1. social studies

    How did U.S. participation in World War I impact U.S. foreign policy in the decade immediately after the war? A) The United States joined the League of Nations. B) The United States strengthened its alliances in Latin America. C) The United States used the
  2. History

    Which was a consequence of the United States' entry into World War I? Ottoman forces shifted their troops to fight against the Allied powers on the western front German troops became demoralized and eventually surrendered in the face of the arrival of
  3. History

    What new idea about the role of the United States in the world emerged as a result of World War II? A:Only a return to U.S. isolationism could prevent future conflicts. B:U.S. prosperity hinged on the world peace and economic development C:The war had
  4. World history

    What was an impact of the United States entry into World War 1? A-the arrival of fresh troops to the allied side forced Germany to agree to cease-fire within a year. B-Britain shifted most of its troops to the eastern front because they were no longer
  5. Socials

    What was an impact of the United States entry into World War I? a.Tensions developed between American and French troops over who would occupy the best trenches. b.Britain shifted most of its troops to the eastern front because they were no longer needed in
  6. History

    What was an impact of the United States entry into World War I? A. The arrival of fresh troops to the allied side forced germany to agree to a cease-fire within a year. B. Tensions developed between american and french troops over who would occupy the best
  7. Social Studies

    Nazis killed about how many Jews in the Holocaust of World War II? A. 10,000 B. 100,000*** C. 500,000 D. 6 million The Homestead Act of 1862 gave free what to settlers? A. food B. water C. houses D. land*** which of the following was NOT granted to the
  8. US History

    Why did many progressives of both major parties saw American entry into World War I as a peerless opportunity? Many Progressives during the First World War, Republican and Democrat alike, realized something of great importance to furthering their goals:
  9. history

    What impact did the Reagan Doctrine have on the Soviet Union? The Reagan Doctrine extended economic aid to first-world nations in an attempt to supplant Communist leanings. The United States extended the Roosevelt Corollary to include the Soviet Union from
  10. Modern World History

    Can someone give me some ideas on what they think, your views might have been about the coming war of World War 1. Most people in Europe didn't want war, but were forced into it by their nationalistic and militaristic leaders and their enemies. Of course,
  11. Social Studies

    Why didn't countries other than the United States take a leadership role in the world after World War II? A)The United States was one of the only democracies strong enough to fight communism. B)The United States was the only Western nation with a military
  12. Question

    Hi i put a question that i wanted to know about down below How did the haitian revolution impact the history of the united states? A.It brought the united states into a war with spain over cuba. B.France no longer had haiti,so Napeleon was willing to sell
  13. S.S

    Hi i put a question that i wanted to know about down below How did the haitian revolution impact the history of the united states? A.It brought the united states into a war with spain over cuba. B.France no longer had haiti,so Napeleon was willing to sell
  14. Social Studies again!

    Please help! I'm not the greatest with SS. If you answer, please exlain if ou can, this way I can understand it better. O.K, here it goes. The United States feared that the Soviets where trying to expand there power throughout the world. This fear resulted
  15. History

    Why was the bombing of Pearl Harbor a turning point in World War II? A)Immediately after Pearl Harbor, the Japanese surrendered. B)The Germans simultaneously bombed the United States. C)Before this event, the United States had not declared war. D)The
  16. History

    Based on the quote, which conclusion can be made about the United States during World War II? The quote below was written during the 1940s: "The senselessness of all the inactive manpower. . . . [M]en who are able and willing to do all they can to lick the
  17. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    1. During the 2000 election, it came down to a 400 difference in what state? A: Florida 2. Why was the United States involved in the Persian Gulf War? A: To expel Iraq from Kuwait, which has one of the largest oil reserves in the world, and protect our
  18. U.S. History (Check!)

    . During the 2000 election, it came down to a 400 difference in what state? A: Florida 2. Why was the United States involved in the Persian Gulf War? A: To expel Iraq from Kuwait, which has one of the largest oil reserves in the world, and protect our
  19. US HISTORY

    1. How did the Iranian Revolution impact the United States? 2. What was Ronald Reagan’s view on the US government? 3. What are the Moral Majority and the “Contract with America?” 4. What did the falling communist regimes in Eastern Europe have in
  20. History

    What was one main outcome of World War II? A)Germany controlled much of Europe. B)The United States emerged as a major world power. C)Great Britain and the United States became lasting enemies. D)Japan developed powerful new military weapons. B
  21. History

    Compare and contrast the war efforts of the united states to remain neutral in World War 1 and World War 2.
  22. Question

