Malik Price Social Studies 3

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Roosevelt's recovery program (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

New Deal

fair treatment of all nations following WWI (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

just peace

Harding's postwar program (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

return to normalcy

legislation controlling corporation competition practices (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

National Industrial Recovery Act

Wilson's program of political and social reform (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

progressivism

program of flood control and soil conservation (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

Tennessee Valley Authority

resulted in five-nation treaty banning build-up of a certain military equipment (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

Washington Disarmament Conference

legislation for veteran bonuses (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

Patman Bill

Roosevelt's initial program to pass as much legislation as possible (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

First Hundred Days

financial aid to Europe (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

Young Plan

organization for black person's rights (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

National Urban Leage

British ship sunk by Germans (Tennessee Valley Authority, Nationla Industrial Recovery Act, National Urban League, Lusitania, just peace, return to normalcy, First Hundred Days, Washington Disarmament Conference, New Deal, Young Plan, progressivism, Patman Bill)

Lusitania

World peace following World War I was proposed by Wilson's: A. Foreign Legion B. Fourteen Points C. League of Nations D. Treaty of Versailles E. none of these

B. Fourteen Points

Who was the General in command of American forces during World War I? A. Pershing B. Allenby C. Haig D. Kitchener E. Mitchell

A. Pershing

The signing of the Treaty of Versailles ended World War I. True or False

True

After World War I, what was Wilson's organization for settling world problems? A. Washington Disarmament Conference B. Fourteen Points C. League of Nations

C. League of Nations

Wilson's program of political and social reform was called A. Prohibition B. Progressivism C. Internationalism

B. Progressivism

Active involvement in world affairs is called internationalism. True or False

True

The ban on liquor sales as outlined in the Eighteenth Amendment was called: A. New Deal B. Prohibition C. Progressivism

B. Prohibition

An organization that sought to prevent any establishment of the rights of blacks was the: A. Knights of Columbus B. NAACP C. Ku Klux Klan D. Masons E. Knights Templar

C. Ku Klux Klan

Which event and similiar incidents drew the United States into World War I? A. sinking of the Lusitania B. Germany invades Belgium C. Russia surrenders to Germany

A. sinking of the Lusitania

The collapse of the German economy led to the German surrender in World War I. True or False

False

German land was divided and its military was reduced by: A. the Kellogg-Briand Pack B. the League of Nations C. the Treaty of Versailles

C. the Treaty of Versailles

Harding's return to normalcy program echoed the sentiments of the American people following World War I. True or False

True

The most publicized scandal during President Harding's administration was known as: A. the Patman Scandal B. the Teapot Dome Scandal C. the Immigration Restrictions

B. the Teapot Dome Scandal

Coolidge backed immigration restrictions and tax reductions. True or False

True

Much of the blame for the Depression was placed unfairly on Hoover. True or False

True

Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal policies were greatly influenced by what two former presidents? A. Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson B. Calvin Coolidge and Warren Harding C. Herbert Hoover and Woodrow Wilson

A. Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson

Roosevelt's determination did much to bring hope to the United States during the Depression. True or False

True

Stalin used dictatorial methods in Russia. True or False

True

Fourteen Points A. Herbert Hoover B. Calvin Coolidge C. Warren G. Harding D. Woodrow Wilson

D. Woodrow Wilson

Home Loan Bank System A. Herbert Hoover B. Calvin Coolidge C. Warren G. Harding D. Woodrow Wilson

A. Herbert Hoover

Washington Disarmament Conference A. Herbert Hoover B. Calvin Coolidge C. Warren G. Harding D. Woodrow Wilson

C. Warren G. Harding

McNary-Haugen Farm Relief Bill A. Herbert Hoover B. Calvin Coolidge C. Warren G. Harding D. Woodrow Wilson

B. Calvin Coolidge

Patman Bill A. Calvin Coolidge B. Woodrow Wilson C. Herbert Hoover D. Warren G. Harding

D. Warren G. Harding

Teapot Dome Scandal A. Calvin Coolidge B. Woodrow Wilson C. Herbert Hoover D. Warren G. Harding

D. Warren G. Harding

Young Plan A. Calvin Coolidge B. Woodrow Wilson C. Herbert Hoover D. Warren G. Harding

A. Calvin Coolidge

Treaty of Versailles A. Calvin Coolidge B. Woodrow Wilson C. Herbert Hoover D. Warren G. Harding

B. Woodrow Wilson

Which of the following programs were created during FDR's administration? (4 answers) A. Foruteen Points B. Social Security Act C. Home Loan Bank System D. Washington Disarmament Act E. Agriculture Adjustment Act F. McNary-Aughen Farm Relief Bill, G. Patman Bill H. Teapot Dome Scandal I. Civilian Conservation Corps J. National Industrial Recovery Act K. Young Plan L. Emergency Quota Act M. Treaty of Versailles

B. Social Security . E. Agriculture Adjustment Act I. Civilian Conservation Corps J. National Industrial Recovery Act

Four causes of the Great Depression included: A. a weak economy B. agricultural overproduction C. an imbalance of foreign trade D. stock market stability E. overextended credit

A. a weak economy B. agricultural overproduction C. an imbalance of foreign trade E. overextended credit (all of them except stock market stability)

Select the five nations that were Allied Powers of World War I: A. England B. Japan C. United States D. Switzerland E. France G. Italy

A. England B. Japan C. United States E. France G. Italy (all of them except Switzerland)

An event leading to German surrender was the surrender of Russia. True or False

False

Postwar United States was most interested in: A. a return to a normal state of affairs B. rural living C. the backing of the League of Nations D. the lack of Prohibition E. open immigration

A. a return to a normal state of affairs

What important piece of legislation was passed during Harding's administration? A. National Industrial Recovery Act B. Emergency Quota Act C. Patman Bill

B. Emergency Quota Act

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