Chapter 1, All in the Family
1. The connection between the United States and _________________ is both long lasting and complex.
(b) The Philippines.
2. When did the United States take the Philippines as a "prize?"
(a) In the Cold War.
(b) In the French and Indian ar.
(c) In the Spanish American War.
(d) In World War I.
3. How has the Filipino perception of the United States changed over the years?
(a) From foe to friend.
(b) From protector to occupying nation.
(c) From occupying nation to protector.
(d) From friend to foe.
4. Who have found their lives inexorably linked to the Philippines?
(a) Many island residents.
(b) Many famed historical leaders.
(c) Many Americans.
(d) Many Spanish.
5. What kind of relationship exists between the United States and the Philippines?
(a) A loving relationship.
(b) A healthy relationship.
(c) A relationship full of hatred.
(d) A love/hate relationship.
6. What were the Philippines to the Spanish initially?
(a) An ally.
(b) An enemy.
(c) A state.
(d) A colony.
7. What explorer first finds the Philippines?
(a) Vasco da Gama.
(b) Ferdinand Magellan.
(c) Christopher Columbus.
(d) Franz Ferdinand.
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