AP US HIST TEST

by: azn_dreams

PART 2

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    president william mckinley asked congress to declare war on spain mainly because the

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    in its efforst on behalf of workers, the national labor union won

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    theodore roosevelt became involved in the peace settlement for the russo-japanese war

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    in the late ninteenth century, those political candidates who campaigned by "waving the bloody shirt" were reminding voters

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    the "gentlemen's agreement" that teddy roosevelt worked out with the japanese in 1907-1908

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    during the spanish-american war, the entire spanish fleet was destroyed at the battle of

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    the pullman strike created the first instance of

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    the buffalo were nearly exterminated

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    the farmers' alliance was formed to

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    the "rough riders," organized principally by Teddy Roosevelt

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    one of the major reasons the Knights of Labor failed was its

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    one problem with the homestead act was that

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    the "billion-dollar congress" quickly disposed of rising government surplused by

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    president james A garfield was assassinated

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    as a leader of the african american community, booker T washington

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    by 1900, an american attitudes toward labor began to change as the public came to recognize the right of workers to bargain collectively and strike, nevertheless,

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    to assimilate indians into american society the dawes act did all of the following except

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    a major factor in the shift in american foreign policy toward inperialism in the late nineteenth century was

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    anti-imperialists presented all of the following arguments against acquiring the philippine islands except that

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    the image of the "gibson girl" represented

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    the homestead act assumed that public land should be administered in such a way as to

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    labor unions, populist, and debtors saw in the brutal pullman episode

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    the national government helped finance transcontinental railroad construction in the late nineteenth century by providing railroad corporations with

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    U.S. naval captain alfred thayer mahan argued that

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    the growing prohibitions movement especially reflected the concerns of

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    when private railroad promoters asked the united states government for subsidies to build their railroads, they gave all the following reasons for their request except that it was

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    during the gilded age, the democrats and the republicans

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    the philippine nationalist who led the insurrection against both spanish rule and the later united states occupations was

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    J.P. morgan undermined competition by placing officers of his band on the boards of supposedly independent companies that he wanted to control. this method was known as

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    theodore roosevelt can best be described as

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    one weapon that was used to pu boss twee, leader of new york city's infamous tweed ring, in jail was

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    the knights of labor believed that republican traditions and institutions could be preserved from corrupt monopolies

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    one group barred from membership in the knights of labor was

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    the roosevelt corollary added a new provision to the monroe doctrine that was specifically designed to

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    the farmers' alliance was especially weakend by

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    the sherman anti-trust act was first primarily used to curb the power of

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    the root cause of the american farmers' problem after 1880 was

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    by the 1890s, the united states was bursting with a new sense of power generated by an increase in

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    the morrill act of 1862

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    by 1900, advances of women's suffrage

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    at the time, the most controversial event associated with the spanish-american war was the

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    the oil industry became a huge business

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    generally, the supreme court in the late nineteenth century nterpreted the constitution in such a way as to favor

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    in the 1896 case of plessy v. ferguson the supreme court ruled that

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    the place that offered he greatest opportunities for american women in the period 1865-1900 was

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    at the end of reconstruction, souther white disenfranchisement african americans with

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    despite generally rising wages in the late nineteenth century, industrial workers were extremely vulnurable to all of the following except

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    late-nineteenth-century farmers believed that their difficulties stemmed primarily from

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    construction of an isthmian canal was motivated mainly by

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    the original purpose of the grange was to

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