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  1. 1. Which of the following is a cause of the Spanish American War? Cuba's fight for independence from Spain's rule The Japanese bomb Havana Harbor in Cuba Russia purchases Alaska and Puerto Rico A revolt against Queen Liliuokalani of Hawaii
  2. 2. "Yellow Journalism" was used to gain American support for Cuban rebels in their fight for independence from Spain. What is "Yellow Journalism?" Communistic slant on news reports Political cartoons that report news Exaggerated news reports Truthful news reports
  3. 3. In February of 1898, a United States battleship mysteriously exploded in Havana Harbor, Cuba. Three months later, America declared war on Spain. What was the name of this battleship that sunk? Maine Arizona North Carolina California
  4. 4. Which of the following was the most important result of the Spanish-American War? The battleship, Maine, was blown up. The United States supported the sovereign rights of the Cubans. The Philippine Islands gained their independence. The United States became an imperial power.
  5. 5. Which of the following was not a result of the Spanish American War? The United States gained possession of the Philippines, Guam, and Puerto Rico. The United States lost possession of the Southwest territories. The United States emerged as a world power. Cuba gained independence from Spain.
  6. 6. This political cartoon represents the way President Theodore Roosevelt influenced foreign affairs. What type of diplomacy is this? Domino Theory Détente Dollar Diplomacy Big Stick Diplomacy
  7. 7. The Roosevelt Corollary asserted the United States’ right to interfere in the economic matters of which two geographic areas? South America and Europe Central America and Asia Central and South America South America and Asia
  8. 8. Roosevelt used Big Stick Diplomacy to build the what? Panama Bridge Panama Canal Philippines Bridge Colombian Canal
  9. 9. The Roosevelt Corollary expanded the ____________________________________, which was used to prevent European involvement in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere. Monroe Corollary Monroe Doctrine Manifest Destiny Madison Doctrine
  10. 10. Roosevelt created the Roosevelt Corollary as a way to prevent whom from involving themselves in Latin American affairs? Africans Asians Europeans Australians
  11. 11. Which of the following is not a cause of WWI? Alliances Nationalism Isolationism Militarism
  12. 12. Which were the leading Allied Powers at the start of WWI? Austria−Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany Denmark, Netherlands Great Britain, Russia, France Spain, Italy, Ottoman Empire
  13. 13. Which of the following was not a reason for the United States entering WWI? US was economically and politically tied to Great Britain Discovery of the Zimmerman telegram Sinking of the Lusitania Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
  14. 14. Which country is not part of the Central Powers during WWI? Ottoman Empire Austria-Hungary Italy Germany
  15. 15. What peacekeeping organization did Woodrow Wilson propose in his Fourteen Points? Warsaw Pact League of Nations Organization of American States United Nations
  16. 16. The United States decided not to join the League of Nations because the US Senate failed to ratify what? Treaty of Versailles United Nations 14 Points Treaty of Germany
  17. 17. Which of the following would best fit the middle of this diagram? Roosevelt Corollary Reasons for US involvement in WWI Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points Reasons for US involvement in Spanish-American War
  18. 18. Who came up with the idea of the League of Nations? Fredrick Douglass Joseph Zimmerman Archduke Ferdinand Woodrow Wilson
  19. 19. The United States joined WWI in____________. 1919 1917 1914 1915
  20. 20. When WWI broke out in Europe, the United States adopted/followed which foreign policy approach? Isolationism Militarism Manifest Destiny Imperialism
  21. 21. Which of the following is not a cause of WWI? Alliances Nationalism Isolationism Militarism
  22. 22. In February of 1898, a United States battleship mysteriously exploded in Havana Harbor, Cuba. Three months later, America declared war on Spain. What was the name of this battleship that sunk? Maine Arizona North Carolina California
  23. 23. "Yellow Journalism" was used to gain American support for Cuban rebels in their fight for independence from Spain. What is "Yellow Journalism?" Communistic slant on news reports Political cartoons that report news Exaggerated news reports Truthful news reports
  24. 24. Which was the main goal of the United States during the Spanish American War? To rule Spain’s trade routes To protect American business interests in Spain C. To free Cuba from Spain D. To request Cuba to negotiate a treaty for independence with Spain
  25. 25. The Roosevelt Corollary asserted the United States’ right to interfere in the economic matters of which two geographic areas? South America and Europe Central America and Asia Central and South America South America and Asia
  26. 26. Which headline is an example of yellow journalism? “Spain Responsible for Unprovoked Attack on the USS Maine” “The United States Declares War on Spain” “Cubans Ask Spain for Their Independence” “Theodore Roosevelt Is Appointed Secretary of the Navy”
  27. 27. Which territory did the United States NOT acquire as a result of the Spanish American War? Guam Puerto Rico Philippines Guam
  28. 28. Which were the leading Allied Powers at the start of WWI? Britain, France, and Russia Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Bulgaria C Denmark and the Netherlands D Spain and Switzerland
  29. 29. Which was NOT a reason for the United States entering WWI? German use of unrestricted submarine warfare Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand Sinking of the Lusitania Discovery of the Zimmermann Telegram
  30. 30. The immediate cause of World War I was the Attack on the Lusitania. Sinking of the battleship USS Maine. German use of unrestricted submarine warfare. Assassination of Archduke Ferdinand.
