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Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hi Sierra,

How many more questions to you have and when is your deadline?

Thanks!

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

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 :)


 


T5


 


1. The Fifteenth Amendment


















defined citizenship.
expanded suffrage.
abolished slavery.

officially ended Reconstruction.


 


2. The central issue that divided Johnson and congressional Radicals was


















how to win votes for the Republican party in the south.
whether federal troops should be stationed as an occupying force in southern states.
whether the power of the planter class should be broken.

the future place of African Americans in U.S. society.


3. Who won the disputed election of 1876?


















the candidate who received the greatest number of popular votes
the candidate nominated by a breakaway reform faction of the Republican party
the Southern candidate

the Republican candidate


4. The Freedmen's Bureau


















was criticized bitterly by the planter class, but consistently praised by former slaves.
regulated working conditions for former slaves, primarily through Freedmen's Courts.
had as its main purpose to prevent armed clashes between former masters and former slaves.

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 land reform measure that would grant small tracts of farmland to deserving freedmen
citizenship and suffrage for former slaves
military occupation

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 waned when northern voters repudiated Radical congressmen at the polls in 1866.
It sought to build Republican party support in the South by winning the black vote and curtailing the power of the planter class.
The central focus of its program was to protect the civil rights of blacks.

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


















manipulated the Freedmen's Bureau to impose unequal labor contracts on white planters.
were more radical in their views than the black population at large.
were educated professionals, independent landowners, or otherwise from the ranks of black elites.

alienated whites by pushing for social equality and land reform.


 


8.





The North interpreted black codes as
















evidence that the South, by granting limited rights such as allowing jury service, was slowly accommodating to an improved status for former slaves.
a realistic solution by the South to the problems created by sudden emancipation.
evidence that the South sought to keep freedmen in an economically dependent and legally inferior status.

a dangerous experiment by the South that could lead to social equality for blacks in the North.


 


9.





Reconstruction should be understood in all of the following ways EXCEPT
















as a time of Congressional dominance that ended in corruption and disillusionment.
as a radical, vengeful program, imposing northern values on southerners.
as a program of political and economic adjustment that failed because of racism.

as a time of failure to bring blacks into the American mainstream.


 


10. What won the support of congressional moderates for the Radical program?


















secret lobbying offering lucrative opportunities in a South occupied by northern troops
the president's uncompromising veto of a civil rights bill
the persuasive actions of Radicals in rallying public opinion for their program

the behavior of southern reconstruction governments


 


11.





During the war, Congressional leaders felt that Lincoln's plan ________, so they passed ________.
















ignored the reality of slavery; the Thirteenth Amendment over the president's objections
would cost them votes in the North; a program designed to attract white support in the South
was acceptable; its essential provisions, but shifted primary responsibility to Congress

was too lenient; the more stringent Wade-Davis bill, which Lincoln pocket-vetoed


 


12.





The Radical Republicans in Congress approached Reconstruction with each of the following convictions EXCEPT that
















to keep faith with the antislavery crusade, the rights of freedmen must be secured.
to avoid any recurrence of southern resistance, the power of the planter class must be destroyed.
to complete the task of the war, slavery must be totally and irrevocably abolished.

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?


















rebuilding the North's shattered economy, and restoring the South's shattered society
which party would gain the ascendancy, and how the government could regulate the economy
the future of political and economic power for African Americans, and the future of North-South economic and political relations

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 country's support for Johnson was increasing.
Johnson's influence in Congress was increasing.
Radicals in Congress feared counteraction by the Supreme Court if they convicted Johnson.

The power of the Radicals in Congress was waning.


 


15. XXXXX XXXXX narrowly avoided conviction on impeachment charges because


















Radical Republicans were beginning to support his policies.
of his earlier cooperative attitude toward Congress.
only a minority of the Senate voted to convict.

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?


















One success of the postwar South was in laying as much railroad track as the rest of the nation combined.
Unlike the North, southern governments became notorious for corruption, which explains the skyrocketing public debt.
Northerners known as "scalawags" came south to exploit the South's economic vulnerability.

