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History Test 02
Fall 2006
Chapter 19
Question 01
• Definition: An African American leader of
an antilynching campaign.
• Ida Wells Barnett
Question 02
• A strike spawned by conditions where the
industrialist built a town for workers but
charged them 10% more than the market
average. When this industrialist laid off
workers and lowered wages he did not
reduce rents. This strike spread to other
areas of the economy in 1894.
• The Pullman Strike
Question 03
• Definition: A spokesman for blacks in the
1890's who argued that African Americans
should emphasize hard work and personal
development rather than rebelling against
their conditions.
• Booker T. Washington
Question 04
• A reason that the two major parties began
a process which ultimately resulted in both
switching philosophical positions between
the end of the Civil War and the end of the
Cold War?
• The influx of European immigrants
with different views of social
obligations into the Democratic
Question 05
• Why did America really go to war with
Spain after the explosion which occurred
on the U.S.S. Maine?
• American businessmen sought
both the natural resources of Cuba
and a marketplace so near the
United States
Chapter 20
Question 06
• Definition: Theodore Roosevelt’s approach
to treating capital and labor on an equal
• The Square Deal
Question 07
• What was one of the most glaring
deficiencies of the Progressive movement
and also the Progressive Party?
• Why it dealt with addressing
injustices in the workplace, the
movement did not extend its
reforms to Blacks
Question 08
• Definition: Passage of the Hepburn Act in
1906 gave this commission the power to
establish maximum rates and to review the
accounts and records of the railroads.
• Interstate Commerce
Question 09
• Why were some newspapers who
innovated investigative journalism called
“the Yellow Press”?
• They were independent newspaper
publishers who printed their
newspapers on cheap yellowish
Question 10
• Definition: Progressive governor and
senator from Wisconsin.
• Robert La Follette
Chapter 21
Question 11
• Definition: A phrase used to describe
Secretary of State Philander C. Knox’s
Foreign policy under President Taft, which
focused on expanding American
investments abroad, especially in Latin
America and China.
• dollar diplomacy
Question 12
• The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire was a tragedy
which cost 146 worker’s lives when many
of the victims jumped five stories to their
deaths rather than being burned to death.
What was the lesson of this tragedy?
• Employers had to be forced by law
to take profit-reducing precautions
to protect the lives of their
Question 13
• Definition: Ratified in 1913, this
amendment made income tax
• 16th Amendment
Question 14
• President Woodrow Wilson was a complex
person who reflected both the strengths
and the weaknesses of the Progressive
movement. Which option below best
describes President Wilson’s personal
strengths and failings?
• [Answer on next frame]
Question 14-Answer
• He believe that government should help
the average man; he believed America
should be moral in its foreign policy, but he
was a racist who reversed the few minor
reforms Roosevelt had initiated for African
Question 15
• Why was there a dramatic increase in the
number of Mexicans into the American
Southwest 1911-1914, the region of the
United States that had once been part of
• There was a revolution in
Chapter 22
Question 16
• Definition: A massive movement of blacks
leaving the South for cities in the North
that began slowly in 1910 and accelerated
between 1914 and 1920. During this time,
more than 600,000 African Americans left
the South.
• The Great Migration
Question 17
• Definition: Living in Greenwich Village,
New York City, she saw women suffering
from disease and poverty because of the
large number of children they bore. In
1914 she coined the term “birth control”
and began publishing a periodical called
Woman Rebel.
• Margaret Sanger
Question 18
• What happened to President Wilson which
impacted upon his ability to campaign for
the League of Nations?
• He suffered a near-fatal stroke
Question 10
• Definition: President Wilson’s peace
program, which included freedom of the
seas, free trade, and more open
• Fourteen Points
Question 20
• How did World War I end?
• Germany asking for a
negotiated peace
From the video, One Woman
One Vote
Question 21
• Where did the women’s suffrage
movement begin?
• Seneca Falls, NY
Question 21
• Who was the Quaker woman from
Rochester who became the movement’s
second leader?
• Susan B. Anthony
Question 23
• For the women’s suffrage movement, what
group was considered the hidden enemy?
• women who did not support
Question 24
• Who was Sojourner Truth?
A former slave from New York
who became a spokesperson
for the women’s movement.
Question 25
• What industry opposed women’s suffrage
in Colorado?
liquor industry