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The Seventeenth Amendment to the Constitution dealt with

the electoral college

When Theodore Roosevelt assumed the presidency in 1901

neither A nor B

In regards to his political ideology, Theodore Roosevelt was

in many respects, decidedly conservative

When he assumed the presidency in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt

the youngest American ever to hold that office

During Theodore Roosevelt's first three years as president

he believed that public opinion alone would eliminate most corporate abuses

In the 1902 strike by the United Mine Workers, President Theodore Roosevelt

ordered federal arbitration

In the election of 1904, Theodore Roosevelt

easily won his party nomination and the general election

All of the following legislation was passed during Theodore Roosevelt's administration EXCEPT

Interstate Commerce Act

Upton Sinclair's 1906 novel, The Jungle encouraged the federal government to regulate the

meatpacking industry

When it came to environmental issues, Theodore Roosevelt

both A and B

As an environmental conservationist, President Theodore Roosevelt

added extensive areas of land to the national forest system

The first director of the National Forest Service was

Gifford Pinchot

The Sierra Club was founded by

John Muir

Which statement regarding the controversy over Hetch Hetchy Valley is FALSE?

Theodore Roosevelt led the fight in favor of building a dam at Hetch Hetchy

The Panic of 1907 was caused by

neither A nor B

In 1908, Theodore Roosevelt did not run for another term as president because

in 1904 he had promised not to run again

In the election of 1908, William Howard Taft

was hand-picked by Theodore Roosevelt to succeed him

As president, William Howard Taft

neither A nor B

The Payne-Aldrich Tariff of 1909

resulted in President William H. Taft losing favor with progressives

In 1909, a controversy involving Richard Ballinger and Gifford Pinchot saw

President William H. Taft fire Pinchot for insubordination

In 1910, in Osawatomie, Kansas, Theodore Roosevelt announced a set of political principles that called for

greater activism by the federal government

In 1912, Theodore Roosevelt ran for president, in part, because

the Taft administration implied Roosevelt had acted improperly as president

In the presidential campaign of 1912,

Theodore Roosevelt ran on a third-party ticket

The 1912 presidential election was an ideological contest between

both A and B

In the 1912 presidential election results

Woodrow Wilson won only a plurality of the popular vote

In his political program known as "New Freedom," Woodrow Wilson believed trusts

should be ended altogether

As president, Woodrow Wilson

more tightly controlled his executive power than had Theodore Roosevelt

During President Woodrow Wilson's first term, Colonel Edward House

was one of Wilson's closest advisors

The 1913 Underwood-Simmons Tariff

was intended to weaken the power of business trusts

In 1913, as a result of the Sixteenth Amendment, Congress

passed a graduated income tax

In 1913, a major reform of American banking was achieved with the creation of the

Federal Reserve Act

The Federal Reserve Act

created a new type of paper currency

The Federal Trade Commission Act

determined whether business practices were acceptable to the government

By the fall of 1914, President Woodrow Wilson

believed his reform program had largely been accomplished.)

In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson

neither A nor B

After the elections of 1914, President Woodrow Wilson

began another round of progressive legislation

The 1916 Keating-Owen Act was the first federal law regulating

child labor

The Supreme Court, in two rulings related to the 1916 Keating-Owen Act,

struck down reform legislation

President Theodore Roosevelt defined "civilized" and "uncivilized" nations on the basis of

both A and B

President Theodore Roosevelt's policies in regard to Asia were intended

to prevent any single nation from being dominant

As a result of the Russo-Japanese War in 1904-1905

President Theodore Roosevelt agreed to mediate an end to the conflict

As part of his Asian diplomacy, President Theodore Roosevelt

both A and B

The 1904 "Roosevelt Corollary"

stated that the U.S. had a right to intervene in the affairs of neighboring countries

Prior to the United States' construction of the Panama Canal,

the French had failed to build a canal at the same site

In order to secure control of the Panama Canal zone, the United States

assisted a revolution in Panama

"Dollar Diplomacy" is to be associated primarily with the administration of

William Howard Taft

The policy idea behind "Dollar Diplomacy" was

to extend investments by the United States in less-developed regions

The diplomatic efforts by President Woodrow Wilson towards Latin America

were similar to Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft

In the early twentieth century, United States actions toward Mexico included

both A and B

In his dealings with Pancho Villa, President Woodrow Wilson

ordered a military expedition into Mexico to capture Villa

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