To reverse the Dred Scott decision
To abolish black codes in the South
To punish former Confederate soldiers
To help former slaves migrate to the North
To establish a commonwealth of colonies
To establish military bases around the world
To acquire new markets and sources of raw materials
To spread democratic ideals to other areas of the world
A large portion of the population was industrial workers.
Many cattle ranchers worked there.
A large portion of the population was farmers.
Many immigrants settled there.
Native Americans were forced to accept treaties and land east of the Mississippi River.
Native Americans were forced to give up reservations with the passage of the Monroe Doctrine.
Native Americans were forced to mine gold discovered by settlers.
Native Americans were forced onto reservations while settlers took their land.
Imperialism fueled steel production in the United States.
New Deal policies created jobs for many of the unemployed.
The Sherman Antitrust Act allowed for regulation of big business.
Laissez-faire economic policies allowed private businesses to operate freely.
Opening more doors of diplomacy
Considering the needs of native peoples
Violating fundamental human rights
Establishing protection for weaker countries
They won shorter hours and better pay for workers.
They helped workers take over ownership of factories and mines.
They worked with lawmakers to pass pro-business legislation.
They welcomed workers of any race or gender to join in their strikes.
It guaranteed farmers access to the railroad.
It provided farmers with subsidies for their crops.
It offered tax incentives to farmers who settled in the West.
It offered free land to farmers who would improve it within five years.
Make more land for Native Americans in the West
Attract more Latin Americans to the West
Make land available for cotton plantations in the West
Attract more migrants to the West
It returned confiscated land to former confederates.
It allowed the Freedmen’s Bureau to allocate farmland to former slaves.
It permitted land ownership to anyone who would grow cotton.
It enforced General William T. Sherman’s field order to redistribute coastal land.
To end world hunger
To prevent future wars
To unify the world economy
To spread democracy in the world
The government prevented businesses from raising prices due to research and development costs.
The government provided business incentives to companies in order to lower prices for the consumer.
The government established fair business practices to prevent manufacturers from forming monopolies.
The government required businesses to indicate the ingredients in their products in order to protect the consumer.
President Hoover was very popular during the depression.
They blamed President Hoover for the depression.
They wanted to remember President Hoover.
President Hoover grew up in similar housing.
People were less likely to leave their money in unstable banks.
People began spending their money rather than saving it.
People saved money rather than spending it.
People were more likely to take out loans.
To track cost overruns in state Medicare programs
To monitor corporate compliance with Federal Reserve regulations
To provide jobs to unemployed workers during the New Deal
To judge the benefi ts of military spending after the expensive Manhattan Project
Northern states offered them free farmland.
Labor unions in the North recruited them as members.
Southern Jim Crow laws restricted their job opportunities.
New laws forced them to leave the South or pay heavy fines.
To escape the threat of war in Europe
To spread new political ideas from Europe
To bring new industrial techniques to the United States
To take advantage of economic opportunities in the United States
Break up corporate trusts
Avoid interfering with strikes
Regulate corporate profi ts
Avoid free and open competition
They broadened states rights to avoid military conflict.
They engaged in propaganda to defeat other political parties.
They expanded government involvement in people’s lives.
They followed a laissez-faire economic approach to avoid regulation.
Expanding participation in the political process
Reducing government’s infl uence in the economy
Giving more power to political parties
Increasing federal control over the states
The government placed quotas on immigration.
The government restricted job opportunities for immigrants.
The government required immigrants to attend public schools.
The government insisted on more immigration for economic growth.
African Americans should not pay attention to the war.
African Americans should participate fully and fi ght in the war.
African Americans should support the war only in non-combat roles.
African Americans should pressure the nation to withdraw from the war.
Thousands of families left for the West Coast.
It brought economic prosperity to urban areas.
Thousands of individuals relocated to the East.
It caused a population decline in northeastern cities.
A lack of jobs in cities
Unfair treatment by employers
A lack of jobs in agriculture
Unfair legislation by the federal government