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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Hofstadter, which politician was the only person to have his status elevated as a result of World War I?
(a) William Howard Taft.
(b) Franklin D. Roosevelt.
(c) Theodore Roosevelt.
(d) Herbert Hoover.
2. What studies did Franklin Roosevelt pursue?
(a) Literature and writing.
(b) Law and politics.
(c) Science and medicine.
3. With what social class was Franklin Roosevelt associated?
(a) The middle class.
(b) The common laborer.
(c) The wealthy New York elite.
(d) The working class.
4. What political changes occurred during the Gilded Age?
(a) The Supreme Court was formed.
(b) Politics became corrupt.
(c) Congress gained the power of veto.
(d) Socialist policies allowed more governmental control.
5. What famous treaty was created at the end of World War I?
(a) The Treaty of Versailles.
(b) The Munich Agreement.
(c) The North Atlantic Treaty.
(d) The UN Charter.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who was responsible for organizing the League of Nations after World War I?
2. What position did Herbert Hoover hold in both Presidents Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge's cabinets?
3. Where did Herbert Hoover attend school?
4. Which late 19th century president does Hofstadter refer to as "dogmatic, obtuse, and insensitive?"
5. What was Franklin Roosevelt's view on social reforms?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the free silver issue?
2. Describe Herbert Hoover.
3. Describe William Jennings Bryan.
4. How did Theodore Roosevelt affect American politics after his term in office?
5. What was Woodrow Wilson's philosophy concerning World War I?
6. What was the League of Nations?
7. How did Grover Cleveland's administration impact the economy of the United States?
8. Why was Theodore Roosevelt considered a Conservative Progressive?
9. How did William Jennings Bryan rise to power?
10. Describe Woodrow Wilson.
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