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Unit 2 History Ch. 25

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Unit 2 History Ch. 25
America: A Narrative History 8th Edition

  
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1.  General Pershing’s incursion into Mexico resulted in the defeat and capture of “Pancho” Villa.
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2.  Many immigrant groups in the United States supported the Central Powers in the European War.
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3.  Due to their belief in “freedom of the seas,” the British allowed Americans to trade with Germany.
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4.  The so-called Arabic Pledge involved Wilson’s stand to stop North Africa’s fall into chaos during the war.
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5.  In the presidential election of 1916, Republicans used the slogan “He kept us out of war” to discredit Wilson.
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6.  The Republican candidate for president in 1916 was Charles Evans Hughes.
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7.  The Zimmermann telegram, sent to the Mexican government from the White House, was intercepted by the Germans.
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8.  The adoption of the convoy system dramatically reduced Allied losses to German submarines.
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9.  Over 400,000 southern blacks moved northward during the war years.
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10.  Women in “war work” were usually able to keep their jobs after the war.
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11.  “Four-minute men” were a special-operations unit of the U.S. Army.
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12.  During World War I, some American symphonies refused to perform Bach and Beethoven.
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13.  Former president Theodore Roosevelt was one of the biggest supporters of the League of Nations.
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14.  Henry Cabot Lodge led the Senate Republicans who demanded amendments to the Treaty of Versailles.
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15.  President Wilson suffered a temporarily incapacitating stroke in France while negotiating the peace treaty.
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16.  Which of the following statements best describes the diplomatic stance of Woodrow Wilson and William Jennings Bryan? Ref: Idealistic diplomacy
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17.  Concerning United States action in the Caribbean, President Wilson: Ref: In Caribbean, U.S. Marines helped put down disorders
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18.  “Pancho” Villa:
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19.  One of the following pairs consists of two countries that were NOT members of the Triple Entente.
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20.  When news of the European war first reached the United States:
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21.  President Wilson’s response to the sinking of the Lusitania: Ref: American neutrality strained
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22.  President Wilson’s secretary of state resigned in 1915 because: Ref: American neutrality strained
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23.  In the case of Schenck v. United States, the Supreme Court:
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24.  The Revenue Act of 1916: Ref: The debate over preparedness
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25.  In the presidential election of 1916, the Republicans:
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26.  The Zimmermann telegram:
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27.  The congressional resolution for war:
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28.  The Food Administration: Ref: Regulation of industry and the economy
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29.  The most important of all the mobilization agencies was the:
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30.  George Creel:
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31.  Under the Espionage and Sedition Acts of 1917–1918:
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32.  What was the major cause of the St. Louis riot in 1917?
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33.  Despite the fact that the Great War generated many changes in female employment, these changes were:
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34.  Some 8,000 American troops landed in Russia in 1918:
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35.  In the midterm elections of 1918: Ref: Wilson’s domestic strength was declining
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36.  To what did Wilson refer when he spoke of “the heart of the League”? Ref: League of Nations
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37.  In negotiating with the Big Four over many postwar territorial issues, President Wilson: Ref: Territory and reparations
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38.  The German delegation at Versailles objected most bitterly to:
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39.  What was the virulent menace that Americans faced in the postwar period and that caused more casualties than the war itself?
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40.  The Spanish flu epidemic:
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41.  William Z. Foster is best associated with:
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42.  The 1919 police strike in Boston:
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43.  A race riot in which 38 people were killed and over 500 injured took place in July 1919 in:
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44.  The Red Scare of 1919–1920 reflected the:
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45.  The Red Scare of 1919–1920 was directed against:
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46.  In an effort to topple Victoriano Huerta’s dictatorial government in Mexico, President Wilson:
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47.  The event that triggered World War I in Europe was:
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48.  Which of the following is true of the Lusitania?
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49.  All of the following influenced the U.S. decision to enter the war against Germany EXCEPT: Ref: Reasons for war
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50.  For violating the Espionage Act, Socialist leader Eugene Debs:
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51.  The U.S. military effort in France:
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52.  As a result of the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia:
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53.  Wilson’s Fourteen Points endorsed all of the following EXCEPT:
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54.  The Treaty of Versailles did all of the following EXCEPT:
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55.  One dramatic example of labor unrest in 1919 was a general strike in:
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56.  Who said, after the sinking of the Lusitania: “There is such a thing as a man being too proud to fight”?
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57.  What gave World War I its lasting character?
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58.  Which of the following is NOT associated with major battles in World War I? Ref: The “race for France”
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59.  The turning point in France came at the Second Battle of: Ref: The “race for France”
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60.  The French premier during WWI was: Ref: Until 1918, American troops played only a token role
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61.  In the 1915 Treaty of London, the Allies had promised them land if they entered the war:
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62.  All of these innovations changed warfare during World War I EXCEPT:
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63.  What was the context for Wilson’s doctor saying that he was a “man with his heart torn out”?
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64.  Between 1914 and 1921, World War I was directly responsible for the deaths of:
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65.  All of these took place in 1917 EXCEPT:
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