5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Axis (facists)
- Un-Written Constitution
- New Nationalism
- The Federalist Papers
- Federal Reserve System
- a Theo Roosevelt's system in which the government would cordinate economic activity - government would regulate business
- b Germany, Italy, Japan
- c privately owned, publicly controlled, central bank of the United States
- d A set of precedents, customs, procedures and practices that are not specifically mentioned in the Constitution.
- e This collection of essays by John Jay, Alexander Hamilton, and James Madison, explained the importance of a strong central government. It was published to convince New York to ratify the Constitution.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a scientific theory of natural selection and the survival of the fittest as applied to society and used to justify imperialism and racism
- 1866 - established by William Sylvis - wanted 8hr work days, banking reform, and an end to conviction labor - attempt to unite all laborers
- Treaty with Spain which opened trade and redefined Florida boundary (1795)
- Built a steel mill empire; US STEEL
- group of farmers refused to pay federal excise tax on whiskey, Washington responds decisively with troops (1794)
5 True/False questions
Monroe Doctrine → Italy
William Seward → US senator who negotiated purchase of Alaska
executive branch → The part of the U.S. government that enforces the laws (the President and federal agencies)
Kansas-Nebraska Act → 1878 - Authorized coinage of a limited number of silver dollars and "silver certificate" paper money. First of several government subsidies to silver producers in depression periods. Required government to buy between $2 and $4 million worth of silver. Created a partial dual coinage system referred to as "limping bimetallism." Repealed in 1900.
Dynasty → a family of rulers whose right to rule is hereditary