US History Unit 7 test 1
| All of the following were effects of the Stock Market Crash and the Great Depression EXCEPT:|
A. Prohibition abolished
B. Bank foreclosures
C. Thousands of business bankrupted
D. High unemployment
|Prohibition is the exception|
| All of the following were causes of the Stock Market Crash and the Great Depression EXCEPT:|
A. Overproduction of domestic goods
B. Speculation in the Stock Market
C. Less demand for manufactured goods
D. Underproduction of domestic goods
|D. Underproduction of domestic goods|
|Which industry had the most influence in changing Americans' social habits by the end of the 1920's?||automobile|
|Why did Prohibition fail?|| many Americans believed the law |
interfered with their personal freedom.
|In promising a return to "normalcy," President Harding was indicating:|| turning away from Europe and away from the |
programs of the Progressive Era.
|Which of the following best describes the administrations of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge? The||business of the American people is business!|
|The conclusion of the Sacco and Vanzetti trial suggested that:||many Americans had an unreasonable fear of radicals and foreigners.|
|One of the characteristics of the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920's was:||the accomplishments of African-American artists, poets, and writers who expressed their pride in being black.|
|One of the effects of the radio was that:||Americans began developing a national culture|
|The most urgent task facing President Roosevelt in 1933 was:||creating jobs for the unemployed|
|Alcohol prohibition is to this amendment:: as the repeal of the prohibition movement is to this amendment::||18th/21st|
|Upon taking office, President Roosevelt's first 100 days accomplished:||the passing of over 25 major pieces of New Deal legislation.|
|The purpose of President's Roosevelt's first fireside chat in 1933 was to:||rally public support for the government and the banking system.|
| The Harlem Renaissance was|
time when African Americans:
|expressed pride in African American culture and identity|
|In calling shantytowns "Hoovervilles", people expressed their:||disgust with Hoover|
|Hoover's political life ended as a result of the:||U.S. Army attacking the Bonus Army in Washington D.C.|
|Hoover's pledge of 'a chicken in every pot' promised:||continued spread of prosperity|
|The most enduring change that occurred in United States banking during the administration of Franklin Roosevelt was the:||federal insurance of bank deposits.|
|This was created to protect workers from unfair labor practices? It allowed workers to organize themselves into labor unions and engage in collective bargaining:||The Wagner Act|
|What did the Tennessee Valley Authority provide?||hydroelectic power to isolated regions in the southeast, provided jobs and provided flood control|
| The three original programs of Social Security included all of the following EXCEPT that to: |
A maintain state-operated unemployment insurance programs.
B ensure against poverty in old age.
C provide job security for government employees.
D subsidize welfare programs of the states.
|provide job security for government employees.|
|During the years of the Great Depression and the New Deal, African Americans received support from the White House through the support of this advisor to the Roosevelt Administration:||Eleanor Roosevelt|