Post WWI Quiz
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by Patrick Walsh
| 24 Questions
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Why did Henry Ford pay his workers more than the average factory wages?
The government required him to.
He wanted them to buy cars.
He wanted to compensate them for their boring, repetitive jobs.
The unions demanded it.
2
1
In which city did Henry Ford base his manufacturing operations?
New York
Detroit
Columbus
Chicago
3
1
What is the name for radicals who want to overthrow the government?
Immigrants
Union members
Anarchists
Nativists
4
1
The Palmer raids were a direct result of what national phenomenon?

labor unrest
the assembly line
the Red Scare
prohibition
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15. What was Harding’s attitude toward government and business?
“Less government in business and more business in government.”
“What’s good for the White House is good for business.”
“More government in business and less business in government.”
“What’s good for the Federal Trade Commission is good for business.”
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17. Calvin Coolidge’s presidency was characterized by his unshakable faith in which of the following?
business
the government
labor unions
churches
7
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What was the goal of the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
to create more jobs
to limit military buildup
to force European nations to repay their war debts
to end the use of tariffs
8
1
Soldiers returning from WWI brought what disease with them that killed many people in the U.S?
smallpox
influenza
tuberculosis
chicken pox
9
1
How was Henry Ford able to build a car Americans could afford?
He hired skilled workers to work by hand
He encouraged his workers to join trade unions
He paid his workers far below average factory wages
He equipped his factory with an assembly line
10
1
The direct goal of most of Calvin Coolidge's policies was
promoting the expansion of the governments role in the arts
limiting government and supporting business
to help farmers
aiding the congress to help non profit organizations
11
1
The production of many cars produced an increased demand for
trains and trolleys
glass and steel
bikes and wagons
drones and space ships
12
1
What did the major naval powers agree to do at the Washington Naval Conference?
join forces to create the most powerful navy ever
reduce the size of their navies
increase the size of their navies
destroy anything that is part of the Navy
13
1
The act of sending foreigners back to their country of origin?
Imunization
reparations
deportation
determination
14
1
Following WWI, large U.S cities experienced increased competition for jobs and housing. Which development was
a significant result of this pattern of urban changes?
New Deal legislation to create jobs and stimualate the economy
a population shift to rural areas for increased job opportunities
race riots fueled by intolerance and continuing African-American migrations
the banning of women in the workplace so that they could focus on the home
15
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Which one of these was not a trend between 1919 and 1941, dealing with anti immigrant sentiments.
Foreign born workforce increased
Many immigrants were accepted just like other citizens
Immigration quotas were enacted
Immigrants were targeted by the Ku Klux Klan
16
1
What foreign policy did the United States pursue after its involvement in WWI?
The United States seized territories from its European rivals to build its empire
The United Sates led the League of Nations to promote peace
The United States paid to rebuild the Great Britain and France
The United States limited its involvement in international affairs
17
1
Which development contributed to the suburbs in the United States in the 1920's?
The expansion of farms
The building of skyscrapers
The use of the automobile
The increase in unions
18
1
Agreement among US, France, Great Britain, and Japan to respect each other's Pacific territories
Treaty of Versailles
Chemical Weapons Treaty
Four Power Treaty
Treaty of Chickasaw County
19
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Which one of these was not a treaty signed after WWI to limit territorial expansion, limit build up of weapons or to open up trade among countries.
Five Power Treaty
Nine- Power Treaty
Mutual Defense Treaty
Four Power Treaty
20
1
Which group's activities reflected a pattern of intolerance toward immigrants in the United Sates during the 20th Century?
United Farm Workers
Ku Klux Klan
American Indian Movement
National Organization for Women
21
1
After WWI, President Woodrow Wilson played a role in shaping the Treaty of Versailles. Despite President Wilson's efforts, the United States Senate refused to ratify the Treaty.

Which concern led the U.S Senate to reject the Treaty of Versailles?
The Treaty would be to forgiving on Germany following its defeat in the war.
The treaty would allow the League of Nations to develop its own powerful standing army.
The treaty would draw the United Satates into foreign entanglements through the League of nations.
The treaty would force the United States to surrender the territorial gains it made during the war.
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Following WWI the United States experienced a period of technological advancement in transportation.

Which advancement in transportation ocurred during this period?
Introduction of the electric streetcar
Increased availability of the automobile
Decreased cost of commercial air travel
Introduction of the transcontinental railroad
23
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Select all the consequences that resulted from the transportation advancement you identified in #22
traffic congestion
Increased use of coal
Municipal budget deficits
Increased demand for gasoline
Increased demand for steel and rubber
24
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Following WWI, the U.S moved to a foreign policy of isolationism.
Which actions taken by the U.S reflect the foreign policy position of Isolationism?
signing treaties addressing arms limitation
leading military intervention to stop German aggression
agreeing to a pact that outlawed war as an instrument of national policy
refusing to join the League of Nations
competing with European countries to establish overseas expansion
supplying economic and military aide to contries fighting communism
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