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5 Matching questions

  1. The title of the novel that described the terrible conditions of the meat-packing industry was:
  2. In the presidential election of 1912, William Howard Taft:
  3. In 1917, a prohibition amendment to the Constitution:
  4. Contrary to his party's tradition, President Taft called for:
  5. The Underwood-Simmons Tariff:
  1. a A) lowered the average tariff and hence was supported by Wilson
  2. b B) a lower tariff
  3. c A) passed Congress, then went to the states for ratification
  4. d C) was the Republican candidate
  5. e C) The Jungle

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A) a forestry expert and leading conservationist
  2. C) the Audubon Society
  3. C) a professor and college president
  4. C) wrote The Principles of Scientific Management
  5. C) Taft's anti-trust suit against United States Steel

5 True/False questions

  1. In his first term as president, Wilson did all of the following EXCEPT:A) failed to reorganize the banking system

          

  2. At the Triangle Shirtwaist Company in 1911:B) passed in 1916

          

  3. The Federal Highways Act:C) authorized the popular election of U.S. senators

          

  4. The Seventeenth Amendment:B) passed in 1916

          

  5. Of the four presidential candidates in 1912, the one most likely to advocate government ownership of big business was:B) Eugene Debs