Republican-dominated reconstruction governments sought to encourage southern industry.


 


17. Which of the following is an accurate explanation of the South's "Redeemers"?


















Southern states gradually came to experience economic prosperity and development.
Gradually, conservative and racist white Democrats regained political control in the former Confederate states.
A fresh wave of evangelical revivals spread across "the Bible Belt."

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


















Reconstruction clearly hinged on northern rather than southern actions after the war.
Reconstruction was an impossible task, for neither northerners nor southerners wanted African Americans to gain political and economic opportunity.
for former slaves to attain meaningful lives as free citizens, they would need economic power, which, in turn, required political power.

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


















remorse and resolve to rebuild.
grudging recognition that they had to repudiate their old-line Confederate leadership.
despair and defiance.

willingness to give an appearance of accommodation to northern desires.


 


20. Under new president XXXXX XXXXX, presidential Reconstruction


















would implement a harsher program on the South than Lincoln had called for.
made it possible for former high-ranking Confederates to assume positions of power in the reconstructed southern governments.
adhered substantially to the views of congressional leaders.

never was implemented because Congress passed its own program before Johnson's could go into effect.


T6


 


1. Which of the following statements about American workers is NOT true?


















Samuel Gompers of the AFL succeeded as a union leader because he advocated radical changes in the structure of American capitalism, rather than merely seeking better wages and working conditions.
During the later nineteenth century, labor unions provoked alarm among social and political leaders because of a wave of strikes.
Although the Carnegie "rags to riches" experience hardly matched the experience of most workers, opportunity to rise economically—with higher wages and fewer hours—was enjoyed most by white males.

To achieve high productivity, managers tended to treat workers as impersonal cogs in the industrial machinery.


2.





Which is a true statement about forms of business organization?
















The trust was a device to enlarge corporate power by jointly controlling and managing once-competing firms through a central board of directors.
Horizontal integration refers to a corporation controlling the whole stream of production, from raw materials through industrial production to retail sales.
The holding company refers to an informal cooperative arrangement between two businesses, devised because it was illegal for corporations to own other corporations.

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


















labor union strikes to raise wages.
business bankruptcies.
combinations (either of businesses or workers) to reduce competition.

protective tariffs to help business


 


4.





For ordinary workers to affect the industrial order, they had to develop their own kind of integrated system; specifically, they had to pursue
















fraternal cooperation.
Socialism.
unionization.

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?


















The ability to hire and fire workers at will, and the use of "yellow dog" contracts.
The willingness of governmental authorities to send troops to break strikes.
The use of court injunctions against strikers.

All these answers are correct.


 


6 . What does the text mean by asserting that certain jobs were "feminized"?


















Males tended to no longer pursue certain professional occupations once women entered them in significant numbers.
Enlightened managers in certain industries raised wages in response to women's protests.
Certain dangerous factories adopted new safety measures in response to protests by the wives of their male workers.

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.


















investment banking industry
steel industry
combination of national, state, and local governments

railroad system


 


8. Which of the following was NOT among the effects of the telephone?


















As part of a nationwide information system, it allowed easy and rapid business transactions.
It proved a vast improvement over the telegraph as a means of rapid communication.
It tended to reinforce class differences based on who owned phones.

It contributed to homogenizing American life.


 


9. The ________ prescribed not only an economic system, but a Protestant moralistic social plan.


















American Federation of Labor
National Labor Union
Knights of Labor

American Railway Union


 


10. Who advocated what he called a "single tax"?


















Daniel De Leon
Henry George
XXXXX XXXXXamy

Herbert Spencer


 


11. Which statement is NOT true of "vertical integration"?


















In an industry oriented toward consumer goods, vertical integration tended to reach "upward" toward consumers.
In heavy industries oriented toward supplying other industries, vertical integration tended to reach "downward" toward raw material suppliers.
A "fully integrated company" was one that controlled sources of raw materials, means of production, distribution systems, and sales outlets.

