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APUSH Unit 6 Exam Review (Period 7 Part 1)

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  • Q1
    Which of the following cases is an example of the Supreme Court invalidating state regulatory laws?
    Mueller v. Oregon
    Lochner v. New York
    Plessy v. Ferguson
    Williams v. Mississippi
  • Q2
    What did Theodore Roosevelt threaten to do to bring big coal companies to the negotiating table during the 1902 coal strike?
    Arrest and jail the companies' workers and owners
    Promote the use of natural gas nationwide
    Nationalize the coal companies
    Institute a federal minimum wage
  • Q3
    What was the outcome of the Supreme Court's decision in the 1911 Standard Oil case?
    The longstanding 'rule of reason' was declared unconstitutional
    The monopoly was broken up into several competing companies
    The Standard Oil Trust remained in place for several more decades
    The Sherman Antitrust Act was declared unconstitutional
  • Q4
    Which statement characterizes President Theodore Roosevelt's approach to the nation's natural resources?
    He became a convert to conservation after he left the presidency
    He was a preservationist who opposed the exploitation of natural resources
    He was a conservationist who tried to balance commercial and public interests
    He called for a repeal of the Forest Reserve Act of 1891
  • Q5
    The expansionist foreign policy of the 1890s derived significant inspiration from
    Social Darwinism
  • Q6
    Soon after the explosion of the USS Maine, a US naval board of inquiry blamed the sinking on
    an underwater mine
    a preemptive strike by the Spanish against US intervention
    an unfortunate accident
    Cuban patriots who were hoping to provoke US intervention
  • Q7
    The open door note, composed by US Secretary of State John Hay, called for
    an end to all foreign spheres of influence in China
    equal access for all countries seeking to trade with China
    an end to the Chinese taxing system
    a repeal of the extraterritoriality agreements with China
  • Q8
    Theodore Roosevelt's big-stick diplomacy policy was demonstrated
    with the strength and effectiveness of the US Navy
    when he mediated the Russo-Japanese War
    with his actions in the anthracite coal strike
    through his actions with the Rough Riders in Cuba
  • Q9
    How did the US acquire the land it needed to build the Panama Canal?
    Roosevelt bribed Columbian officials so that they would agree
    The US lent covert assistance to free Panama from Colombia
    John Hay negotiated a peaceful transfer treaty with Columbia
    It agreed to buy the isthmus from Columbia
  • Q10
    What changes occurred in American trade with the Allies and the Central Powers between 1914 and 1916?
    Commerce with both sides rose equally because Americans supplied both with food and arms
    Trade with both sides was severely curtailed by naval attacks on the high seas
    Commerce with the Allies rose nearly fourfold, while it dwindled with the Central Powers
    Trade with the Allies dropped by half, whereas trade with the Central Powers tripled
  • Q11
    The term 'Great Migration' refers to
    African Americans moving from the South to the North during WWI
    Mexican Americans leaving farm labor for industrial jobs in southwestern cities
    the American Expeditionary Force traveling en masse to Europe to fight
    women moving to the cities to take the jobs vacated by men going off to war
  • Q12
    How did the US curb dissent against WWI on the homefront?
    The Committee on Public Information educated Americans about the war's necessity for their safety
    The American Protective League sponsored short prowar speeches at movie theaters and other public venues
    The Committee on Public Information produced government propaganda to support the war
    The 'One Hundred Percent Americans' campaign provided government propaganda to support the war
  • Q13
    Welfare capitalism emerged in the 1920s in part to
    ensure workers' health
    improve workers' productivity
    stop unionization
    win government pensions for the elderly
  • Q14
    Which statement describes the proceedings against Sacco and Vanzetti?
    Their quick trial and execution in 1921 exemplified antiradical hysteria
    Scholars still debate their guilt, but most agree that they did not receive a fair trial
    Despite high emotions aroused by their case, Sacco and Vanzetti did receive a fair trial
    Their acquittal reflected the waning of the Red Scare hysteria
  • Q15
    How did the rejuvenated Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s differ from its Reconstruction-era form?
    The new Klan found most of its support in the rural South
    The group targeted Catholics and Jews as well as blacks
    It abandoned violence in favor of economic boycotts
    It was a patriotic group, not a racist one

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