This is what is left, and I have 5 days but i would be happy if i can have them by the end of today :)
1. The Fifteenth Amendment
officially ended Reconstruction.
2. The central issue that divided Johnson and congressional Radicals was
the future place of African Americans in U.S. society.
3. Who won the disputed election of 1876?
the Republican candidate
4. The Freedmen's Bureau
was canceled by Congress over the opposition of Radicals, who saw the need for a permanent welfare agency for African Americans.
5. Which of the following did the congressional Reconstruction program enacted in 1866-1867 NOT provide for?
a requirement that southern states ratify the Fourteenth Amendment before readmission
6. Which of the following is NOT true about the Radical-dominated Reconstruction Congress?
Its influence grew when Johnson's vetoes drove moderates into the Radical camp.
7. African Americans who held political office in southern Reconstruction governments generally
alienated whites by pushing for social equality and land reform.
a dangerous experiment by the South that could lead to social equality for blacks in the North.
as a time of failure to bring blacks into the American mainstream.
10. What won the support of congressional moderates for the Radical program?
the behavior of southern reconstruction governments
was too lenient; the more stringent Wade-Davis bill, which Lincoln pocket-vetoed
to heal the nation, the South should be treated with generosity and compassion.
13. According to your text, what two issues lay at the heart of Reconstruction?
whether the federal or state government was ultimately sovereign, and whether African Americans or Native Americans were the most oppressed minority group
14. Which of the following most accurately explains the meaning of the refusal of Congress to convict Johnson?
The power of the Radicals in Congress was waning.
15. XXXXX XXXXX narrowly avoided conviction on impeachment charges because
some Republicans feared that removal would set a bad precedent for using impeachment as a political weapon against the presidency.
16. What is true about southern economic redevelopment?
Republican-dominated reconstruction governments sought to encourage southern industry.
17. Which of the following is an accurate explanation of the South's "Redeemers"?
Southern acceptance of the end of slavery meant northern acceptance of the South as a restored section.
18. The chapter introduction tells the story of Benjamin Montgomery to make the point that
former slaves who really tried could achieve a measure of prosperity in the postwar South.
19. The southern response to war's end and Johnson's program of Reconstruction indicated
willingness to give an appearance of accommodation to northern desires.
20. Under new president XXXXX XXXXX, presidential Reconstruction
never was implemented because Congress passed its own program before Johnson's could go into effect.
1. Which of the following statements about American workers is NOT true?
To achieve high productivity, managers tended to treat workers as impersonal cogs in the industrial machinery.
The corporation was a new organizational technique not used in America before the Civil War.
3. A true social Darwinist like William Graham Sumner would accept
protective tariffs to help business
individual stock ownership.
5. In the late nineteenth century, employers always had the advantage over workers in labor disputes. Which of the following was a tactic (or tactics) used by employers that gave them this advantage?
All these answers are correct.
6 . What does the text mean by asserting that certain jobs were "feminized"?
Lower-paying jobs tended to be held by more females than males.
7. The ________ was an essential system undergirding the rise of big business; it was itself big business; it was a cultural symbol of American industrialization; and it was a stimulus to other enterprises because it consumed so many natural resources.
8. Which of the following was NOT among the effects of the telephone?
It contributed to homogenizing American life.
9. The ________ prescribed not only an economic system, but a Protestant moralistic social plan.
American Railway Union
10. Who advocated what he called a "single tax"?
11. Which statement is NOT true of "vertical integration"?
The salt pool is a classic example of vertical integration.
12. In the late 1800s, strikes
were usually planned and directed by labor union leaders.
13. The late 1800s was a time of explosive growth in inventions. What these many innovations of the era had in common, according to your text, was they
demonstrated America's historic leadership in basic research.
14. Which statement about the American Federation of Labor is true?
The AFL's longtime leader was Eugene V. Debs.
15. From where did the bulk of the manpower come to work in the many new factories?
None of these answers is correct.
16. Serving as financial advisers to railroads, the ________ often eventually found themselves taking control.
oil refining industry.
18. Although the traditional ideology of capitalism stresses the benefits of free competition, large corporations suffered from the competitive environment. What economic factor made businesses—railroads in particular—seek to minimize competition?
high fixed costs
19. The industries of Rockefeller and Carnegie illustrate not only the process of developing an industrial corporation, but also
how new technologies made it possible to use natural resources in new ways and on a grander scale than before.
20. Which of the following was NOT among the advantages of the corporate form of business organization?
It continued to exist even if a shareholder died.
1. How did the new amusement parks differ from earlier public entertainments?
No longer was there an obligation to instruct as well as amuse.