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Question 1
In the late 1880s, Europeans
were looking overseas for
places to sell their products
because why?
Tariffs had reduced trade
among industrialized
countries
Question 2
American support for Cuban
rebels was fueled by what?
Sensational stories published
by rival newspapers
Question 3
Efficiency progressives
believed that cities should
be run by a what?
City manager or
commissioners
Question 4
Wisconsin became known as
the laboratory of democracy
because of its what?
Support for direct primaries
Question 5
Supporters of annexing the
Philippines believed what?
The islands would provide the
U.S. with a naval base in
Asia
Question 6
Socialist believe in what?
Government ownership of
business
Question 7
As a result of a war between
Japan and China in 1894,
Japan acquired what?
Territory in Manchuria
Question 8
In 1898 President McKinley
sent the battleship Maine to
Havana to do what?
Evacuate Americans if
necessary
Question 9
Theodore Roosevelt warned
Taft that tariff reform would
do what?
Divide the Republican Party
Question 10
When the U.S. assumed the
responsibility for collecting
customs tariffs in the Dominican
Republic, it was applying what?
The Roosevelt Corollary
Question 11
The Underwood Tariff Act
included a provision for
what?
Levying an income tax
Question 12
What happens in direct
primaries?
All party members vote for a
candidate to run in the
general election
Question 13
Theodore Roosevelt won the Nobel
Peace Prize in 1906 for negotiating
peace where?
Between Russia & Japan
Question 14
At the first Pan-American Conference, the
U.S. wanted Latin American delegates
to agree to customs union, which would
do what?
Require nations to reduce their tariffs
Question 15
The Constitution originally
specified that, in each state,
U.S. senators would be
elected by
The legislature of each state
Question 16
U.S. Steel would allow the government
to look at its account books and
records and in exchange the
government would do what?
Allow the company to correct problems
privately without going to court
Question 17
The Payne-Aldrich Tariff did
what?
Cut tariffs hardly at all
Question 18
The Hawaiian monarchy was
overthrown by who?
Group of planters supported
by U.S. Marines
Question 19
President Millard Fillmore
sent a naval expedition to
Japan to do what?
Force Japan to trade with the
U.S.
Question 20
Progressives had a strong faith
in what?
Science & technology
Question 21
Theodore Roosevelt became
President when?
McKinley was assassinated
Question 22
President Wilson’s peace
plan was known as the
what?
Fourteen Points
Question 23
Secretary of State James G.
Blaine led efforts to do what?
Expand American influence into
Latin America
Question 24
The U.S. caused an
economic crisis in Cuba by
doing what?
Passing a tariff on sugar
Question 25
To prevent strikes from
disrupting the war effort, the
government established
what?
National War Labor Board
Question 26
Wilson believed lower tariffs
rates would lead American
companies to do what?
Improve products and lower
prices
Question 27
The Platt Amendment
effectively made Cuba into
an American what?
Protectorate
Question 28
In the late 1800s, support
grew in the U.S. for building
a large modern navy to do
what?
Defend American interests
Question 29
Roosevelt believed that Taft's
focus on breaking up trusts
would do what?
Destroy the system of
cooperation and regulation
Roosevelt had arranged
Question 30
The laissez-faire argument for
the best way to preserve
public land was to do what?
Sell it to lumber companies,
who would conserve it as a
source of profits
Question 31
The Treaty of Paris, which
formally ended the SpanishAmerican War, granted
independence to what
nation?
Cuba
Question 32
Tragedy at the Triangle
Shirtwaist Company led to
what?
Building codes requiring fire
escapes
Question 33
Theodore Roosevelt viewed
the coal miners strike
against mine owners in 1902
as an example of what?
Groups pursuing their private
interests at the expense of
the nation
Question 34
By the late 1800s, growth of
investment opportunities in
western Europe had slowed
because why?
Most of the industries that
Europe’s economy needed
had been built
Question 35
Through scientific management,
a company could become
efficient by
Breaking tasks down into small
parts and using standardized
tools
Question 36
Theodore Roosevelt was
chosen as McKinley's
running mate in the 1900
election because why?
Status as a war hero
Question 37
Theodore Roosevelt tried to win the
Republican nomination from Taft in
the 1912 election because he
believed that Taft did what?
Had failed to live up to progressive
ideals
Question 38
By 1920 the ICC had move
away from its original
purpose and had started
doing what?
Setting rates to help ensure
railroads’ profits
Question 39
Alice Paul’s strategy alarmed many
in the suffrage movement because
she wanted to do what?
Use protests to force suffrage
Question 40
In the Northern Securities v.
the U.S. case, the Supreme
Court ruled that Northern
securities did what?
Violated the Sherman Anti
trust Act
Question 41
The purpose of the Open
Door Policy was to
Ensure trading rights with
China
Question 42
The Philippines are now what?
An independent country
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Theodore Roosevelt warned Taft that tariff reform would do what?