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Homework Help: US History

Posted by Isabella on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at 3:00pm.

18. Which U.S. president made the following proposal?

"A general association of nations must be formed under specific covenants for the purpose of affording mutual guarantees of political independence and territorial integrity to great and small states alike."
(Points : 3)
Woodrow Wilson

William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

19. Which U.S. president said the following in an annual message to Congress?

"Today, more than ever before, American capital is seeking investment in foreign countries, and American products are more and more generally seeking foreign markets."
(Points : 3)
William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

Woodrow Wilson

20. Which U.S. president wrote the following in his autobiography?

"By far the most important action I took in foreign affairs during the time I was President was related to the Panama Canal."
(Points : 3)
William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft

Woodrow Wilson

21. What is the name given to the extension of the Monroe Doctrine that one U.S. president used to justify intervention in Latin American affairs?
(Points : 3)
Wilson Peace Protection Plan

Taft Addendum

McKinley Doctrine

Roosevelt Corollary

22. What is the best description for Woodrow Wilson's approach to foreign policy?
(Points : 3)
Build the army and navy in order to equal the imperialism of other nations.

Speak softly and carry a big stick.

Promote U.S. investments and increase trade.

Use American influence to promote world freedom, democracy, and peace.

23. Which was a final action leading to U.S. participation in World War I?
(Points : 3)
the bombing of Hawaii

the addition of Mexico to the Allies

unrestricted German attacks on submarines

requests for support from England and France

24. Which policies kept the United States from entering World War I in its first three years?
(Points : 3)
isolationism and neutrality

imperialism and democracy

imperialism and neutrality

the Monroe Doctrine and anti-imperialism

25. What was the ultimate impact of U.S. participation in World War I on Germany and its allies?
(Points : 3)
Germany became more determined than ever, causing an increase in the death rate.

U.S. participation caused a rift between Britain and France that extended the war.

Germany's allies abandoned it once the United States committed to war.

American forces ended the stalemate on the western front, which led to Germany's defeat.

26. What impact did U.S. entry into World War I have on labor and production?
(Points : 3)
Farming and agriculture fell short of meeting the food requirements of the military.

There was a serious labor shortage that was difficult to fill.

The civilian population was unable to keep up with the supply needs of the military.

With men drafted to serve in the military, jobs opened for women and minorities.

27. What was the purpose of the Committee on Public Information?
(Points : 3)
to be certain that Congress was accurately informed about the progress of the war

to create propaganda to encourage support for America's participation in World War I

to check rumors and reports of war activity to ensure accuracy for the American people

to invite various groups to meet to share reports of civilian and military activities in World War I

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