The salt pool is a classic example of vertical integration.


 


12. In the late 1800s, strikes


















were frequent—the most common form of labor protest.
won the sympathies of average Americans for the workers' cause.
occurred in the dangerous mining and timber industries, but not in more specialized activities like railroads or steel.

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


















were made into systematic businesses.
transformed industry, while having little effect on daily life.
all, in one way or another, tapped the power of electricity.

demonstrated America's historic leadership in basic research.


 


14. Which statement about the American Federation of Labor is true?


















The AFL, a combination of craft unions, stressed concrete, practical economic gains.
The AFL's approach to labor consolidation paralleled Gustavus Swift's and Andrew Carnegie's primary technique of business consolidation.
The AFL attracted a majority of U.S. skilled workers into its ranks.

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?


















from the rural areas of America
from southern and eastern Europe
both from the rural areas of America and southern and eastern Europe

None of these answers is correct.


 


16. Serving as financial advisers to railroads, the ________ often eventually found themselves taking control.


















stockholders
investment bankers
Interstate Commerce Commission

robber barons


 


17.





The first "big business" in America, at least in terms of finance, labor relations, and management, was the
















railroad industry.
telephone industry.
steel industry.

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?


















government interference
labor unions
the profit motive

high fixed costs


 


19. The industries of Rockefeller and Carnegie illustrate not only the process of developing an industrial corporation, but also


















how the "robber barons" of that era rejected any sense of responsibility to the public.
vertical, though not horizontal, integration.
enlightened labor practices.

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 separated the owners from those who actually managed the firm.
It could raise needed capital quickly and efficiently.
It designated a person personally responsible by law for corporation debts.

It continued to exist even if a shareholder died.


 


T7


 


1. How did the new amusement parks differ from earlier public entertainments?


















Amusement parks were located in urban rather than rural settings.
No longer was commercial success enough; now progressive reform values had to be advanced.
Earlier parks and fairs provided no opportunities for shows or rides.

No longer was there an obligation to instruct as well as amuse.


2.





The Nineteenth Amendment granting women the right to vote was embraced by many progressives because
















a large majority of American voters now favored it.
it could offset growing jingoism and militarism, especially once World War I began.
the women agitating for it moderated the radicalism of their campaign.

the higher moral character of women would help clean up politics.


 


3.





What is the best statement of the relationship between progressives and business?
















Progressives agreed on the need to control big business by breaking up "the trusts."
Businessmen organized and funded political opposition to progressive political leaders.
When progressives gained political power, they eliminated the influence of the businessman and the boss.

Business and progressive leaders shared a commitment to progress through efficiency and modern managerial techniques.


 


4. Which of the following did NOT occur during the Wilson administration?


















creation of the Federal Trade Commission
passage of the Clayton Antitrust Act
passage of the Pure Food and Drug and Meat-Packing Acts

creation of the Federal Reserve System


 


5. Pragmatism holds that


















all are created equal.
human behavior can be shaped at will.
truth is a function of results, not fixed principles.

society is a jungle where only the best will survive.


 


6.





The New England Kitchen and the response to the Triangle Shirtwaist fire were typical of the pattern of progressive reform in all of the following ways EXCEPT
















that reform-minded women were integral to reform efforts.
that lower or working-class community standards became the norm.
that reformers used both volunteerism and political action.

that scientific expertise was enlisted for social uplift.


 


7. Which of the following statements about political progressivism at the local and state levels is most true?


















Urban reforms strengthened middle-class control and improved efficiency.
Big-city mayors, controlled by corrupt political machines, were the main obstacles to progressive reform of municipal government.
In their quest for efficiency and expert rule, progressives tried to invent alternatives to direct democracy.

Municipal reformers sought to replace traditional forms of city government like the commission or city manager.


