US History • Pick up BINGO Card and Study Guide • Fill out your BINGO Sheet Which label best describes President Woodrow Wilson’s approach to foreign relations? A. B. C. D. Moral Diplomacy Big Stick Diplomacy Dollar Diplomacy Domestic Diplomacy In 1914, Americans feelings about WW1 led the United States government to adopt a policy of A. B. C. D. Totalitarianism Imperialism Isolationism militarism What action did the Central Powers take as a result of the United States’ loaning over 2 billions dollars to the Allies at the outbreak of WW1? A. They declared war on the United States. B. They established a naval blockade of several American ports C. they regarded the United States as a partner of the allies. D. They asked the League of Nations to stop United States’ aid to the allies. Primary Source • When I addressed the Congress on the twenty-sixth of February last I thought that it would suffice to assert our neutral rights with arms. . . . But armed neutrality, it now appears, is impracticable. —President Woodrow Wilson’s Address to Congress Leading to a Declaration of War Against Germany, 1917 Why did the United States make this foreign policy change? A. Germany pledged to respect isolationist countries. B. A U.S. naval base was attacked by an enemy nation C. Germany resumed and engaged in unrestricted submarine warfare D. The United States refused to join an international peace organization The secret agreement in which Germany promised to return territory from the United States to Mexico in exchange for Mexico’s assistance during World War I was the A. B. C. D. Fourteen Points Schlieffen Plan Triple Alliance Zimmerman Telegram Which event contributed to the U.S. entry into World War I? A. B. C. D. Sinking of the Lusitania The attack on Pearl Harbor The explosion of the Maine The fall of Saigon How was WW1 mainly fought? A. battleships B. In the trenches C. In the air Which conclusion about trench warfare during World War 1 is more accurate? A. Political leaders ordered the use of trench warfare B. Casualties increased because of trench warfare. C. Trench warfare tactics limited the use of many weapons D. Trench warfare tactics improved the ability to gain enemy territory. What was the significance of the Battle at Argonne Forest? A. It was the first major battle of World War 1 B. It increased the pressure on Germany to retreat and surrender C. It included the first use of aerial reconnaissance during combat D. It established new territorial boundaries for treaty negotiations Which statement is a criticism made by isolationists in the U.S. Senate about the Treaty of Versailles? A. Reparation payments would involved the United States in European economies B. The League of Nations would involve the United States in future conflicts C. Stationing U.S. soldiers in Europe would be necessary to maintain peace D. The mandate system for colonial independence would result in loss of U.S. territory What was one of Woodrow Wilson’s goals for peace following World War 1? A. B. C. D. Ending the system of secret alliances Supplying humanitarian aid to citizens Stabilizing global monetary systems Ending popular democratic revolutions Which statement best explains one factor that started the Great Migration? A. The increased number of immigrants moving to urban areas B. The need for workers during the Great Depression C. The increased supply of skilled laborers due to industrialization D. The demand for workers in factories during World War 1 Which phrase best explains the result of women working during World War 1? A. B. C. D. Support for women’s suffrage increased Labor unions accepted female membership Conservation of resources increased Females experienced a decline in wages Which government action was designed to discourage criticism of US Involvement in WW1? A. B. C. D. The Fourteen Points War Industries Board Zimmermann Telegram Espionage and Sedition Acts This political cartoon addresses the following idea: A. The League of Nations was successful, even without America B. America’s rejection of the League of Nations would ultimately cause it to fall apart C. Americans were very interested in the League of Nations, but wanted to be the center of the organization D. The League of Nations did not need Great Britain to survive. This Political Cartoon addresses A. The unwillingness of Germany to join the League of Nations B. The idea that war reparations will bury Germany C. The prosperity of Germany after WW1 A The railroads between the immigrants represent A. The idea that immigrants were closing in on middle America B. The idea that these two groups came to America specifically for jobs building railroads. C. A faster approach to destroying America How has the artist portrayed the immigrants? A. B. C. D. Dirty and poor Middle to upper class Unsure of their decision Unwilling to board Immigration Make sure you have this slide from last time • New Immigrants – From Eastern or Southern Europe and Asia • Old Immigrants • Italy, Greece, AustriaHungary, Russia, Serbia, Japan, China Why did they come? • • Better jobs • • Poverty • Avoid military • – Northern/ Western Europe: • England, France, Sweden, Germany, Spain High prices Religious persecution Break away from New Immigrants included all of the following EXCEPT A. B. C. D. Russian Serbia Japan England The picture is an example of A. B. C. D. Vertical integration Horizontal integration Diagonal integration trust The first to have a Vertical Integration Monopoly was A. B. C. D. Vanderbilt Carnegie Rockefeller Ford In the late 1800s, which of the following helped business leaders eliminate competition? A. B. C. D. strikes Closed shops Labor unions monopolies The immigrants who came to the US between 1870 and 1910 came primarily from A. B. C. D. Eastern Europe and Asia Northern and Western Europe East Asia Latin America Who is depicted in this political cartoon? A. B. C. D. Al Capone Benjamin Harrison William M Tweed James Garfield Which was not a President from 1865-1920 A. B. C. D. E. F. G. Woodrow Wilson Theodore Roosevelt Benjamin Harrison Chester Arthur Ulysses S. Grant Andrew Jackson Abraham Lincoln Which was not a President from 1865-1920? A. B. C. D. E. William Howard Taft William McKinley Grover Cleveland James Garfield James Buchanan This President was part of the Rough Riders during the Spanish American War A. B. C. D. Woodrow Wilson Abe Lincoln William Howard Taft Theodore Roosevelt Political cartoonist who was critical of political machines and Boss Tweed A. B. C. D. William M Tweed William Jennings Bryan Thomas Nast Henry Bessemer The Spoils System A. B. C. D. Gave jobs to loyal party workers or friends Fired those who did not complete their jobs correctly Was created by James Garfield Gave jobs to highly qualified workers The processing center for the vast majority of immigrants arriving on the East Coast was at A. B. C. D. Angel Island Staten Island Ellis Island Long Island [Enter question here] A. B. C. D. [Option 1] [Option 2] [Option 3] [Option 4] Push factors for New Immigrants included all of the following, EXCEPT A. B. C. D. famine disease war land What did the 15th amendment do? A. B. C. D. It gave African American men the right to vote. It gave women the right to vote. Ended Reconstruction All of the above. Laissez Faire economics refers to A. As little government intervention in business as possible. B. As much government intervention in business as possible. C. An equal amount of government intervention. How did members of the Ku Klux Klan demonstrate their anger towards African Americans? A. They lobbied Congress to declare the 15th amendment unconstitutional B. They held peaceful protests to remove African Americans from office C. They used their voting power to hinder African American civil rights. D. They used violence and intimidation against African Americans to prevent them from voting.