Which of the following was often used by Congress to limit immigration? A. Literacy Tests B. Quota System C. Health Exams D. Criminal records
When can the government restrict information released by the press? The government can never restrict information released by the press. The government can only restrict information when it could be harmful to an individual’s reputation. The government can only restrict information released when practicing prior restraint. The government can only restrict information that could present an immediate threat to security or the public.
How did Lenin propose to strengthen the new Russia? He left economic and industrial progress up to individual soviets, or councils. He vowed to destroy all noncommunist countries in Europe. He kept the constitution of the provisional government. He set up separate republics for different ethnic groups.
Which is the most accurate description of The Federalist Papers? the Federalist party platform for the 1788 elections a popular anti-British booklet of the pre-Revolutionary era a collection of essays arguing the merits of the Constitution a series of congressional acts defining the relationship between the federal and state governments NextReset
A person studying economics can make better choices about purchases if that person understands A. goods. B.services. C.production. D.consequences and tradeoffs.
Which part of the UN oversees UNICEF and WHO? Security Council General Assembly International Court of Justice Economic and Social Council
People who lived in eastern bloc countries after World War II could not hold jobs. participate in government. travel on street cars. send children to school.
Which of the following is an effect of faster, easier communication? A. People are more apt to question information. B. Lower classes are more likely to lead the way in globalization. C. Cultures become less diverse and more cohesive. D. Metanarratives become more popular.
One of Washington’s most important precedents was the A. selection of a vice president. B. formation of a cabinet. C. signing of the Judiciary Act. D. ending of the Supreme Court.
What was the name given to the banning of alcoholic beverages? A. Integration B. Prohibition C. Abolition D. Absolutism
Choose all that apply. The two Persian leaders who tried to conquer Greece were: Xerxes Cyprus Darius I Xispa II Solon
Which field illustrates the influence of Greek mythology and symbolism? medicine literature science all of these
What is the source of the national government’s delegated powers? 1.the Constitution 2.the Congress 3.state governments 4.international treaties
Which best explains how the president selects a justice for the Supreme Court? The president selects a judge that is qualified but disagrees with him on issues. The president selects a judge whom he considers the most qualified and will most likely support his agenda. The president selects a qualified judge that Congress proposes. The president selects a qualified judge whom existing judges approve of.
Why is the historical and cultural context of "Civil Peace" important to understanding and appreciating the story?
How did the corrupt bargain affect the US political party system Im the 1820s A. the US went back to having only one political party B.Voters did not register as member of political parties C.a new political party formed-the democrats D.and old political party collapsed-the federalists
Which of the following describes federalism? A strong national legislature gives equal voice to all citizens. State governments dominate a weak national legislature. State and national governments share power. A strong executive directs national policy for dependent states.
During World War I, the zigzag pattern of trenches on the front lines was designed to A.provide a place from which to fire on the enemy. B.supply soldiers with a place to store weapons. C.protect troops from enemy fire. D.shield machine guns from enemy attack.
Which of the following was not an infamous extermination camp? 1.Leningrad 2.Treblinka 3.Auschwitz 4. Jasenovac
The sinking of the _______ resulted in the deaths of 1,195 people. A. Lusitania B. Titanic C. Victory D. Revolution
An area organized into an independent political unit is a select one: a. colony. b. nationality. c. satellite. d. state. e. suburb.
How did the “island-hopping” strategy save American lives in World War II? US forces did not attack Japanese-held islands with no strategic importance. Allied forces attacked Japanese-held island by sea and air only. US forces attacked Japanese-held islands with weak defenses. Allied forces attacked different islands, sharing the losses equally.
1. How did construction of aqueducts most impact Roman life? (1 point) A. enhanced understanding of human ailments and injuries B. improved public sanitation and access to fresh water C. sped up transportation across the empire D. made it easier for Roman officials to rule the provinces 2. How did the Roman empire support its expansion and integrate culture on three continents? (1 point) A. The construction of roads and bridges facilitated trade and communication. B. Merchants, artisans, and engineers were granted upper-class status, securing their loyalty. C. Building aqueducts, monuments, and other public works employed more people and generated income. D. The empire imposed Roman religious beliefs and required subjected peoples to adopt the Latin language. 3. Which of the following is significant about the law of nations? (1 point) A. It declared people are innocent until proven guilty. B. It gave citizens the right to a trial by jury. C. It promoted the rule of law. D. It outlined penalties for crimes. 4. How did Romans use science and mathematics to improve the lives of the Roman people? (1 point) A. They developed telescopes to accurately map the solar system. B. They built roads, aqueducts, and harbors and improved public health. C. they developed the use of columns in their architecture. D. They developed the first vaccine for smallpox. 5. Which basic principle of today’s laws was unfamiliar to citizens of ancient Rome? (1 point) A. The accused can face the accuser and mount a defense. B. Everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty. C. People of all social classes receive equal treatment. D. Judges study the laws and come to fair decisions. 6. What did the poet Horace mean by these words? Greece has conquered her rude conqueror. (1 point) A. Although Rome ruled Greece, Greece controlled the Roman senate. B. Although Greece conquered Rome, Rome conquered Greece culturally. C. Although Greece excelled in cultural achievements, Rome had little respect for Greece. C. Although Rome conquered Greece, Greece conquered Rome culturally. 7. Which important new idea did Ptolemy put forward? (1 point) A. The sun is the center of the universe. B. The earth is round. C. Comets have oval orbits. D. The earth is the center of the universe. 8. Which reforms by Augustus helped unify the empire and integrate cultures? Select all that apply. (2 points) A. He made the senate into an efficient civil service. B. He allowed cities and provinces a great deal of self-government. C. He ordered scholars to collect all provincial laws. D. He conducted a census to use as a basis for fairer taxation.
The majority of Populist Party members were a. immigrants. b. former slaves. c. farmers. d. bankers.
Which factor is most likely to help move a dictatorship towards democracy? A. fascism B. a failing economy C. a stable government D. government hard-liners
Which of the following is true of Great Britain’s participation in World War II in 1940? A.Its Royal Air Force won the Battle of Britain. b.its Royal Navy lost the Battle of the Atlantic. C.Its Royal Air Force lost the Battle of the Atlantic. D.Its land troops outmaneuvered Germany’s.
Which belief was generally held by the delegates to the Constitutional Convention of 1787? A. A stronger central government was necessary to maintain order. B. Slavery should be abolished. C. The principles of government should be firm and unchangeable. D. The rule of kings is superior to the rule of the law. E. The Articles of Confederation should not be greatly changed.