A. the Communist Party
B. the Nazi Party
C. the Fascist Party
D. the Socialist Party
A. The communists refused to feed the people.
B. The Nationalists were reluctant to fight.
C. The United States sent U.S. troops to aid the Nationalists.
D. Mao Zedong fled the mainland.
A. Movies provided relief from the everyday problems of the Great Depression.
B. Many films such as Public Enemy reflected the public’s distrust of big business and government.
C. People were bored with radio entertainment.
D. Escapist films reflected the world in a realistic way.
A. sent aid to Britain.
B. refused aid to Britain.
C. sent aid to all nations at war.
D. refused aid to any nation at war.
A. They became less conservative and more politically active.
B. They became less conservative and less politically active.
C. They became more conservative and more politically active.
D. They became more conservative and less politically active.
A. won an important victory in the Philippines.
B. conquered every island the United States held.
C. surrendered quickly and joined the Allied forces.
D. fought to the end, preferring to kill themselves rather than surrender.
A. did not allow commercial advertising.
B. dealt with real-life problems, such as illness, alcoholism, and depression.
C. gave equal air time to African American and other minority characters and stories.
D. idealized families centered around the father as breadwinner and the mother as homemaker.
A. by forcing police to enforce anti-liquor laws
B. by making it easier for bootleggers to branch into other types of illegal activity
C. by forcing farmers to grow grain for the production of alcohol
D. by strengthening respect for the law
A. thought that the business cycle would correct itself.
B. was distracted by the giant dust storms in the Great Plains.
C. did not have any experience with business methods and economic theory.
D. believed that the federal government needed to take an active approach to recovery.
A. helping design efficient weapons systems.
B. carrying out secret operations in other countries.
C. spying on the Soviet Union.
D. helping the president determine foreign policy
A. promoted free enterprise and individualism
B. made the government too powerful
C. brought changes that were too radical for most Americans
D. concerned only with saving the banking system
B. other production
C. wholesale/retail trade
D. other services
A. travel and tourism
B. high-interest loans
C. interstate highways
D. multinational corporations
B. corporate farming
C. urban renewal projects
D. interstate highway construction
A. for becoming the first white musician to contribute to jazz
B. for his ability to play the trumpet and his subtle sense of improvisation
C. for being the highest-paid African American entertainer
D. for predicting that America will be best remembered for the Constitution, baseball, and jazz
A. Churchill replaced Clement Atlee as prime minister of Britain.
B. Stalin reneged on his pledge to enter the war against Japan in the Pacific.
C. the Big Three decided that Poland, Bulgaria, and Romania would be independent.
D. the Big Three formalized the plan to divide Germany into four zones of occupation.
A. being members of the communist party.
B. violating the Smith Act.
C. passing secrets about nuclear science to the Soviets.
D. being subversive and disloyal Americans.
A. Andrew Mellon and Albert Fall
B. Charles Forbes and Harry Daugherty
C. Andrew Mellon and Herbert Hoover
D. Herbert Hoover and Charles Forbes
A. by joining the World Court
B. by winning the arms race
C. by avoiding close interaction with other nations
D. by forcing Europe to disarm