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Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

____     1. Woodrow Wilson sent marines into several Latin American countries to
            a. protect the southwestern border of the United States from attack.
            b. preserve trading rights for American companies in Latin America.
            c. protect United States citizens living in Latin America when civil wars broke out
                there.
            d. set up stable democratic governments in Latin America.
____     2. The ÒBig FourÓ who attended the peace conference at the end of World War I were the leaders
            from the United States, Britain, France, and
            a. Russia.                                    c. Italy.
            b. Germany.                                   d. Austria-Hungary.
____     3. Woodrow Wilson used MexicoÕs refusal to apologize for arresting American sailors in Tampico
            as an excuse to
            a. arrest Mexican sailors currently in United States ports.
            b. deport Mexican citizens in the United States back to Mexico.
            c. attempt to overthrow the Mexican government.
            d. conduct a series of raids across the border into Mexico.
____     4. According to the Zimmermann telegram, if Mexico allied with Germany, Germany would
            a. send troops to support the Huerta government.
            b. prevent the United States from taking control of Mexico.
            c. help Mexico regain Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona.
            d. help Mexico take control of Central America.
____     5. Stock prices first began to decline in late 1929 because
            a. stockbrokers stopped margin loans.         c. several companies went bankrupt.
            b. company earnings declined.                 d. investors began to sell their stock.
____     6. During the Great Depression, when a bank collapsed,
            a. the government stepped in to run the bank.
            b. the government covered the bankÕs debts.
            c. the government repaid deposits on insured accounts only.
            d. depositors lost their savings.
____     7. A major reason for Herbert HooverÕs landslide victory in the 1928 election was
            a. the prosperity of the 1920s.               c. his promise to end Prohibition.
            b. his tax relief plan.                       d. his plan to support farm prices.
____     8. The stock market crash weakened the nationÕs banks because
            a. banks had invested depositorsÕ money deposits in the stock market.
            b. banks depended on income from the sale of their stock for operating funds.
            c. investors no longer had money to deposit in banks.
            d. investors could no longer afford to take out loans from banks.

             Causes of the Great Depression
             Overproduction and low demand leads to employee layoffs
             Low wages reduce consumer buying power
             High tariffs restrict foreign demand for American goods
             Unemployment reduces buying power




____    9.         According to the graphic, high tariffs restricted foreign demand for American manufactured
             goods. Why were these tariffs in place?
             a. Hoover refused to allow any foreign imports into the country.
             b. It was a provision of the Treaty of Versailles.
             c. It was a constitutional requirement.
             d. It made U.S. goods cheaper than foreign imports.
____   10.   Two causes of the rise of dictatorships after World War I were
             a. the peace treaty and economic depression.
             b. new political ideas and economic depression.
             c. the peace treaty and lack of strong leadership after the war.
             d. new political ideas and lack of strong leadership after the war.
____   11.   Adolf Hitler blamed GermanyÕs defeat in World War I on the
             a. weak German ruler.                         c. Jews.
             b. democratic form of government.             d. Slavs.
____   12.   The Nye Committee report created the impression that AmericaÕs entry into World War I was
             influenced by
             a. attacks on American merchant ships.
             b. militarism in Europe.
             c. American arms manufacturers.
             d. the American Communist Party.
____   13.   The British and French realized that appeasement had failed when Hitler
             a. invaded Czechoslovakia.
             b. invaded Austria.
             c. invaded Poland.
             d. made demands for territory in Poland.
____   14.   Most of the Jewish refugees aboard the SS St. Louis
             a. immigrated to the U.S.                     c. were given refuge in Mexico.
             b. disembarked in Cuba.                       d. died in the NazisÕ Òfinal solution.Ó
____   15.   The NazisÕ Òfinal solutionÓ referred to their plans to
             a. defeat France.                             c. exterminate EuropeÕs Jews.
             b. conquer Britain.                           d. rule Europe after conquering it.
____   16.   In presenting his ÒFour Freedoms,Ó Roosevelt was trying to
             a. justify AmericaÕs neutrality.
             b. justify his call for speeding up AmericaÕs military build-up.
             c. shift public opinion toward entering the war.
             d. shift public opinion toward helping Britain.
____   17.   To get resources, the Japanese military invaded
             a. Taiwan.                                    c. Tibet.
             b. Korea.                                     d. Manchuria.
____   18.   The Neutrality Act of 1935 made it illegal for
             a. American citizens to join another countryÕs military.
             b. Americans to sell arms to any country at war.
             c. Congress to declare war on any country.
             d. Americans to join the Communist or Fascist Party.
____   19.   In the Munich Conference, Britain and France
             a. told Hitler that they would declare war if he invaded Czechoslovakia.
             b. gave in to HitlerÕs demands for the Sudetenland.
             c. allowed Czechoslovakia to become a German protectorate.
             d. told Hitler they would declare war if he invaded Poland.
____   20.   The Nazi-Soviet nonaggression treaty contained a secret deal to
             a. divide Poland between them.              c. not fight each other.
             b. divide France between them.              d. fight France and Britain.
____   21.   In the Battle of Britain,
             a. British troops defeated the German ground invasion.
             b. the British sunk most of the German ships that crossed the English Channel.
             c. the German air force destroyed the Royal Air Force.
             d. the Royal Air Force saved Britain from invasion.
____   22.   Roosevelt sent destroyers to Britain in exchange for
             a. cash.
             b. a promise to pay at warÕs end.
             c. U.S. bases on British-held territory.
             d. manufactured British goods.
____   23.   The Lend-Lease Act was RooseveltÕs way of getting arms to Britain without Britain having to
             a. pick them up.                            c. take out loans to pay for them.
             b. return them after the war.               d. pay cash.

