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chapters 14-20 review text

The purpose of Lincoln's ad Johnson's plan for Reconstruction was to
encourage rapid readmission of ex-Confederate states into the Union.
In 1865 a number of souther states passed Black Codes in Order to
Control movement and provide a stable workforce for the plantations.
The Freedmen's Bureau provided all of the following except
Protection from sharecropping agreements.
Which of the following was NOT provided for African Americans by congressional Reconstruction
Distribution of confiscated confederate farmlands.
President Andrew Johnson was impeached for
removing a radical republican from his cabinet.
An analysis of the election of 1868 best supports the conclusion that
republican victory depended on the votes of african americans.
The republican reconstruction governments in the south accomplished all of the following except
reducing waste and corruption in local and state governments.
By the end of reconstruction most blacks in the south
worked on farms as renters and sharecroppers.
The "redeemers" in the South supported
states' rights and white supremacy.
Congressional Reconstruction ended in 1877 because
it was part of a compromise to resolve the disputed election of 1876.
Which of the following characterized agriculture in BOTH the west and the south in the period 1870-1900
increased production
The outbreak of the Indian wars of 1870s was caused by all of the following except
the division of tribal lands into individual farms for tribal members.
The goals of the assimilationists were most in conflict with which of the following
terms of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.
The chief cause of farm protest in the late 19th century was
middlemen, trusts and railroads.
The Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 is most closely associated with
hostility to foreigners in western states.
According to the Turner thesis, the frontier encouraged all of the following except
growth of class division.
After the grander laws ran into legal problems and were overturned in the case of wabash vs illinois, congress attempted to provide relief through the
interstate commerce act.
the main result of the crop lien system in the south in the late 19th century was
a cycle of debt for tenant farmers
the new south movement promoted all of the following except
social integration of the races
The supreme court upheld "seperate but equal" accomodations for public transportation in the case of
plessy v. ferguson
During the railroad expansion from 1860 to `900 all of the following were true except
no laws were passed to regulate the railroads.
In the 19th century railroads formed pools in order to
fix prices and divide business for greater profit
Which of the following was NOT considered a proper function of government in the late 19th century
protection of workers from unfair labor practices.
The U.S. economy in the late 19th century was characterized by all of the following except
acceptance of unions and collective bargaining.
The decisions of the supreme court in the late 19th century most often
favored corporations
Social Darwinists would most likely support which of the following
nonregulation of business
The concept of the gospel of welath is reflected in all of the following statements except
money should be distributed to the poor and the homeless
which of the following accurately describes a trend in American society in the late 1880s and 1890s
the workplace became more tightly organized and structured.
the most effective and enduring labor union in the post-civil war era
focused on such goals as higher wages and shorter hours for skilled workers
Which of the following was NOT true of the AMerican labor movement in the late 19th century
labor rights were protected by laws of congress
Which of the following is a correct statement about immigration from 1890-1914
most of the immigrants came from southern and eastern europe
which of the following groups were NOT included among the new immigrants of the late 19th century
Scandinavian farmers
All of the following characterized america's large cities in the last decades of the 19th century except
transportation limited to the central business district
which of the following were most likely to help immigrants adjust to city life in the late 19th century
politicians from tammany hall
Settlement houses were characterized by all of the following except
took little interest in legislative reforms
which of the following did NOT contributed to the development of suburbs in teh UNited STates
European suburban development patterns
This association of poverty with progress is the great enigma of our times... so long as all the increased wealth which mdoern progress brings goes but to build up great fortunes progress is not real and cannot be permanent.
Henry George
Changes in education between 1865 and 1900 included all of the following except
increased emphasis on classical curriculum
which of the following were both examples of realism in the 19th century realism and art
jack london novel and ashcan school
all of the following contributed to the growth of sports and entertainment in the late 19th century america except
puritan ethic and victorian values
Which of the following is a correct statement about national politics in the gilded age?
The two major parties avoided taking strong positions on the issues
the issue of patronage was least involved in which of the following
the nomination of James B. Weaver as a presidential candidate
What two issues dominated national politics in the late 19th century
the money suppy and the protective tariff
In the late 19th century inflationary money policies did NOT appeal to
The Republican billion-dollar congress did all of the following except
enact a law regulating interstate commerce
transportation being a means of exchange and a pubkic necessity the government should
the platform of the populist party
in the election of 1896 the major issue was
the free and unlimited coinage of silver
all of the following were reasons for the decline of the populist party except
waning popularity of grover cleveland.
which of the following conclusions is supported by date in the table
the republcians broke the divided control of congress in elections of the late 1890s
the date in the table would be most relevant in an investigation of which of the following historical topics
political dominance in congress from garfield mckinley
By the end of the 19th century, jingoism in the united states was encouraged by all of the following except
new immigrants
which of the following statements best defines the Open Door policy
all nations should have equal trading rights in China
which of the following DOES NOT correctly describe how a territory was added to the united states
cuba annexed by congress
all of the following concerned U.S. japanese relations except the
teller amendment
which of the following was an immediate cause of the spanish-american war
the sinking of the maine
which of the following best explains the influence of yellow journalism on u.s. foreign policy in the 1890s
sensational news stories stirred the anger of the american public
the roosevelt corollary to the monroe doctrine called for
intervening in latin american nations that could not pay their debts to european creditors
which statement accurately summarizes theodore roosevelts policy on the panama canal
roosevelt gave military support to panama's revolt against colombia
woodrow wilson's foreign policy differed from that of theodore roosevelt and william howard taft by its emphasis on
the application of moral principles to foreign affairs
in 1917 countries shaded on the above map were
subject to U.s. military intervention