US History & Government - June 2011

26 The vote by the United States Senate on the Treaty of Versailles (1919) demonstrated

(1) an unwillingness to join the League of Nations
(2) a commitment to collective security
(3) a belief that the nation required a stronger military
(4) a rejection of colonialism

27 Which development most clearly illustrates the nativist attitudes that existed in the United States in the 1920s?

(1) limits on immigration established by the Quota Acts
(2) pro-business policies of the federal government
(3) artistic and literary achievements of the Harlem Renaissance
(4) conflicts between religion and science as shown in the Scopes Trial

28 Which movement’s primary goal was the ratification of a constitutional amendment
authorizing Prohibition?

(1) abolitionist    (3) temperance
(2) Populist        (4) settlement house

Base your answer to question 29 on the cartoon below and on your knowledge of social studies.

29 The cartoon illustrates President Franklin D.Roosevelt’s dissatisfaction with

(1) Congress leading the nation into World War II
(2) Congress resisting proposals to strengthen the navy
(3) New Deal programs being declared unconstitutional
(4) being unable to appoint minorities to the Supreme Court

30 The Neutrality Acts of the 1930s reflect the efforts of Congress to

(1) reject the terms of the Kellogg-Briand Pact
(2) avoid foreign policy mistakes that led the country into World War I
(3) form military alliances with other democratic nations
(4) strengthen the American military against European dictators

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