             ÒI address you, the members of the Seventy-seventh Congress, at a moment unprecedented in the
             history of the Union. I use the word ÒunprecedentedÓ because at no previous time has American
             security been as seriously threatened from without as it is today. . . .
               Every realist knows that the democratic way of life is at this moment being directly assailed in
             every part of the worldÑassailed either by arms, or by secret spreading of poisonous propaganda
             by those who seek to destroy unity and promote discord in nations still at peace.Ó ÑFranklin
             Delano Roosevelt, in his 1941 State of the Union address


____   24.       What danger is President Roosevelt referring to in the passage above?
           a. Italy                                    c. Stalin
           b. Hitler                                   d. Jews
____   25. The cost-plus system sped up war production by
           a. imposing penalties on companies that did not meet their production quotas.
           b. providing larger profits for companies that worked fast and produced a lot.
           c. allowing previously competing companies to work together.
           d. providing bonuses for superior workmanship in war production.
____   26. During World War II, women were recruited into the military to
           a. serve in light combat.                   c. release men for combat.
             b. serve as cooks and nurses.                 d. entertain the troops.
____   27.   Roosevelt created the Fair Employment Practices Commission to
             a. mediate disputes between labor and management to avoid strikes.
             b. enforce nondiscrimination in hiring workers in defense industries.
             c. control wages and prices.
             d. recruit women and minorities to work in defense factories.
____   28.   As a result of a presidential order allowing the military to declare any part of the United States to
             be a military zone,
             a. many areas of the West became off-limits to civilians.
             b. many Japanese Americans were moved to internment camps.
             c. much of the Nevada desert became a weapons testing ground.
             d. many military installations sprang up along the West Coast.
____   29.   The Allies placed inflated rubber tanks, empty tents, and dummy landing craft along the coast of
             Britain to convince the Germans that
             a. the Allies had more troops than they really had.
             b. an invasion of Britain would be futile.
             c. the Allies planned to invade the coast of Germany rather than France.
             d. the Allies planned to land their invasion forces in Pas-de-Calais.
____   30.   Iwo Jima was an important objective for the American military because
             a. the Japanese were using it as a base to attack the U.S. fleet.
             b. the main Japanese naval force was stationed there.
             c. U.S. planes could bomb Japan from there.
             d. the islands were an important link in the Japanese supply lines.
____   31.   Over a third of all military equipment made during the war was manufactured by the
             a. steel industry.                            c. automobile industry.
             b. ship-building industry.                    d. aircraft industry.
____   32.   Migrant farmworkers became an important part of the SouthwestÕs agricultural system as a result
             of
             a. the planting of victory gardens.           c. the Bracero Program.
             b. a relaxation of immigration quotas.        d. the Great Migration.
____   33.   In the case Korematsu v. the United States, the Supreme Court ruled that relocation of Japanese
             Americans was
             a. constitutional, but the government had to pay them for property losses.
             b. unconstitutional, and they had to be released at once.
             c. constitutional because it was based on military urgency.
             d. unconstitutional because it was based on race.

             ÒThe greatest advantage the United States enjoyed on the ground in the fighting was . . . the jeep
             and the two-and-a-half ton truck. These are the instruments that moved and supplied United States
             troops in battle, while the German army . . . depended on animal transport. . . . The United States,
             profiting from the mass production achievements of its automotive industry . . . had mobility that
             completely outclassed the enemy.Ó ÑGeneral George Marshall


____   34.        What does this passage tell us about the way World War II was won?
             a.   Having superior equipment intimidated the enemy.
             b.   Moving troops and supplies quickly was critical.
             c.   Ground troops had the most difficult job.
             d.   Without jeeps and trucks, soldiers had to walk.

____   35.         What does this passage tell you about the Germans?
             a.   Their troops were not well trained.
             b.   They could not move supplies and troops as quickly as the Allies.
             c.   They had better mobility on the battlefield.
             d.   They had fewer troops than the Allies.

             ÒIf you are going to try and go to war, or to prepare for war, in a capitalist country, you have got
             to let business make money out of the process or business wonÕt work.Ó ÑHenry Stimson


____   36.         Stimson here supports RooseveltÕs belief that the best way to rapidly mobilize an economy
             is through ____ to companies.
             a. bonuses                                c. tax writeoffs
             b. incentives                             d. awards

Completion
Complete each statement.

