5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Triple Entente
- (Woodrow) Wilson
- Rural Sector
- Teapot Dome Scandal
- Triple Alliance
- a Secretary of the Interior, Albert Falls, leases federally protected oil fields to private companies in exchange for bribes.
- b This democratic nominee wins the election of 1912.
- c They are the true America: Chrisitan, moral, and best represent traditions of the nation.
- d France, Britain, Russia
- e Italy, Germany Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Italy changes sides halfway through)
5 Multiple choice questions
- Fear of communist revolution, fear grew out of Bolshevik Revolution and growing popularity of leftist ideas.
- Man hired by Wilson to head the Committee for Public Information.
- 1923-1928 Extremely conservative and Laissez-Faire. "The business of America is business."
- What's the name of the party Roosevelt establishes in the election of 1912 when he doesn't get the nomination?
- More aggressive anti-trust law that protected labor unions.
5 True/False questions
Sixteenth Amendment → Amendment that guarantees suffrage to women.
(William Howard) Taft → Roosevelt's handpicked successor who thought all trusts were bad and should be prosecuted. He breaks up the Steel Trust that was given Roosevelt's blessing.
(Theodore) Roosevelt → Vice President of McKinely. This man is very outdoorsy and politically astute as well as an extremely strong executive.
Wilson's Fourteen Points → John Scopes, a teacher who teaches evolution in school in Dayton, Tennessee, is arrested and put on trial for breaking state law. Win for the urban sector even though Scopes was proven guilty.
Panama Canal → Man hired by Wilson to head the Committee for Public Information.