History ch.19

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Which of the following best describes the moral imperialism propounded by President Woodrow Wilson?

It created an irony with regard to the concept of freedom.

Assess the effectiveness of President Woodrow Wilson’s response to Mexico’s Civil War.

Wilson’s attempts to teach Mexican people how to select good men only led to the war spilling over into the United States.

Why did World War I transform Western civilization so profoundly?

The mass slaughter of World War I was hard to reconcile with the optimist claim that Western civilization was the triumph of reason and human progress.

How were women so influential in the outcome of the election of 1916?

Women were able to vote in the presidential election in twelve Western states and heavily favored Wilson.

Which of the following elements of President Wilson’s Fourteen Points most resembled the commissions Progressives had instituted back home?

The League of Nations.

Why did the War Industries Board establish standardized specifications during World War I?

To increase efficiency and speed up production.

What did employers, urban reformers, as well as women reformers hope Prohibition would achieve during the war years?

Peace and order on the home front.

Which of the following statements would have been prosecuted under the Sedition Act of 1918?

"I call on you to boycott the draft."

In what ways was W.E.B. Du Bois a typical progressive?

He believed that investigation, exposure, and education could solve the nation’s problems.

How did Garveyites define freedom at the time of World War I?

As black self-reliance and national self-determination.

What triggered the surge of conservative governments in central Europe at the end of World War I?

A worldwide revolutionary upsurge.

Why did many people in Eastern Europe consider Woodrow Wilson a "popular saint"?

His criticism of imperialism helped Eastern European peoples carve out new independent nations.

America’s empire in the early twentieth century was all of the following EXCEPT:


Between 1901 and 1920, the United States intervened militarily numerous times in Caribbean countries:

in order to protect the economic interests of American banks and investors.

As president, Woodrow Wilson:

believed that the export of U.S. manufactured goods went hand in hand with the spread of democracy.

Woodrow Wilson’s moral imperialism in Latin America produced:

more military interventions than any other president before or since.

From 1914 to 1916, U.S. intervention in Mexico:

demonstrated the weaknesses of Wilson’s foreign policy.

The Espionage Act (1917) and the Sedition Act (1918):

were the first federal restrictions on free speech since 1798.

During World War I, Americans reacted to German-Americans and Germans in all of the following ways EXCEPT:

the federal government barred German immigration to the United States.

The anti-German crusade included all of the following measures EXCEPT:

barring German-Americans from serving in the military.

All of the following statements about immigration policy during World War I are true EXCEPT:

Congress required that all immigrants pass IQ tests (intelligence tests).

The Gentlemen’s Agreement:

restricted Japanese immigration.

Which statement about race and the presidents is FALSE?

Theodore Roosevelt believed that blacks were fit for soldiering and suffrage.

Senators opposing America’s participation in the League of Nations:

argued that it would threaten to deprive the country of its freedom of action.

According to Eugene V. Debs’s speech to the jury before sentencing under the Espionage Act (1918), what did Socialists in the United States strive for?

true democracy

What struck Eugene V. Debs as odd—if not ironic—in his speech to the jury before sentencing under the Espionage Act (1918)?

that American Socialists were the ones defending the U.S. Constitution

What did W. E. B. Du Bois describe as a "vindictive fate" in his essay "Returning Soldiers" in The Crisis (1919)?

that black soldiers also fought in the name of southern white lynch mobs

How did Theodore Roosevelt assure the future success of American naval development?

He supported the Panamanian uprising against Colombia.

Which of the following is evidence for Woodrow Wilson’s attempt at practicing a "moral imperialism"?

his failed military intervention against Victoriano Huerta

How did World War I plausibly change domestic life at home?

Meals were produced more efficiently at home.

Which of the following institutions serve as evidence for the popularity of repressive, antidemocratic measures during World War I

the American Protective League

How did World War I foster a push for more democracy on the American home front?

The National Women’s Party attracted a new cadre of activists.

Who of the following could have spoken powerfully to the failed opportunities of the Versailles Treaty to foster the principle of "self-determination" across the world?

Nguyen That Than

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