Final Exam Ap Us History Study Guide

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1. The cartoon below:

a. Was published shortly after the landslide victory of Franklin D. Roosevelt in the presidential election of 1936
b. Reflected efforts of Franklin D. Roosevelt to submit all legislation to the Supreme Court for an opinion on its constitutionality
c. Was published immediately after the Supreme Court decided in Franklin Roosevelt's favor in the electoral dispute with Herbert Hoover after the 1932 presidential election
d. Reflected the unanimity in Congress after the attack on Pearl Harbor
e. Preceded Franklin Roosevelt's largest political victory during his second term in office

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2. "…It is not true that the United States feels any land hunger or entertains any projects as regards to the
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Ex-President Jimmy Carter's unofficial meeting with Communist leaders on behalf of President Ronald Reagan

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12. Each of the following issues that had surfaced in the late nineteenth century was addressed successfully during the progressive era EXCEPT:

a. A substantial imbalance in the political opportunities of African-American and white citizens
b. Sharp imbalance between government support of big business and organized labor
c. Unchecked power of major trusts
d. An inflexible and unresponsive banking system
e. Uncontrolled prices set by Railroad ownership

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13. The United States government's financial support of the Carlisle Indian School:

a. Had a similar motive in its passing the Dawes Act
b. Was opposed by most missionaries working with Native Americans
c. Was approved by Native Americans who participated in the Ghost Dances
d. Was renewed as a result of the 1934 Indian Reorganization Act
e. Led a decade later to its heavy investment in urban public schools

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14. Organized labor viewed which of the following events most favorably:

a. The repeal of the Gentlemen's Agreement
b. Woodrow Wilson's actions following legislation preventing illiterate immigrants from coming to America
c. The passage of the Contract Labor Law
d. The Supreme Court's decision to uphold The Wagner Act
e. Congress's passing the Taft-Hartley Act over President Truman's veto