1. American “jingoism” was a response to the
2. Despite their differences, Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson both believed that
3. During World War I, the song “Over There” and the films produced by the Committee on Public information both conveyed the message that
4. During his last eighteen months in office, Woodrow Wilson
5. How many American men were drafted to fight in the Great War before its end?
6. In order to conserve fuel for the war effort, the Wilson administration established
7. In which of the following ways did home-front mobilization transform women’s lives during WWI
8. President McKinley’s imperialist agenda was signaled by his declaration of war on Spain and
9. President Wilson’s inability to remain neutral in the conflict between the Allies and the Central Powers was the result of
10. President William McKinley came to favor U.S. intervention in the Spanish-Cuban war when he
11. The American conviction that native Cubans and Filipinos were not ready for self-governance after their liberation from Spain reflected the belief that
12. The Naval Act of 1890 can be interpreted as a fulfillment of the vision of
13. The Roosevelt Corollary guided President Taft’s policies in
14. The United States was motivated to begin pursuing an imperialist agenda at the end of the nineteenth century because the country
15. The belief embraced by American men at the turn of the twentieth century that “civilizing” nonwhite peoples was an expression of manly honor was inspired by
16. The decline in the amount of raw garbage in Chicago during WWI was evidence of the
17. The Government’s concern that the American public was not solidly in support of the war is evidenced by the
18. The ideal of “Cuba Libre” encompassed independence from Spain and
19. U.S. intervention in Nicaragua was motivated by a desire to
20. Which country controlled Panama during U.S. negotiations to construct the Panama Canal?
21. Which of the following inspired criticism of U.S. military involvement in the Philippines?
22. Who led the opposition to U.S. involvement in the League of Nations?
23. Who prevented the annexation of Hawaii by the United States in 1893?
24. Why was the United States able to defeat Spain so quickly?
25. Wilson’s reelection in 1916 can be attributed to