes.
  • Corruption in his union.
  • Wartime profiteering.
  • 34. Which agency fixed prices for war materials
    and determined what manufacturers could use and
    to whom deliveries could be made?
  • United States Peace Commission
  • National War Labor Board
  • War Industries Board
  • Office of Price Administration
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