       37. By 1871, after launching a series of wars, the German kingdom of ____________________ had
           united various German states into one nation.
       38. The ____________________ was a nationwide panic that arose from the fear that Communists
           might seize power in the United States.
       39. ____________________ invested in stocks, betting that the market would continue to climb so
           that they could make a quick profit.
       40. A long period of rising stock prices is known as a ____________________.
       41. The great stock market crash occurred in the year ____________________.
       42. The Fascist militia that supported Mussolini was known as the ____________________.
       43. The Nazi paramilitary units called _________________________ intimidated voters, helping the
           Nazi Party gain power.
       44. In his book, Adolf Hitler claimed that blond, blue-eyed Germans were descendents of a "master
           race" called ____________________.
       45. As Hitler began to claim lands for Germany, other nations followed a policy of
           ____________________, or giving in to his demands in exchange for peace.
       46. Hitler demanded the return of ____________________, a Baltic Sea port that had been separated
           from Germany and added to Poland at the end of World War I.
47. Britain and France declared war on Germany when Germany invaded ____________________.
48. The Hebrew term for the Holocaust is ____________________, meaning "catastrophe."
49. The ____________________ Act allowed the United States to send weapons to Britain if Britain
    promised to return them or pay rent for them when the war ended.
50. Talks between Roosevelt and Churchill on ships near Newfoundland in 1941 resulted in the
    _________________________, which committed the two leaders to a postwar world of
    democracy, nonaggression, and free trade.
51. Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor occurred on the date _________________________ (month, day,
    and year).
52. The code name for the Allied invasion of France was __________________________.
53. The Allies landed their invasion forces in the area of France called ____________________.
54. The American program to build an atomic bomb was code-named the
    __________________________.
55. The atomic bomb was first dropped on the Japanese city of ____________________.
Road to World War II
Answer Section

MULTIPLE CHOICE

      1. ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4.4
      2. ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
         section 3 For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4.5
      3. ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4.4
      4. ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4.5
      5. ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.1 | CA
         11.6.2
      6. ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.2
      7. ANS: A                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
         Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.5.1
      8. ANS: A                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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         the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
         section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.2
 9.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.2
      MSC: Document Based Question
10.   ANS: A                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7
11.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: E
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7
12.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7.1
13.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7
14.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7
15.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: E
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7
16.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.7.4
17.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
18.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1
19.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 544, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
20.   ANS: A                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
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      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
21.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 548, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
22.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 557, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1 | CA
      11.7.4
23.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 559, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1 | CA
      11.7.4
24.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 558, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
      section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1
      MSC: Document Based Question
25.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 574, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5
26.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 578, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5
27.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 588, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5
28.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: E
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 590, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5
29.   ANS: D                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 601, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.2
30.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 612, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 5. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 5 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.2
31.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 575, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.6
32.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 588, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.4 | CA
      11.8.2
33.   ANS: C                PTS: 1                 DIF: C
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 590, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5
34.   ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
      REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 575, and in
      the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
      section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
      Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.2 | CA
      11.7.6
      MSC: Document Based Question
    35. ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 575, and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
        section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
        MSC: Document Based Question
    36. ANS: B                PTS: 1                 DIF: A
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 573, and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
        section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.5 | CA
        11.7.6
        MSC: Document Based Question

COMPLETION

    37. ANS: Prussia

        PTS: 1                DIF: A
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 368, and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
        section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4
    38. ANS: Red Scare

        PTS: 1                DIF: E
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 393, and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 6,
        section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 6, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.4.5
    39. ANS: Speculators

        PTS: 1                DIF: A
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 471 and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
        section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.1 | CA
        11.6.2
    40. ANS: bull market

        PTS: 1                DIF: A
        REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 470 and in
        the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
        section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
        Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6
    41. ANS: 1929
    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 471 and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 9,
    section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 9, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.            STA: CA 11.6.2
42. ANS: Blackshirts

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 537, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
43. ANS: Storm Troopers

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 538, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
44. ANS: Aryans

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 538, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 1. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 1 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
45. ANS: appeasement

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 543, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
46. ANS: Danzig

    PTS: 1                DIF: C
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 544, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
47. ANS: Poland

    PTS: 1              DIF: E
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 544, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 2. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 2 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
48. ANS: Shoah

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 550, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 3. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 3 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7
49. ANS: Lend-Lease

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 559, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1 | CA
    11.7.4
50. ANS: Atlantic Charter

    PTS: 1                DIF: C
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 560, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.4
51. ANS: December 7, 1941

    PTS: 1                DIF: E
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 563, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 11,
    section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 11, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.1
52. ANS: Operation Overlord

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 601, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
    section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.2
53. ANS: Normandy

    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 601, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
    section 4. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 4 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.2
54. ANS: Manhattan Project
    PTS: 1                DIF: A
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 614, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
    section 5. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 5 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.7
55. ANS: Hiroshima

    PTS: 1                DIF: E
    REF: Learn more about this question in The American Vision: Modern Times, page 615, and in
    the Active Reading Note-Taking Guide and Reading Essentials and Study Guide, chapter 12,
    section 5. For additional practice, complete chapter 12, section 5 of the Interactive Tutor Self-
    Assessment CD-ROM, and visit Study Central at tav.mt.glencoe.com.           STA: CA 11.7.7

				
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