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HISTORY 2020 FIRST TAKE HOME EXAM

You may use only class notes, your weekly outlines, and your text book. Nothing will be accepted from the Internet, or any other source. REMEMBER, USE OF THE INTENET IS PLAGARISM.

 

YOU MUST EMPHASIZE CLASS NOTES AND OUTLINES! You may use your book, but your answers will not be correct if you do not provide responses which reflect the class lectures/discussions.

 

YOU MUST DO YOUR OWN WORK! You are not to discuss, or work on the exam, with anyone else. All writing must be your own.

 

YOU WILL NOT SHARE THIS EXAM WITH A FRATERNITY/SORORITY OR ANY OTHER ORGANIZATION OR ENTITY. IF YOU LEARN THAT ANOTHER STUDENT HAS DONE THIS, YOU WILL REPORT THAT STUDENT TO YOUR INSTRUCTOR.

 

 

 

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Short Answer

What deal between the two parties resulted from the 1876 election (2 points)

 

What two groups were the basis of the Democratic party after 1876? (Two points)

 

What three commercial products came out of the south in the late 1800’s? (Three points)

 

For what three reasons did migrants move west in the late 1800’s? (Three points)

 

 

What was meant by “Rum, Romanism and Rebellion”? Why did this comment backfire on Republicans? (Three Points)

 

 

What happened in Haymarket Square on May 1, 1886? What happened on May 4? Who was convicted in the trial? What did Governor Altgeld do in 1893? (Four points)

 

 

 

What was the Homestead Lockout? What did Alexander Berkman do? What did Carnegie do? (Three points)

 

 

Why did Pullman workers go on strike in 1895? What happened when Railroad workers went on a sympathy strike? What did President Cleveland do? How were the careers of Eugene Debs and Clarence Darrow affected? (Five points)

 

 

 

What problems did farmers face? (Three points)

 

 

Why did populists advocate free coinage of silver? ((Bimetallism) One point)

 

 

To what two groups was William Jennings Bryan appealing in his “Cross of Gold” speech? (Two Points)

 

 

 

Why was Bryan the first modern Democratic Presidential candidate? (One point)

 

 

Why was Bryan the first modern presidential candidate? (One Point)

 

 

What labor reform laws were originated with the Socialists? (Three points)

 

 

 

What was the title of Alfred Thayer Mahon’s book? What two things did he say? (Three points)

 

For what reasons did the American imperialists want war with Spain? (Five points)

What three groups of men served in the Rough Riders? (Three points)

 

 

 

Who were the anti-imperialists, and why did they oppose US acquisition of the Philippines? (sixteen points)

 

 

 

Why was the relationship beneficial to both countries? (Four points)

 

 

What did President T Roosevelt say in the Roosevelt Corollary? (one point)

 

 

How did TR handle the Venezuela/German Crisis? (Two points)

 

 

What was the “Open Door” policy and “Gunboat diplomacy”? (Two points)

 

What did TR do about the trusts (monopolies), labor and conservation? (Three points)

 

 

 

 

Why was the Progressive era not a good time for minorities? (Two points)

What did the following do? (One point each):

 

Sixteenth amendment

 

Underwood tariff

 

Federal Reserve Act

 

Where was the Nineteenth Amendment ratified?

 

Who/ what were the following? (One point each)

Memphis woman who led an international campaign against lynching

 

Memphis woman who became a crusader for organized labor

 

Russian Jewish immigrant/anarchist

 

Massachusetts Senator/ imperialist/friend of TR

 

Dawes act

 

Chinese exclusion act

 

Scottish immigrant/Steel baron/richest man in the world

 

Gospel of wealth

 

Social Darwinism

 

Organized oil industry

 

Financier/ created “communities of interest”

 

Founder of Hull House, one of founders of NAACP

Southern Populist who created bi-racial political coalition in Georgia

 

Muckraker who wrote about the meat industry in The Jungle

 

Muckraker who exposed the Rockefeller business practices

 

Jewish businessman lynched in Georgia 1915

 

Epic film which glorified reconstruction era Ku Klux Klan

 

 

Businessman who made automobiles affordable for average person

Subject History
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