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: Before the Industrial Revolution, the United States became resentful of England for not sharing its technology with the United States.
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Question #2
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Major industries in the early 1900s were food products, textiles, iron and steel, and lumber.
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False
Question #3
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The United States corporation system was an outgrowth of the New Deal.
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Question #4
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Strong corporations were prevented in the early 1900s from becoming monopolies.
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Question #5
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The Federal Trade Commission was responsible for protecting large corporations.
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False
Question #6
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During his administration, James Madison prevented the National Bank from going out of business.
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Question #7
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The Missouri Compromise of 1820 allowed Maine to be admitted to the Union as a free state.
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Question #8
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Industries in the late 1800s did not provide accident insurance for workers.
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Question #9
Matching

Match the following items.
1. standardized parts Herbert Hoover
2. the reaping machine Woodrow Wilson
3. sewing machine Samuel F. B. Morse
4. telegraph Henry Ford
5. factory assembly lines Elias Howe
6. oil Cyrus McCormick
7. airplane Eli Whitney
8. the telephone Edwin L. Drake
9. Knights of Labor Alexander Graham Bell
10. American Federation of Labor Uriah S. Stephens
11. death that began World War I Warren G. Harding
12. League of Nations Wilbur and Orville Wright
13. New Deal Samuel Gompers
14. Teapot Dome scandal Archduke Francis Ferdinand
15. the Great Depression Franklin Roosevelt
Question #10
MultipleChoice

The New Deal was designed to distribute the nation's abundance to:
private industry
foreign countries
those most in need
minorities only
Question #11
MultipleChoice

Roosevelt considered the foundation of the New Deal to be:
government
common hard-working people
executives of large banks
the Congress
Question #12
MultipleChoice

In world affairs Roosevelt advocated a:
policy of isolationism
policy of extreme nationalism
Good Neighbor Policy
policy of expansion
Question #13
MultipleChoice



One provision of the Emergency Banking Bill was:
prevention of panic withdrawals
the opening of all banks
an increase of bank reserves
an establishment of state banks immediately
Question #14
MultipleChoice

The Act that provided for old-age pensions and unemployment insurance was:
the Agricultural Adjustment Act
the Social Security Act
the National Industrial Recovery Act
the Federal Emergency Relief Act
Question #15
MultipleChoice

Roosevelt received opposition to the New Deal from:
his Cabinet
the Congress
the majority of people
the Supreme Court
Question #16
MultipleChoice

The invention of the sewing machine resulted in:
more fashionable garments
lower-priced clothing
better tailoring of clothing
fewer jobs for people
Question #17
MultipleChoice

The United States' status of first place among industrial nations was a result, in part, of:
an industrial slowdown in Europe
the advent of mass production
the growth of the agricultural industry
the War of 1812
Question #18
MultipleChoice

To gain more capital for industrial expansion, small companies:
formed corporations
borrowed money from banks
produced more goods
formed partnerships
Question #19
MultipleChoice

Stockholders of a company:
invest their money in the company
elect the board of directors
share in the company profits
all of the above
Question #20
MultipleChoice

Strong corporations that expand to the extent that they greatly reduce competition are called:
partnerships
big business
monopolies
stock companies
Question #21
MultipleChoice

People moved into cities during the Industrial Revolution because:
they wanted high factory wages
they had lost their homes during the depression
they were attracted by the abundance of city services
they were recruited by city factory owners
Question #22
MultipleChoice

When unions were first organized, union leaders:
were paid larger salaries than non-union workers
promoted strikes among factory workers
were blacklisted by factory owners
were seriously listened to by factory owners
Question #23
MultipleChoice

A government's desire to conquer areas beyond its border for wealth and strength is an example of:
nationalism
imperialism
sectionalism
isolationism
Question #24
MultipleChoice

The event that led to United States involvement in World War I was:
the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand
England's declaration of war
the bombing of the Maine
Germany's sinking of United States supply ships
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