"The seeds of World War II were sown earlier in the 20th century.''
1. Which statement does this quotation most strongly support?
1. United States involvement in Europe after World War I created an
atmosphere of mistrust.
2. The United States was not successful in stopping Soviet expansion
by peaceful means.
3. The European democracies encouraged Adolf Hitler to rearm Germany.
4. The World War I peace settlement created bitterness and
2. A major reason for the isolationist trend in the United States following
World War I was
1. a desire to continue the reforms of the Progressives.
2. the publicís desire to end most trade with other nations.
3. the failure of the United States to gain new territory.
4. a disillusionment over the failure to achieve United States goals
in the postwar world.
3. Which action best illustrates the policy of isolationism followed by the
United States before it entered World War II?
1. signing of a collective security pact with Latin American nations.
2. passage of neutrality legislation forbidding arms sales to warring
3. embargo on the sale of gasoline and steel to Japan.
4 President Franklin D. Rooseveltís exchange of American destroyers
for British naval and air
4. During the late 1930's, which factor most influenced the United States to
change policies of isolationism and neutrality?
1. concern about the aggressive behavior Germany, Italy, and Japan.
2. need to prevent the spread of communism by Soviet Union.
3. desire to strengthen the League of Nations.
4. need to provide vital sources of oil in the Middle East.
5. In the 1930's, the United States attempted to avoid a repetition of the events
leading up to United States involvement in World War I by
1. establishing the Good Neighbor policy with Latin American nations.
2. forgiving the foreign debts incurred during World War I.
3. officially recognizing the existence of the Soviet Union.
4. passing a series of neutrality laws