← AP US unit 6 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 5.6 populism, people's party, 1889-1896
- 6.6 Big Four
- 6.3 Northern Securities Case, 1902
- 6.2 recall, early 1900s
- 5.6 Gold Standard Act, 1900
- a Allied leaders at Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Wilson (US), George (Britain), orlando (Italy), and Clemenceau (france).
- b Railroad trust company wants monopoly of North West. Roosevelt and Supreme Court rule no and trust is disolved.
- c Made gold only standard for redeeming paper money. No silver could be exchanged for gold (bimetallism). Under McKinely.
- d Form of dircet democracy. Allowed removal of elected officials before term expires. Usually in form of petition (initiative) and then vote on local ballot to remove official.
- e rose in late 1800s, rights for farmers and workers, 8 hour workday, less immigration. In 1892, Weaver runs for president, anti-corporation "monied interests", concerned with small money circulation, anti-protective tariff
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Folklorist, anthropologist and author in Harlem Renaissance. "Their Eyes were watching God."
- Slogan of Roosevelt's extension to Monroe Doctrine.
- American industrialist and founder of Ford Motor Company. Makes assembly line and mass production. "Fordism" is mass production of inexpensive goods coupled with high wages for workers.
- 30th president, after death of Harding. Restores confidence in white house after scandal. Middle class supporter and laissez-faire.
- All law made by humans so all law has imperfections it says.
5 True/False Questions
6.3 Gifford Pinchot, 1910 → Federal government collection of money from sale of public lands in west to develop irrigation projects
6.3 Adamson Act, 1916 → Establishes 8 hour workday for railroad workers, raises pay for overtime, first to regulate hours of private company, made to avoid nationwide strike. Under Wilson.
6.8 Warren Harding, 1921-1923 → Also known as Revenue Act tariff. Re-imposes federal income tax and lowers tariff from 40% to 25%. Under Wilson.
6.3 Workmen's Compensation Act, 1913 → Establishes compensation by state, injured have right to health care and money.
6.6 George Creel → American soldiers