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TEKS US History High School - H.15.D: International Military Conflicts

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High School - U.S. History
Social Studies
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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  • Q1
    Which statement would most likely be found in a history of the economic impact of the Spanish-American War on the United States?
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    Statement 2
    Statement 3
    Statement 4
    Statement 1
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  • Q2
    The policy outlined in the excerpt was directly influenced by problems that the U.S. Navy had recently confronted during -
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    the Mexican War
    the Spanish-American War
    the Cuban Revolution
    World War I
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  • Q3
    This World War I-era poster was intended to persuade -
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    people to help finance the war
    farmers to consume fewer scarce goods during the war
    women to work producing war materials
    people to save money during the war
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  • Q4
    Which of the following was primarily responsible for the change depicted in this illustration?
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    A crackdown on anarchism after the assassination of President William McKinley
    An increase in circulating currency after the discovery of gold in Nome, Alaska
    Overseas expansion associated with the Spanish-American War
    New immigrant screening procedures at Ellis Island
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  • Q5
    This 1917 poster depicts a worker in a shipyard. This poster could be used to support which assertion?
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    Use of new war technologies required extensive training.
    Standardization of parts helped streamline the production of munitions.
    Conscription caused a shortage of laborers during wartime.
    Demand for labor in war industries helped increase employment.
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  • Q6
    What was one economic effect of the Spanish-American War?
    Demand for coal and petroleum as energy sources declined.
    New free and fair trade treaties were established between the United States and developing countries
    The United States gained direct access to additional natural resources and overseas markets.
    Shipbuilding industries in the United States declined.
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