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  1. 1. President Wilson broke diplomatic relations with Germany when
    b) Germany announced that it would wage unrestricted submarine warfare in the Atlantic
  2. 2. The Zimmermann note involved a proposed secret agreement between
    c) Germany and Mexico
  3. 3. The U.S. declared war on Germany
    e) after German U-boats sank four unarmed American merchant vessels
  4. 4. President Woodrow Wilson persuaded the American people to enter World War I by
    c) pledging to make the war �a war to end all wars� and to make the world safe for democracy
  5. 5. President Wilson viewed America�s entry into World War I as an opportunity for the U.S. to
    e) shape a new international order based on the ideals of democracy
  6. 6. Of Woodrow Wilson�s Fourteen Points, the one that he hoped would provide a system of collective security was the
    b) League of Nations
  7. 7. The major problem for George Creel and his Committee on Public Information was that
    a) he oversold Wilson�s ideals and led the world to expect too much.
  8. 8. Match each civilian administrator below with the World War I mobilization agency that he directed. A. George Creel 1. War Industries BoardB. Herbert Hoover 2. Committee on Public Information C. Bernard Baruch 3. Food Administration D. William H. Taft 4. National War Labor Board
    d) A-2, B-3, C-1, D-4
  9. 9. When the U.S. entered World War I, it was
    e) poorly prepared to leap into global war
  10. 10. During World War I, civil liberties in America were
    e) denied to many, especially those suspected of disloyalty
  11. 11. Two constitutional amendments adopted in part because of because of wartime influences were the 18th, which dealt with _________________, and the 19th, whose subject was _______________.
    c) prohibition; woman suffrage
  12. 12. As a result of their work supporting the war effort, women
    b) finally received the right to vote
  13. 13. During World War I, the government�s treatment of labor could be best described as
    a) fair
  14. 14. The strikes and sabotage of the Industrial Workers of the World during WWI were
    e) the result of some of the worst working conditions in the country
  15. 15. Grievances of labor during and shortly after World War I include all of the following except
    c) suppression of the American Federation of Labor
  16. 16. The 1919 steel strike resulted in
    d) a grievous setback crippling the union movement for a decade
  17. 17. The movement of tens of thousands of Southern blacks north during WWI resulted in
    b) racial violence in the North
  18. 18. Most wartime mobilization agencies relied on _____________ to prepare the economy for war.
    b) voluntary compliance
  19. 19. Most of the money raised to finance World War I came from
    e) loans
  20. 20. In an effort to make economic mobilization more efficient during World War I, the federal government took over and operated
    a) the railroads
  21. 21. The U.S. used all of the flowing methods to support the war effort except
    c) using government power extensively to regulate the economy
  22. 22. During World War I the U.S. used naval vessels
    a) made from concrete
  23. 23. When the U.S. entered WWI in 1917, most Americans did not believe that
    e) it would be necessary to send a large American army to Europe
  24. 24. Those who protested conscription during World War I did so because
    a) they disliked the idea of compelling a person to serve
  25. 25. During WWI, American troops fought in all of the following countries except
    a) Czechoslovakia
  26. 26. A unique feature of the U.S. armed forces during World War I was
    e) the entry of women for the first time
  27. 27. Russia�s withdrawal from World War I in 1918 resulted in
    c) the release of thousands of German troops for deployment on the front in France
  28. 28. The first significant engagement of American troops in a European battle in American history came in the spring of 1918
    b) Chateau-Thierry
  29. 29. The Second Battle of the Marne was significant because it
    e) marked the beginning of a German withdrawal that was never reversed
  30. 30. As a condition of ending World War I, Woodrow Wilson demanded that
    d) the German Kaiser be forced from power
  31. 31. The U.S.� main contributions to the Allied victory in World War I included all of the following except
    a) battlefield victories
  32. 32. The Germans were eventually demoralized by
    c) the U.S.� troop reserves
  33. 33. The chief difference between Woodrow Wilson and the parliamentary statesmen at the Paris peace table was that Wilson
    b) did not command a legislative majority at home
  34. 34. Woodrow Wilson�s ultimate goal at the Paris Peace conference was to
    d) establish the League of Nations
  35. 35. At the Paris Peace Conference, Wilson sought all of the following goals except
    b) an end to the European colonial empires in Africa and Asia
  36. 36. Opposition to the League of Nations by the U.S. Senate during the Paris Peace Conference
    a) gave Allied leaders in Paris a stronger bargaining position
  37. 37. After the Treaty of Versailles had been signed, Wilson
    b) was condemned by both disillusioned liberals and frustrated imperialists
  38. 38. In the U.S., the most controversial aspect of the Treaty of Versailles was
    e) Article X
  39. 39. The Republican strategy regarding the Treaty of Versailles was to
    a) delay and amend the treaty
  40. 40. Senate opponents of the League of Nations as proposed in the Treaty of Versailles argued that it
    c) robbed Congress of its war-declaring powers
  41. 41. In Congress, the most reliable support for Wilson�s position on the League of nations came from
    e) Democrats
  42. 42. The Senate likely would have accepted American participation in the League of Nations had Wilson
    d) had been willing to compromise with League opponents in Congress
  43. 43. Who was most responsible for the Senate defeat of the Treaty of Versailles?
    b) Woodrow Wilson
  44. 44. Wilson�s �solemn referendum� in 1920 concerned
    c) his attempt to use the presidential election as a public vote on the Treaty of Versailles
  45. 45. Republican isolationists successfully turned Warren Harding�s 1920 presidential victory into a
    e) death sentence for the League of Nations
  46. 46.The major weakness of the League of Nations was that it
    d)did not include the U.S.
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