5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Kent State Disaster
- 19th Amendment
- Progressive Movement
- Nuremburg Trials
- a The establishment of fixed amounts of goods able to be purchased by citizens that were needed by the military.
- b A reform movement of the late 1800s that stressed returning control of the government to the people, restoring economic opportunities, and correcting the injustices of American life.
- c A college incident that left students dead as they marched in protest to the Vietnam War.
- d After the fall of Germany, this event was conducted to expose and convict the leaders of Germany responsible for the war and the crimes committed against allied countries.
- e In 1919, this amendment granted women the right to vote.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A Soviet leader initiated a series of peace talks with the U.S. during the last days of the Soviet Union.
- A five member watch dog commission established in 1914, it investigated possible violations of regulatory statues and business monopolies.
- He was an American General that led the invasion force of France and later Germany.
- The illegal use of political influence for personal gain.
- A former governor of Georgia and a peanut farmer, the democratic candidate won the election of 1976.
5 True/False Questions
Oppenheimer → He was an entrepreneur that revolutionized business practices. As an oil magnate, he came to great wealth later selling his holdings to become one of the great philanthropists.
Glasnot → This name identified workers that crossed strikers' picket lines and worked in their place.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr → Germany's last counter offensive. This military drive broke through American lines. Lasting for a month, Germany retreated finally as the battle was carried to Berlin.
Pure Food and Drug Act → The attorney on the side of Brown in the Brown vs. Board of Education case. An important figure in getting rid of segregation.
Haight-Asbury → A voluntary cavalry under the command of Wood and Teddy Roosevelt that supposedly road up San Juan Hill in the Spanish American war.