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TEKS 16 C/4 F

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  • Q1

    Why did the US Senate refuse to ratify the Treaty of Versailles? (4F)

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    The Senate believed the treaty did not punish Germany enough

    The Senate thought the treaty did not have the power to prevent secret alliances

    The Senate could not agree on military disarmament levels 

    The Senate would not support America's participation in the League of Nations

    30s
  • Q2

    The Fourteen Points reflected President Woodrow Wilson's belief that (4F)

    intervention in the affairs of other nations was never justifiable

    travel among nations should be regulated by an international organization 

    no country should be allowed to spend more on defense than any other country 

    cooperation among international leaders was essential to maintaining world peace 

    30s
  • Q3

    Which action best completes this cause-and-effect diagram? (16 C) 

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    Elected leaders lower tariff rates

    Companies lay off employees 

    Banks lower interest rates

    Labor unions demand higher wages

    30s
  • Q4

    Why did the federal government create this program in 1933? (16 C) 

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    To establish industrial centers in the region 

    To provide jobs and improve the regional standard of living 

    To promote organic farming practices 

    To offset the effects of urbanization and rapid population growth 

    30s

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