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5 Matching questions

  1. Lyndon Johnson
  2. Battle of the Bulge
  3. Pulitzer and Hearst
  4. Kent State Disaster
  5. Yalta Conference
  1. a In February 1945, Roosevelt met with Churchill and Stalin at a city on the Black Sea. Here the leaders made important decisions about the future of peace in Europe.
  2. b The U.S. President that grew up in Texas and won his election in 1964.
  3. c Germany's last counter offensive. This military drive broke through American lines. Lasting for a month, Germany retreated finally as the battle was carried to Berlin.
  4. d A college incident that left students dead as they marched in protest to the Vietnam War.
  5. e These two newspaper men captured the reading publics' imaginations in the late 1800s by publishing the largest circulation newspapers in the U.S.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Paying a small percentage of a stock's price as a down payment and borrowing the rest.
  2. A reform movement of the late 1800s that stressed returning control of the government to the people, restoring economic opportunities, and correcting the injustices of American life.
  3. He was not supposed to become President. But as the Vice President under McKinley he became President when McKinley was elected.
  4. Germany's military strategy during WWII or lightening war.
  5. Nixon's plan to distribute a portion of federal power to state and local governments.

5 True/False questions

  1. Winston ChurchillThe leader of Great Britain during WWII; famous for the iron curtain speech.


  2. MonopolyThe day allied forces invaded the coast of Normandy as it began the final defeat of Hitler.


  3. RockefellerA vote on bills started by the people.


  4. Bill ClintonThis was Wilson's plan for peace in Europe. Meeting in Paris with other world leaders, Wilson outlined a number of actions that the world should take in order to ensure peace then and in the future.


  5. Boss TweedIn 1871, this political boss and his organization pocketed 200 million dollars from New York City.