5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The flow of immigrants to the English colonies in the seventeenth century
- George H.W. Bush
- James Oglethorpe
- Edward Bellamy
- a was determined by political upheaval, religious persecution, and economic recession.
- b Journalists who attempted to find corruption or wrongdoing in industries and expose it to the public
- c state-run economy to provide conflict-free society
- d republican, former director of CIA, oil company founder/owner, foreign policy (panama, gulf war), raised taxes eventhough said he wouldnt, more centrist than his son, NAFTA negotiation
- e established colony of Georgia as a place for honest debtors
5 Multiple choice questions
- Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.
- revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occuring in the Arab world. Early 2010s
- This amendment freed all slaves without compensation to the slaveowners. It legally forbade slavery in the United States.
- Founded by Joseph Smith, who claimed he was visited by God: 1830 he published a document called "The Book of Mormon." He said it was a translation of a set of gold tablets he had found in the hills of New York, revealed to him by an angel of God. Also known as Latter-Day Saints
- A plan that the US came up with to revive war-torn economies of Europe. This plan offered $13 billion in aid to western and Southern Europe.
5 True/False questions
Tupac Shakur → founder of modern communism
Northwest Ordinance → a massive surprise attack by the Vietcong on South Vietnamese towns and cities in early 1968.
The lives of Roger Williams and Anne Hutchinson indicate that → Massachusetts Bay faced difficulties in creating the perfect society in America.
Harlem Renaissance → Became president when FDR died; gave the order to drop the atomic bomb.
Franklin Pierce → an American politician and the fourteenth President of the United States. Pierce's popularity in the North declined sharply after he came out in favor of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, repealing the Missouri Compromise and reopening the question of the expansion of slavery in the West.