(LC) Which of the following was a military victory for Native Americans? First Seminole War Sand Creek Massacre Wounded Knee Massacre Battle of Little Bighorn
General Rochambeau helped General George Washington by A.) providing French ships for the Battle of Yorktown. B.) attacking General Greene at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. C.) attacking General Gates at the Battle of Camden. D.) providing French troops for the Battle of Yorktown.
The “spoils” of the spoils system, which was established in the late 1820s, were A. government jobs taken from a current president’s opponents and given to supporters. B. government jobs taken from a current president’s supporters and given to opponents. C. presidential vetoes for legislation that the president did not personally or politically support. D. presidential vetoes for legislation that the president did not spearhead or introduce.
Jim Crow laws were a legalized system of A) Discrimination against African Americans or B) Segregation of educational facilities
How are special districts typically created? A. Annual assessments by the federal government determine where they're needed. B. An appointed county official forms them to address local issues. C. State governments order their creation to address specific problems. D. Residents vote to establish them based on local needs.
Use the following cartoon to answer the question below: Political Cartoon. Leaders from each of the Great Powers are sitting on a large pot with Balkan Troubles written on it. The pot is bubbling over and is ready to burst and push the Great Powers off, while they are fighting to keep the lid on the pot. Public Domain What aspect of the situation in Europe does this cartoon illustrate? The Great Powers competing with each other for control of the Balkans The Great Powers heading for war in the Balkans because of their alliances The Great Powers trying to prevent unrest in the Balkans from becoming war The Great Powers forming alliances in response to unrest in the Balkans
Which of the following is a characteristic of Roman architecture? Roman buildings depend solely on post-and-lintel construction. Roman architects used concrete to create open spaces unencumbered by columns or supports. Roman architects borrowed features from Mesopotamian architecture.
What major Allied country refused to join the League of Nations? Great Britain Germany Japan United States
What happened to the students who prepared for Song civil service exams? Ancient China a. The majority never became government officials. b. They usually stayed in the lower levels of the emperor's administration. c. Those from poor backgrounds were passed over for positions as government officials. d. They were all but guaranteed to pass.
Why did the office of Vice President become more important, with more responsibilities, as the twentieth century progressed?
How did Rousseau differ from Voltaire? A)Rousseau was a French philosopher in the 1700s, while Voltaire was a French monarch in the 1600s. B)Rousseau was a French monarch in the 1600s, while Voltaire was a French philosopher in the 1700s. C)Rousseau argued against inequality among the classes, while Voltaire argued for freedom of speech and religion. D)Rousseau argued for freedom of speech and religion, while Voltaire argued against inequality among the classes.
In 1892, the People’s Party convention produced the Populist Party. the gold standard. the Omaha Platform. the Knights of Labor.
Why did Coolidge refuse aid to the Mississippi flood victims? He did not believe the government should help victims of natural disasters. He did not get the support of Mississippi voters in the 1924 elections. He needed to cut government expenditure to balance the budget. He believed “the chief business of the American people is business.”
For impeachment proceedings to begin, a president has tobe accused of A. lying. B. a crime. C. going to war. D. not listening to Congress.
I'm struggling with these so much someone help fast. During the 1600s, England put more power in the hands of an elected parliament. What did France do? France followed the English example. France put more power in the hands of its aristocracy. France put more power in the hands of its monarchy. France gave power to a series of weak kings. Which was Peter the Great responsible for? reforming Russia and making it a republic giving power to Russia’s highest ranking noblemen turning Russia into a modern, powerful nation following a policy of peace with Russia’s neighbors How was Russia similar to the rest of continental Europe in the 1600s? Russia was ruled by powerful monarchs. Russia practiced the Roman Catholic religion. Russia made advances during the Renaissance. Russia engaged in trade with the Americas. What resulted from Louis XIV’s constant pursuit of warfare? France conquered all of Europe. Louis was overthrown by England. France was left deeply in debt. French aristocrats were able to set up a parliament. What measure did Peter the Great take to westernize his court? He converted to Protestantism. He banned women from social gatherings. He asked court members to wear traditional clothes. He banned beards, which were a popular style at the time.
Pious Muslims are told to behave in what way in Allah’s presence? a.) Submissive b.) nomadic c.) meditative d.) prophetic
Which two leaders signed a treaty in the 1980s to reduce nuclear weapons Reagan and Gorbachev, Carter and Gorbachev, Reagan and Hussein, Bush and Hussein
How many houses of the legislature were set up under the Constitution? A. Two B. Three C. Four D. One
In 1638, Anne Hutchinson was banished from Massachusetts Bay Colony for starting her own church. supporting Puritan teachings. relocating to Rhode Island. preaching in her home.
With the threat of World War III on the horizon, the Cuban Missile Crisis was finally resolved by: a promise that the U.S. would never invade Cuba Fidel Castro stepping down as Cuba's leader the Soviet Union getting rid of its Cuban missiles Cuba promising to adhere to a new set of free elections American missiles being pulled out of Turkey NATO and the Warsaw Pact being dissolved
The Pullman strike in 1894 began when a. a workers’ delegation met with and was fired by George Pullman. b. a recession prompted the Pullman Company to lay off workers. c. the Pullman workers’ union voted for a wildcat strike. d. Pullman workers attempted to move out of the company town.