    Mrs.sue Can you just give me the answer ive really had a hard day.and i don't expect you to take pittey i just really need the answer -_- How did the haitian revolution impact the history of the united states? A.It brought the united states into a war with
  23. history

    How did Kennan’s Long Telegram shape the United States interaction with Communism throughout the world? A. The united states conquered communism by economically oppressing third-world nations. B. The united states created the european union to maintain
  24. social studies

    PLEASE CHECK 1. what was one immediate effect of the Cold War on South Carolina and the nation? a. travel for pleasure was drastically reduced b. it was more difficult to obtain goods from foreign countries* c. the united states and germany continued to be
  25. world history

    Which of the following is NOT true about the arms race between the United States and the Soviet Union during the cold war? A. The Soviet Union created the first man-made satellite, prompting the United States to develop the National Aeronautics and Space
  26. History

    which conclusion is best supported by the fact that the United States did not enter World War II until 1942 a. US leaders did not believe that the events of the war justified involvement until 1942 b. Germany had not been involved in the World War II until
  27. history

    •Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies? Why?
  28. hist/175

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies? Why?
  29. history

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policie? Can someone
  30. history

    Do you think that the Korean War was merely a civil war in which the United States supported one side, or should it be considered an international war in which the United States used the United Nations to further its anticommunist policies?
  31. social studies

    What was a direct result of the United States' fear that the Soviet Union would expand is power around the world? 1)World War II 2)the Cold War 3)communism 4)the Treaty of Versailles I think #2 Thank you.
  32. History

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect
  33. history

    Which best describes how the United States moved away from isolationism? a.The United States began to sell weapons to the Axis powers after the Soviet Union’s invasion of Poland. b.The United States established military bases throughout Europe to protect
  34. U.S. History (Check)(REED)

    1. Name 4 ways the United States tried to help the war in Europe without actually going to war. 1# U.S. Congress passing the Lend-Lease Act, which enabled the United States to lend and/or lease arms to any country that could be a vital ally to the United
  35. History

    The effects of world war 2 are best judged as? A. Very unimportant because the war lasted only a short time B. Somewhat unimportant because the United States and it’s allies won C. Neutral because wars still take place around the world D. Very
  36. World History

    How did Cold War conflicts between the United States and the Soviet Union impact political ideologies around the world? Include details about the spread of democracy and communism and the adoption of socialism in various forms.
  37. math

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2009 there were 21,854,374 veterans in the United States. Veterans of the Korean War accounted for 12.4% of that total, while 10.7% were veterans of World War II. What is the positive difference between the numbers of
  38. 8th grade

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau in 2009 there were 21,854,374 veterans in the United States. Veterans of the Korean War accounted for 12.4% of that total, while 10.7% were veterans of World War II. What is the positive difference between the numbers of
  39. Social studies

    why was the americans attack on manila harbor in the philippines important for a quick american victory in the spanish american war? The United States relied on war supplies from Asia and securing the Philippines protected those.••• The United States
  40. U.S. History (REED)(Check, Please!!!)

    Write a paragraph on the similarities and differences of isolationism and internationalism. Then write another paragraph explaining the different reasons why the United States did not want to get involved with the problems of Europe (practice neutrality).
  41. History

    "Americans had decided how to rule their new territories. When the war with Spain began, the United States pledged to "leave the government and control of cuba to its people." In what way did the United States fail to keep the promise referred to in this
  42. social studies 8th

    1. What was the cause of American leaders’ initial refusal to enter World War I? (1 point) They wanted to maintain the country’s isolationist policy.*** They were not certain the country had the resources to fight. The United States did not wish to
  43. History- WWI

    What effect did the entry of the United States into WWI have on the war? Why?
  44. college

    Do some research into why the United States has been so slow to adopt metric measurements. What problems does this cause for the United States? What benefits might it bring the United States? How might you resolve the gap between the United States'
  45. U.S. History

    TRUE OR FALSE (The First World War) 1. Until 1915, most Americans thought of the war as a European conflict that would have little effect in the United States. 2. Big Berthas were massive ships used to transport German troops. 3. The Treaty of Versailles
  46. grammar

    Indentify each sentence as simple, compound, complex, or compound-complex. Could you tell me if my answers are correct please? 1. In 1942, the United States Navy sank four Japanese aircraft carriers; moreover, the United States Army Air Force joined
  47. History

