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5 Matching questions

  1. Causes of WW2
  2. Platt Amendment
  3. Federal communications commussion
  4. Fourteen Points
  5. Nullification crisis
  1. a an agency that regulates U>S communications industries including radio and television stations
  2. b Southerners declared federal protective tariffs null and void, Jackson responded with Force bill and suggested compromising over tariff; John C Calhoun was a big advocate
  3. c Speech delivered by Woodrow Wilson at a Joint Session of Congress - gave reasons US should engage in WWI
  4. d Specified when the US could interviene in Cuban affairs
  5. e rise of dictators, treaty of versailles, appeasement, great depression

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the right to vote
  2. Early 1800s - Feminist - helped organize SenThe Mason and Dixon Line was created in the 1760s to set the boundary between the colonial charters of William Penn and Lord Baltimoreeca Falls
  3. failed attempt to help freed blacks during reconstruction - had promised blacks forty acres of land and a mule to plow with
  4. Meeting by Federalists dissatisfied with the war to draft a new Constitution; resulted in seemingly traitorous Federalist party's collapse
  5. Signed with Spain in 1795, the Treaty of San Lorenzo - also known as Pinckney's Treaty - gave the U.S. unrestricted access to the Mississippi River and established the border between the U.S. and Spanish Florida.

5 True/False questions

  1. James PolkPresident who acquired Florida and passed the Missouri Compromise and Monroe Doctrine


  2. Harriet Beecher Stowe1907-1909 - Roosevelt sent the Navy on a world tour to show the world the U.S. naval power. Also to pressure Japan into the "Gentlemen's Agreement."


  3. Gilded Agedesire, ability, and willingness to buy a product


  4. Autonomousself-governing


  5. Jacksonian DemocracyNew form of government that emphasized suffrage, platforms and nominating conventions