  31. 31. Roosevelt created the Roosevelt Corollary as a way to prevent whom from involving themselves in Latin American affairs? Africans Asians Europeans Australians
  32. 32. The United States decided not to join the League of Nations because the US Senate failed to ratify what? Treaty of Versailles United Nations 14 Points Treaty of Germany
  33. 33. When WWI broke out in Europe, the United States adopted a policy of militarism. Isolationism. C. Imperialism. D. Expansionism.
  34. 34. Roosevelt used Big Stick Diplomacy to build the what? Panama Bridge Panama Canal Philippines Bridge Colombian Canal
  35. 35. Which labor union was founded by Samuel Gompers in the early part of the twentieth century? Knights of Labor American Federation of Labor C. Congress of Industrial Organizations D. United Auto Workers
  36. 36. President Wilson hoped that the League of Nations would Enable nations to solve their conflicts without going to war. Make the Allied Powers strong. Help the United States avoid foreign entanglements. Reduce tariffs throughout the world.
  37. 37. Who was best known as a leader of the women’s rights movement? Ida Tarbell Carrie Nation Helen Hunt Jackson Susan B. Anthony
  38. 38. Who was best known as a leader of the women’s rights movement? Ida Tarbell Carrie Nation Helen Hunt Jackson Susan B. Anthony
  39. 39. The Progressive Era is know for bringing what to society? Sadness Progress Problems Bad Weather
  40. 40. Which is the best answer for the X? Negative Effects of industry Positive Effects of industry Positive Effects of Reconstruction Negative Effects of Westward Expansion
  41. 41. A hero of the Spanish American War who later became president of the United States was Commodore George Dewey Theodore Roosevelt. William McKinley. Colonel William C. Gorgas.
  42. 42. Women gained the right to vote with the passage of which amendment? 16th 17th 18th 19th
  43. 43. Due to the negative effects of industry, which two things began to fight back against it? Labor Meetings and Spares Spears and Strikes Labor Unions and Spears Labor Unions and Strikes
  44. 44. Who is famous for establishing the AFL? John D. Rockefeller Andrew Carnegie Samuel Gompers Boss Tweed
  45. 45. What does the AFL stand for? American Federation of Lovers All Free Labors American Federal of Labors American Federation of Labor
  46. 46. The most famous labor strike that took place at Andrew Carnegie’s Steel Mill was called? Homestead Strike Homestead Labor Steel Labor No More Steel
  47. 47. Along with pushing for the right to vote, women of the early 20th century pushed for what other right for women? Educational Opportunities Better Fashion Increased Work Hours Unsafe Working Conditions
  48. 48. In the late 1800’s people blamed alcohol for? Captains of Industry Violence and poverty Slavery There was no problem
  49. 49. Which two groups fought hard for the passing of the 18th amendment? Women and religious groups Women and former slaves Men and religious groups Women and Factory Owners
  50. 50. Which constitutional amendment prohibited the production, distribution, and sale of alcohol? 15th 18th 19th 21st
  51. 51. Who is a famous Temperance leader who ran around with a bible and ax pushing for the creation of the 18th amendment? Susan B. Anthony Carry Nation Bessie Smith Georgia O’Keeffe
  52. 52. What was the name of the era where women and religious groups pushed for the passing of the 18th amendment? Temperance Suffrage Reconstruction Industrialization
  53. 53. After the passage of the 18th amendment, what stated? Harlem Renaissance Prohibition Reconstruction Urbanization
  54. 54. Which constitutional amendment gave women the right to vote? 15th 18th 19th 20th
  55. 55. Which of the following choices worked hard for Women’s suffrage? Carry Nation and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton Miss Callan and Mrs. Furlong Susan B. Anthony and Carry Nation
  56. 56. Which were the leading Allied Powers at the start of WWI? Austria−Hungary, Bulgaria, Germany Denmark, Netherlands Great Britain, Russia, France Spain, Italy, Ottoman Empire
  57. 57. Since the Homestead Act became violent, how did people’s view of unions changed? It did not changed People disapproved them People signed up and joined What are unions???
  58. 58. With the help of labor unions and strikes all of following improved EXCEPT: Improved safety conditions Increased work hours Reduced work hours Restrictions on child labor
  59. 59. Another word for suffrage is.. Run Alcohol Vote Slavery
  60. 60. The Roosevelt Corollary expanded the ____________________________________, which was used to prevent European involvement in the affairs of the Western Hemisphere. Monroe Corollary Monroe Doctrine Manifest Destiny Madison Doctrine
  61. 61. Which of the following was the most important result of the Spanish-American War? The battleship, Maine, was blown up. The United States supported the sovereign rights of the Cubans. The Philippine Islands gained their independence. The United States became an imperial power.
  62. 62. When WWI broke out in Europe, the United States adopted/followed which foreign policy approach? Isolationism Militarism Manifest Destiny Imperialism

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