    What effect did John Hay's open door policy letters have on the imperial powers of Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and Japan? A)It provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States B)It caused the imperial powers to restrict trade in their
  48. Imperialism and World War I

    what effect did john hay's open door policy letter have on the imperial powers of britain france germany russia and japan? A) It provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States. B) It caused the imperial powers to restrict trade in their
  49. Social studies

    what effect did john hay's open door policy letters have on the imperial powers of britain france germany russia and japan? A:it provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States B:it caused the imperial powers to restrict trade in their
  50. Social Studies

    I NEED HELP QUICK!!!! what effect did John Hay's open door policy letters have on the imperial powers of Britain France Germany Russia and Japan? 1. it provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States. 2. it caused the imperial powers to
  51. Social Studies

    I would appreciate it if you guys could help me, even if you don't tell the whole answer and just a hint. Thank you! 2. Why was it important for the United States to maintain good relations with North Africa and Southwest Asia? A. The United States was
  52. American History

    True or False The population of the United States dropped sharply after World War II. -----------------my answer: True Because world war II resulted in more deaths and destroyed more propertey than any other was in history. is it right?
  53. Social Studies

    I'm majorly behind in school right now and I really want to get caught up, but I need some help on this assignment. 1.What effect did John Hay's open door policy letters have on the imperial powers of Britain,France,Germany,Russia, and Japan? A.It provoked
  54. Social STUDIES

    which of the following statements about World War 1 would be most difficult to prove and disprove a. American casualties were more numerous than in any other war. b. it was the first war in which the opposing sides used airplanes c. the U.S government
  55. social studies

    why did the French give up their control of their colony in Vietnam in 1954? 1) a bloody war with communist led by Ho Chi Minh 2) the entry of the United States into the war in Vietnam
  56. Social Studies

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply. 1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided
  57. Social studies

    which of the following statements about World War 1 would be most difficult to prove and disprove a. American casualties were more numerous than in any other war. b. it was the first war in which the opposing sides used airplanes c. the U.S government
  58. us history

    why did united states policy makers feel the need to secure new markets abroad in the late 1800s? what risks did the united states take in attepting to find new foreign markets? why did the american public favor war with spain what impact did teddy
  59. History

    Which is an impact of World War 1 A: German and Russian monarchies became stronger. B: The united states became the largest creditor nation. C: Europeans used their money to buy American goods. D: France no longer had a demand for British goods. My answer
  60. History

    Can someone please check my answers? 1.What was the U.S. response to the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001? A. The United States launched a global war on terrorism. B. The United States pulled out all troops fighting in other countries. C. The United
  61. government

    the united states began to emerge as a world power after a. the spanish-american war b. the revolutionary war c. wwI b
  62. social studies

    After world War ll the world's two powerful nations were the United States and _____.
  63. world history

    Which two nations rose as the world's superpowers after World War II? I say United States and the Soviet Union
  64. Social studies help please

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico’s civil war (select 2 answers) -Relations had weakened between United States and the new government**** -Mexico was unable to end war without US intervention*** -the United States provides troops to
  65. algebra help

    What was the percentagw increase in motor vehicle production in countries out side the united states from 1950 to 1997? 1997 world total 53,463 the united states 12,119 1950 the world total 10577 the united states 8,006 these number are in thousands i
  66. Social Studies

    This is the only question I need help with! My answer for it is, C. Why was it important for the United States to maintain good relations with North Africa and Southwest Asia? The United States was looking to expand trade into the region. The manufacturing
  67. world history

    who was the President of the United States that had won re-election in 1916 on the platform "he kept us out of the war" that now led the country into world War I? Woodrow Wilson
  68. US History

    Somehow this question is supposed to relate to the Supreme Court I think? I need ideas... "How did World War II help redefine the United States' image in the world?"
  69. American Government

    What was the name of the nonmilitary struggle between the United States and its allies (anti-Communists) and the former Soviet Union and its allies (Communists) that began shortly after World War II and continued through the 1980s? a. Cold War. b.
  70. Social Studies

    1) The four major kinds of natural vegetation in the United States and Canada are tundra, grassland, desert scrub, and a. permafrost. b. forest. c. swamp. d. all of the above 2) Why is mining important to the economy of the United States? a. It employs
  71. U.S. History

    1) How did Germany's use of unrestricted submarine warfare lead to American entry into World War I? A: Germany's use of unrestricted submarine warfare lead to American entry into World War I after German submarines destroyed American ships, killing 128
  72. U.S. History

    1. Explain how the United States contributed to the Allied war effort during World War I. 2. Discuss the role America played in determining the outcome of the conflict.
  73. U.S. History

