Which statement reflects the view of French conservatives after the Congress of Vienna? Conservatives favored democratic change. Conservatives favored elected parliaments. Conservatives favored rule by absolute monarchs. Conservatives favored expanded voting rights
3) What passenger class, known as steerage, was required to go to Ellis Island? A) 1st class B) 2nd class C) 3rd class D) 4th class
How did the “corrupt bargain” affect the US political party system in the 1820s? The US went back to having only one political party. Voters did not register as members of political parties. The Democratic political party was formed. The Federalist political party collapsed.
Which of the following would be considered most characteristic of a tribute empire? a. self-rule b. isolation c. separation d. remoteness
PLEASE HELP!!! 15 POINTS!! Why did craft guilds form in the Middle Ages? A) To eliminate the growing number of merchant guilds in European towns B) To address religious and political corruption C) To eliminate competition between artisans - This is not the answer D) To provide structure and support for artisans who shared a trade
How did Americans react to the event at My Lai? A) They became suspicious of foreign commitments and refused to intervene in world affairs. B) They felt betrayed by political leaders and felt the United States should not have entered the war. C) They had mixed reactions about the event, but they supported the President. D) They were shocked at the event and dissatisfied with the investigation that followed.
Which statement best describes President Johnson’s plan for Reconstruction? Johnson’s plan pardoned most Southern whites and did not protect the rights of freed African Americans. Johnson’s plan pardoned some Confederates but did not allow them to participate in government. Johnson’s plan made it difficult, if not impossible, for Confederates to reestablish governments. Johnson’s plan created policies that only the Radical Republicans in Congress supported.
Which invention was most important in revolutionizing the meat industry? 1)air brakes 2)knuckle couplers 3)the Pullman car 4)the refrigerator car
Which is a main idea in the right to privacy? People can make their own lawful decisions. People can protect their property by any means necessary. People can decide if the government is intruding in their lives. People can keep any possessions without government intervention.
At the Potsdam Conference, Allied leaders decided that the leaders of Nazi Germany would be pardoned. executed. tried. exiled.
General Rochambeau helped General George Washington by providing French ships for the Battle of Yorktown. attacking General Greene at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse. attacking General Gates at the Battle of Camden. providing French troops for the Battle of Yorktown.
Why were prominent American writers of the 1920s called the “lost generation”? They lost books stored in Europe during the war. They lost their ability to write creatively during the war. They survived the war, but were physically wounded. They had trouble adjusting to life in the postwar era.
What were two goals of European imperialists? a. to make the colonies economically independent b. to bring European culture to the colonies c. to encourage immigration from Africa to Europe d. to build European markets for goods from other colonies e. to bring Christianity to non-Christians
Supply-side economics rests on the theory that if taxes are reduced, A) People will horde their money,slowing down the economy. B) The role and size of the federal government will expand. C) People will have more incentve to work and more money to spend. D) The federal government will collect less money in taxes.
Which best explains how wealthy residents of Italian cities contributed to the Renaissance? Wealthy residents bought works of art, which supported artists. Wealthy residents participated in religion, which supported the Church Wealthy residents participated in music, which supported the arts. Wealthy residents bought classical books, which supported scholars
What decisions does the business cycle help businesses make? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY. -whether to stay at old facilities or move to new facilities -whether to grow or shrink the business whether to keep or change products -whether to increase or decrease production whether to hire or lay off worker -whether to invest or save money
The position of the United States toward Latin America in the 1800s was specifically based on A. manifest destiny B. imperialism C. the Monroe Doctrine D. the US constitution
Kiev’s importance to Russian society can be best illustrated by the arts and architecture borrowed from the Byzantines. the Russian alphabet based on the Greek alphabet. the literature translated from the Greek language. the role of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
The time units used by scientists to divide Earth's history are part of the A. 24-hour model. B. 180° longitude. C. geologic time scale. D. 360° latitude.
What is the best definition of a resident alien? A A resident alien is a person who lives in a country but is not a citizen of that country. B A resident alien is a person who was an immigrant but has become a citizen of the country. C A resident alien is a person who wants to move to another country for school or work. D A resident alien is a person who was living in another country illegally and has been deported.
What is significant about the yearly flooding of the Nile Valley? (1 point) The floods typically killed many people, making it hard to live in the valley; most people moved to the mountains above the riverbed. It is the only geographic disadvantage of the area. It replenished the nutrients in the soil, making the valley very fertile. It prompted the Egyptians to build enormous pyramids to escape the floodwaters.
According to Article I, Section 3 of the Constitution, each United State's senator must be A) an adult who is at least twenty-five years old. B) a lifetime resident of Washington, DC. C) a registered voter in one’s state. D) a US citizen for at least nine years.
2 Which effect did the atomic bomb have on the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki A. millions of citizens contracted radiation poisoning but few were immediately killed B.tens of thousands of citizens were killed instantly and tens of thousands more later died from radiation poisoning c. Millions of citizens were killed instantly or wounded but o long term effects have been reported D. Tens of thousands of citizens contracted radiation poisoning but few were immediately killed. 3. The United States declared war on Japan in 1941 why did it take until 1945 to defeat Japan A. Japan was more determined enemy then Germany B. The Allies had to wait until stalins forces were available to fight in the Pacific C. The allies island hopping strategy proved failure D. The Allies had agreed to concentrate first on the war in Europe
What protections were included in the Fourteenth Amendment? A) abolition of slavery, citizenship, and voting rights for all men. B) abolition of slavery, due process, and equal protection under the law C) citizenship, due process, and abolition of slavery D) citizenship, equal protection under the law, and voting rights for all E) citizenship, due process, and equal protection under the law
Who urged Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act as part of his vision for a “Great Society”? Martin Luther King Jr. John F. Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson George Wallace
India is home to what two religions? Islam and Hinduism Hinduism and Taoism Taoism and Buddhism Buddhism and Hinduism
Old Lights and New Lights preachers both followed Protestantism. How did the two differ? Old Lights preachers believed religion should be practiced in a rational way while New Lights preachers propagated emotion in religion. Old Lights preachers believed in salvation through God’s grace while New Lights preachers believed in salvation through charity. Old Lights preachers restricted membership to their churches while New Lights preachers welcomed all into their churches. Old Lights preachers attempted to rationalize the dictates of the Church of England while New Lights preachers tried to revive Puritanism. Old Lights preachers encouraged looking at religion through science while New Lights preachers separated science from religion.