 


8. Many historians consider ________ the most important reform of the early twentieth century because it established the means for expanded federal action.


















the Nineteenth Amendment granting women's suffrage
the Eighteenth Amendment authorizing prohibition
the Seventeenth Amendment providing for direct popular election of senators

the Sixteenth Amendment permitting income taxes on individuals and corporations


 


9.





The progressive method focused on government, and specifically on
















the legislative branch.
the judicial branch.
the executive branch.

special interest groups.


 


10. Which statement would be an apt rule-of-thumb summarizing the progressive approach?


















vox populi vox dei (the voice of the people should rule like the voice of God)
that government is best which governs least
live and let live

behavior is a function of environment


 


11. All of the following undergirded progressive reform activities EXCEPT


















belief in a general public interest.
faith in the grass-roots wisdom and skill of the poor and victimized.
reliance on planning and scientific management.

appeals to Christian morality.


 


12. What is an accurate comparison of the two competing brands of political progressivism in the 1912 presidential campaign (Theodore Roosevelt's "New Nationalism" and Woodrow Wilson's "New Freedom")?


















The New Nationalism accepted concentrations of capital, labor, and government, but the New Freedom stressed competitiveness among small business and reduced government power.
The New Nationalism supported business and ignored social justice concerns, while the New Freedom held to the reverse emphasis.
Both welcomed assertive federal power and encouraged business growth.

Neither was truly progressive.


 


13.





On consumer protection matters such as regulating the food processing industry, Roosevelt ________; in conservation he ________.
















asserted presidential power; deferred to congressional action
came slowly to support moderate regulatory reform; showed aggressive leadership
refused to support legislative action; sought protection for natural resources

proposed creation of a federal regulatory agency; opposed any action that would lock up the nation's resources


 


14. The text makes the important point that the goals of progressives were ________, though pursued through ________.


















utopian; conservative institutions
limited; radical rhetoric
political; society

social; politics


 


15. The ideology of progressivism, insofar as it had one, generally


















was rooted in firm and fixed standards of morality and truth.
mixed a liberal concern for the poor with a conservative wish to control social disorder.
called for redistribution of incomes from wealthy to poor, and a socialist approach to government.

stressed trying to meet the special needs of each identifiable private interest.


 


16. Which statement about various expressions of progressivism is true?


















"Sociological jurisprudence" refused to consider the social environment, stressing that legal precedent was more important than experience.
The concept of "gas and water socialism" referred to the process by which reform mayors turned to public ownership of city utilities early in the twentieth century.
The American philosophy that truth is relative and directly related to whether an individual proposal works is called empiricism.

Such intellectual theorists of progressivism as XXXXX XXXXX or Thorstein Veblen believed strongly that society should conform to certain abstracted and fixed natural laws of human behavior, regardless of social conditions or environmental influences.


 


17.





Who among the following would NOT promote efforts to reshape the environment in order to improve people's lives?
















Madison Grant, eugenicist
John Dewey, educational theorist
John B. Watson, psychologist

Jane Addams, settlement house worker


 


18. McClure's magazine pioneered a new style of journalism featuring writers like Ida Tarbell and Lincoln Steffens, who


















employed a gritty realism that portrayed life in the slums.
provided voter information to reveal where candidates stood and whose money they accepted.
scientifically analyzed social problems and proposed solutions.

presented carefully-researched exposés of corporate and government abuses.


 


19. Which one of the following ideas should NOT be associated with progressivism?


















moral overtones that could be expressed as a desire to restore moral purity
a skeptical view of human nature and American potential
a belief in efficiency and planning

a commitment to using government to curb the influence of "special interests"


 


20. The Ballinger-Pinchot controversy concerned


















whether government lands should be protected under federal regulation.
how low tariffs should be dropped during a recession.
whether child labor laws should be strictly enforced.
how strictly railroads should be regulated.











































































































































































Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hi Sierra,

It appears your post got cut short again. You can try upload the questions in a Word document by using the following steps:

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I can do two of these quizzes (40 questions total) for the value you have assigned.