    1. Explain how the United States contributed to the Allied war effort during World War I. 2. Discuss the role America played in determining the outcome of the conflict.
  74. government

    "The united states in congress assembled shall never engage in war...nor coin money,nor regulate the value thereof, nor [spend] the sums and expenses necessary for the defense and welfare of the united states...nor borrow money on the credit of the united
  75. U.S. History

    What slowed down the United States entrance into World War one? European countries had been fighting wars off and on for many years. There was a strong feeling in the U.S. that we didn't want to be involved in Europe's wars. Germany was not a direct threat
  76. history

    Please please check my answers? and correct if needed? Thanks! 1. Which of the following represents an argument for annexing Texas? (1 point) Another slave state would be added, causing political debate. Texas was an independent state, so a treaty would
  77. social studies

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply. 1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided
  78. science

    What problems does this cause for the United States? What benefits might it bring the United States? How might you resolve the gap between the United States' measurement system and that of the rest of the world?
  79. History

    Which of these questions was central for U.S foreign policy in the years immediately following the War of 1812? A. Should the United States expand into the Pacific? B. What should be down about Texan independence? C. How should the boundary between the
  80. Social Studies

    How did the Louisiana purchase affect the united states a. it led to war between the united states and Mexico **** b. decreased the size of the united states c. it provided alternative trading routes across the country d. it passed the Indian removal act I
  81. college American Government

    How should the United States prosecute its war against global terrorism over the next several years? Should the United States become more aggressive in taking preemptive action in accordance with the Bush Doctrine? Or should the United States be more
  82. Social Studies

    1. How did World War 1 change warfare? A. By introducing the atomic bomb B. By showing the effectiveness of trench warfare C. By using tanks, airplanes, and machine guns D. By demonstrating the success of the blitzkrieg 2. Which of the following was a
  83. US HISTORY *JUST NEED CHECKED*

    What foreign policy did the United States follow before entering World War 2? * Isolationsism Communism(MY ANSWER) Socialism Blitzkrieg Japan is a country made up of islands * True (MY ANSWER) False Why was Japan so interested in controlling the islands in
  84. social studies

    what main reason did congress initially refuse to annex texas If the united states annexed texas it would almost certainly cause a war with mexico *** If the united states annexed texas it would enter as a free state and anger southerners If the united
  85. history- world war 1 entrance

    What slowed down the U.S. entrance into World War 1? I already have many Americans simply did not want to send their sons to war and pacifists urged the United States to set an example for peace. I need one more. Your question presumes it should have been
  86. Social Studies

    What was one event that helped make the united states a world power? A. The country experienced the Great Depression. B. The country fought in World War I. C. The country signed the Peace of Paris D. The country fought in the French and Indian War.
  87. history

    where did the united states get the most of the money to finance world war 1
  88. history

    what conditions were present in the united states after world war 1?
  89. SS

    In 1954, the French gave up control of their colony in Vietnam, primarily because of: A. A bloody war for independence fought by Communists under Ho Chi Minh. B. The entry of the United States into the war in Vietnam. C. Invasion by the Japanese. D.
  90. Us history help

    What was United States stance before 1917 in world war 1? Was it neutral?
  91. Social Studies

    Why did the United States enter World War 1? A. It did not agree with British politics. B. It wanted land in Europe. C. It was attacked by Japan.*** D. It wanted the economic opportunities that the war could bring.
  92. World History

    Which of the following was an effect of Allied defeats and high casualty rates on the Eastern Front? A. Russia entered the war on the Allied side B. Russia experienced a revolution and dropped out of the war. C. The United States issued the Four Points. D.
  93. please help social studies thank you

    Explain the effects of World War II, on both the United States and on Georgia. (5 points) please help
  94. georgia state history

    Explain the effects of World War II, on both the United States and on Georgia. (5 points) Please help.
  95. History

    what type of foreign policy did united states adopt after world war 1
  96. History!

    Was the United States “correct” in considering the Soviet Union to be a threat following the Second World War?
  97. U.S. History

    Explain the domestic problems confronted by the United States during World War I.
  98. ss

    in the years before world war 1 the united states foreign policy was one of what? please zero or ary
  99. world history

    The thirteen stripes on this United States flag represent the number of A- original colonies B- revolutionary war battles C- president of the United States D- states in the Union
  100. History

    The Lend-Lease Act was an attempt by the United States to A) stay out of World War I. B) supply iron and oil to Japan. C) divide land acquired from the Mexican War. D) let England borrow weapons in the early 1940's.