War and American Society

 

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War and American Society

Question 1
Fill in the blank. The turning point of the War for Independence in the South was the Battle of .....
A
Savannah
B
New Orleans
C
Kings Mountain
D
Philadelphia

Question 2
What form of battle is most closely associated with World War I?
A
Trench warfare
B
Ethnic and racial hatred
C
The use of airplanes
D
None of the above

Question 3
As a result of the War of 1812, President James Madison did which of the following?
A
Won a third term
B
Reiterated his commitment to limited government
C
Recognized the value of some of the Federalists' policies
D
Switched parties

Question 4
Which of the following best describes a result of General Braddock's attempt to capture Fort Duquesne?
A
A devastating ambush and defeat
B
A conventional European-style battle
C
A prolonged and successful siege
D
French withdrawal from the Ohio Valley

Question 5
The Vietnam settlement signed on January 27, 1973 did which of the following?
A
Insured the survival of South Vietnam
B
Brought lasting peace to South Vietnam
C
Left 150, 000 Communist troops in South Vietnam
D
Got Nixon reelected

Question 6
Slavery was ultimately eradicated by which of the following?
A
The Emancipation Proclamation
B
Lee's surrender
C
The Thirteenth Amendment
D
None of the above

Question 7
Who was the Indian chief who resisted federal policy in Illinois and Wisconsin?
A
Osceola
B
Techumseh
C
Hiawatha
D
Black Hawk

Question 8
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?
A
It was fought near Washington, D.C.
B
It was fought at Harper's Ferry.
C
It was a victory for Union forces.
D
It convinced both sides that the war would be quick and easy.

Question 9
Which of the following statements is true of Madison's attempts to end British and French interference with America's international trade?
A
Madison's attempts were more effective than Jefferson's or Adam's attempts.
B
Madison's attempts reflected his pacifism.
C
Madison's attempts boosted the American economy.
D
Madison's attempts led to the War of 1812.

Question 10
What was the purpose of McClellan's peninsular campaign?
A
To demonstrate his strategic genius
B
To inflict maximum casualties on the Confederates
C
To impress Lincoln
D
To capture Richmond
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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