Thanks!
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

Microsoft Word File


 


There are 3 of the quizzes if you do all 3 I will tip you nicely, thanks.

Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hi again.

Yes I can do three, but it will probably be tomorrow a.m. when I post the answers.

Thanks!
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

That's fine I can wait, if you can post the answers gradually, (Quiz by Quiz) it would be fine too. Go ahead and do it however you want both are fine

Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.

Okay, I'll post them one at a time.
Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.

Here are the answers to Quiz #1 for comparison with your own.

1. officially ended Reconstruction.
2. the future place of African Americans in U.S. society.
3. the Republican candidate
4. regulated working conditions for former slaves, primarily through Freedmen's Courts
5. a land reform measure that would grant small tracts of farmland to deserving freedmen
6. Its influence waned when Northern voters repudiated Radical Congressmen at the polls in 1866.
7. were educated professionals, independent landowners, or otherwise from the ranks of black elites.
8. evidence that the South sought to keep freedmen in an economically dependent and legally inferior status.
9. as a radical, vengeful program, imposing northern values on southerners.

10. some Republicans feared that removal would set a bad precedent for using impeachment as a political weapon against the Presidency.
11. was too lenient; the more stringent Wade-Davis bill, which Lincoln pocket-vetoed
12. to heal the nation, the South should be treated with generosity and compassion.
13. The future of political and economic power for freed slaves, and the future of North-South economic and political relations.
14. The power of the Radicals in Congress was waning.
15. some Republicans feared that removal would set a bad precedent for using impeachment as a political weapon against the presidency.
16. Republican-dominated reconstruction governments sought to encourage southern industry.

17. Gradually, conservative and racist white Democrats regained political control in the former Confederate states.
18. for former slaves to attain meaningful lives as free citizens, they would need economic power, which, in turn, required political power.
19. despair and defiance.
20. made it possible for former high-ranking Confederates to assume positions of power in the reconstructed southern governments.

Customer: replied 1 year ago.

You are sure these are right too, correct?

 

also please check #10 you gave me the same answer as #15 accidentally probably

Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.

Sorry about that. The answer to #10 should be "The President's uncompromising veto of a civil rights bill." And yes, I'm confident about the answers. Here are the answers to Quiz #2.

1. Samuel Gompers of the AFL succeeded as a union leader because he advocated radical changes in the structure of American capitalism, rather than merely seeking better wages and working conditions.
2. The trust was a device to enlarge corporate power by jointly controlling and managing once-competing firms through a central board of directors.
3. combinations (either of businesses or workers) to reduce competition.
4. unionization.
5. All these answers are correct.
6. Males tended to no longer pursue certain professional occupations once women entered them in significant numbers.
7. railroad system
8. It tended to reinforce class differences based on who owned phones.
9. Knights of Labor
10. Henry George
11. The salt pool is a classic example of vertical integration.
12. were frequent—the most common form of labor protest.
13. demonstrated America's historic leadership in basic research. (Note: This is one of those "according to your textbook questions," so you might want to check the text on this one to make sure.)

14. The AFL, a combination of craft unions, stressed concrete, practical economic gains
15. both from the rural areas of America and southern and eastern Europe
16. investment bankers
17. railroad industry.
18. high fixed costs

19. how new technologies made it possible to use natural resources in new ways and on a grander scale than before.
20. It designated a person personally responsible by law for corporation debts.

Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
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Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hi Sierra,

Just checking to see if you did well on these quizzes.

-Chris M.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
haven't submit them yet, i will need more quizes done since i have more to do
Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
Hi Sierra,

Thanks for the "accept" and positive rating. If you have not submitted the first quiz, I did happen to notice one error on that one. The answer to question #1 should be 'expanded suffrage'. I will be glad to work with you again.

-Chris M.
Customer: replied 1 year ago.
Thanks, i haven't submitted it yet.
Expert:  Chris M. replied 1 year ago.
You're welcome. Talk to you later.

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