War and American Society
Fill in the blank. The turning point of the War for Independence in the South was the Battle of .....
What form of battle is most closely associated with World War I?
Ethnic and racial hatred
The use of airplanes
None of the above
As a result of the War of 1812, President James Madison did which of the following?
Won a third term
Reiterated his commitment to limited government
Recognized the value of some of the Federalists' policies
Which of the following best describes a result of General Braddock's attempt to capture Fort Duquesne?
A devastating ambush and defeat
A conventional European-style battle
A prolonged and successful siege
French withdrawal from the Ohio Valley
The Vietnam settlement signed on January 27, 1973 did which of the following?
Insured the survival of South Vietnam
Brought lasting peace to South Vietnam
Left 150, 000 Communist troops in South Vietnam
Got Nixon reelected
Slavery was ultimately eradicated by which of the following?
The Emancipation Proclamation
The Thirteenth Amendment
None of the above
Who was the Indian chief who resisted federal policy in Illinois and Wisconsin?
Which of the following statements about the First Battle of Bull Run, which was the first real battle of the American Civil War, is true?
It was fought near Washington, D.C.
It was fought at Harper's Ferry.
It was a victory for Union forces.
It convinced both sides that the war would be quick and easy.
Which of the following statements is true of Madison's attempts to end British and French interference with America's international trade?
Madison's attempts were more effective than Jefferson's or Adam's attempts.
Madison's attempts reflected his pacifism.
Madison's attempts boosted the American economy.
Madison's attempts led to the War of 1812.
What was the purpose of McClellan's peninsular campaign?
To demonstrate his strategic genius
To inflict maximum casualties on the Confederates
To impress Lincoln
To capture Richmond
There are 10 questions to complete.