1 From 1914 to 1916, as World War I raged in
Europe, Americans were
not able to ''remain neutral in thought as well as action" mainly because
1. United States membership in military alliances required the nation
2. United States newspapers encouraged a policy of imperialist
3. the warring powers interfered with the United States right to
freedom of the seas.
4. President Woodrow Wilson supported the war aims of Germany
and Austria- Hungary.
2. Wilson's Fourteen Points called for
1. an agreement among nations to establish military alliances.
2. a return to Europe's prewar political status.
3. establishment of economic sanctions against the Central Powers.
4. the establishment of an organization to peacefully resolve
disputes. among member nations.
3. The main purpose for forming the League of Nations after World
War I was
1. to bring about world peace.
2. to promote international trade.
3. to punish Germany for its role in the war.
4. to oppose the spread of isolationism.
4. Which social movement was most affected by World War I?
1 repealing Prohibition
2 ending restrictions on immigration
3 adopting women's suffrage
4 providing aid to the unemployed
5. After World War I, the opposition of some Members of Congress to
the Versailles Treaty was based largely on the idea that the Treaty
1. did not punish the Central Powers harshly enough.
2. did not give the United States an important role in world affairs.
3. would require the United States to join the League of Nations and
might result in a loss of United States sovereignty.
4. would require the United States to assume the cost of rebuilding
the war-torn European economies.