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Match the descriptions in Column I with the terms in Column II.
Hands-off approach by government on business matters _______
Legislation to reform the spoils system __________
Section of cities in which certain ethnic and racial groups live __________
Unofficial organization designed to keep a particular party or group in power _______
A. Pendleton Civil Service Act
C. political machine
E. Harrison Civil Service Act
F. political party
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Which of the following best describes key positions held by the Republican Party in the Gilded Age?
free silver, high immigration, and low tariffs
gold standard, high tariffs, and limits on immigration
free silver and fewer blue laws
no government aid to railroads and no blue laws
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Which of the following best describes key positions held by the Democratic Party in the Gilded Age?
enforcement of blue laws and higher tariffs
gold standard and strict limits on immigration
increased money supply, lower tariffs, and higher farm prices
pensions for Union soldiers and more government aid to railroads
Question 12 1 points Save
During the late 1800s, the port of entry for the majority of immigrants was
New York City.
Question 13 1 points Save
What attracted many Asians to the United States in the late 1800s?
repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act
the desire for free land
jobs with American railroad companies
the Gentlemen's Agreement
Question 14 1 points Save
Which of the following was a major result of both immigration and the increased productivity of factory jobs in the late 1800s?
the rapid expansion of urban areas
mechanization of agriculture
high wages for factory workers
overpopulation of the South
Question 15 1 points Save
Why did many immigrants support city political machines?
Political machines were free of corruption.
Political machines provided them with jobs.
Political machines put powerful "bosses" out of business.
Political machines fought against crime in the slums.
Question 16 1 points Save
Which best describes the main goal of the social gospel and settlement movements?
to improve living conditions for the poor
to strengthen political machines
to encourage immigration
to create jobs for the unemployed
Question 17 1 points Save
To keep African Americans from voting, some southern states charged a(n) ______ to cast a ballot.
Question 18 1 points Save
A system called _____ legally segregated and degraded African Americans.
Question 19 1 points Save
By 1910, nearly 60 percent of American children were in school because
families had more money.
scholarships were plentiful.
immigration was down.
many states required school attendance by law.
Question 20 1 points Save
Public schools played an important role in
helping immigrant children assimilate.
training women for the work place.
Question 21 1 points Save
The Niagara Movement called for
an end to immigration.
full civil liberties for African Americans.
more women's colleges.
Question 22 1 points Save
In the case of Plessy v. Ferguson, the Supreme Court
declared segregation unconstitutional.
established the "separate-but-equal" doctrine, upholding segregation.
ordered public school districts to upgrade schools for African Americans.
ordered universities to enroll more women and African Americans.
Question 23 1 points Save
The act of lynching might best be described as
seizure and execution of a person by a mob.
imprisonment of a suspect without a trial.
illegal search of a home or business.
illegal seizure of property.
Question 24 1 points Save
As women began to make their way into professional jobs, they worked mainly in
law, engineering, and the ministry.
education, health care, and social work.
science, music, and manufacturing.
architecture, textiles, and the law.
Question 25 3 points Save
Match the descriptions in Column I with the names in Column II.
President known for his "dollar diplomacy"
Guerrillas on the island nation of _____ destroyed American-owned sugar mills to gain support for independence.
The Spanish-American War began in 1898, in _____, when the United States launched a surprise attack on Spanish ships in Manila Bay.
A. the Philippine Islands
C. William Howard Taft
D. Theodore Roosevelt
Question 26 1
- MitchLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
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- FrostyLv 71 decade ago
10 free silver, high immigration and low tariffs
11 enforcement of blue laws and limits on immigration
12 San Francisco
13 repeal of the Chinese Exclusion Act
14/mechanization of agriculture
15 Political machines provided them with jobs
16 to improve living conditions for the poor
17 poll tax
18 Jim Crow laws
19 many states required school attendance by law
20 helping immigrant children assimilate
22 established the "separate-but-equal" doctrine, upholding segregation
23 seizure and execution of a person by a mob
24 education, health care, and social work
- FeistyLv 71 decade ago
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