FDAMF 101: Final Exam 1-6

Exam 1: Which of the following statements is true of the situation in the colonies before 1763?
Exam 1: The colonists retained strong economic ties with England and believed in England’s traditions of liberty
Exam 1: Which of the following things would have been included in the Founders’ view of the positive side of man’s self-interest?
Exam 1: It leads to individual initiative and makes human actions predictable.
Exam 1: According to President Marion G. Romney, what happens when Rule of Law breaks down?
Exam 1: Chaos reigns.
Exam 1: Based on their understanding of the nature of man, which statement correctly describes the Patriot Philosophers’ view of government and its structure?
Exam 1: They believed that governments must be carefully structured to protect against the potential corruption of ambition and self-interest.
Exam 1: What factor changed the relationship between the colonists and England after 1763?
Exam 1: The British won the French and Indian War.
Exam 1: The pamphlet Common Sense was written by:
Exam 1: Freedom and rights must be balanced with responsibility, restraint, order, and stability.
Exam 1: The economic system of mercantilism:
Exam 1: sought to develop national power.
Exam 1: According to the principle of Provident Living/Self Reliance taught by Spencer W. Kimball, the Church’s responsibility to help members comes:
Exam 1: third
Exam 1: Which statement correctly describes why economic freedom and political freedom were so closely linked together in the minds of the Founding generation?
Exam 1: If economic freedom unlocks man’s genius and initiative, wouldn’t political freedom do the same thing?
Exam 1: Each statement except one correctly describes how the government will behave when its actions are guided by the basic principles and values of Rule of Law. Choose the one that is NOT true.
Exam 1: The laws will be enforced and interpreted in an arbitrary way so that there will be some flexibility in how the law is applied to different groups.
Exam 1: T/F Popular Sovereignty can be defined as political power originating from the people
Exam 1: True
Exam 1: Based on the portion of Sir William Blackstone’s description of natural law given in the notebook, which statement is true?
Exam 1: No human laws are of any validity if contrary to the laws of nature.
Exam 1: Which of the following statements correctly describes a characteristic of French colonization in America?
Exam 1: They were focused on the extraction of wealth for the French crown, finding success in natural resources.
Exam 1: T/F Because of their British heritage, most early colonists had a strong commitment to the principle of the rule of law:
Exam 1: True
Exam 1: Which of the following cultures most affected the cultural development of colonial America?
Exam 1: England
Exam 1: In speaking of the inspired Constitution, Elder Oaks has argued that
Exam 1: There was divine inspiration in its fundamental principles
Exam 1: Which of the following statements correctly describes a characteristic of FRENCH colonization in America?
Exam 1: They brought with them a structured, authoritarian philosophy of government.
Exam 1: The principle that the United States is the proper host nation for the restoration of the gospel is supported by which of the following?
Exam 1: Without the Lord’s help in establishing the United States, it would have been impossible to restore the gospel under the bigotry of existing monarchical governments.
Exam 1: Thomas Paine, 1776 – “Common Sense.” Choose that statement or phrase that Paine would NOT have written:
Exam 1: The constitution of England remains the bulwark of our liberty and the best form of government that man can devise.
Exam 1: Which of the following was not one of the reasons the natural law of philosophy was accepted so readily by American colonists?
Exam 1: They knew it would be successful because it was the exact opposite of England’s government.
Exam 1: Which of the following is true?
Exam 1: Colonists considered themselves subjects of the English crown from the start.
Exam 1: According to John Adams in 1774 (notice the date):
Exam 1: Americans had become committed republicans almost overnight.
Exam 1: Which of the following statements is true about tyranny or anarchy?
Exam 1: Anarchy is defined as no rule by anyone; no law, no order.
Exam 1: How would you describe the relationship between the colonists and England before 1750?
Exam 1: The colonists were proud and happy to be part of the British Empire.
Exam 1: The patriot philosophers came to believe that the nature of man was:
Exam 1: a combination of virtue, self-interest, and corruptibility.
Exam 1: The 13 British colonies shared much of the same cultural heritage but developed very different economies and along different paths.
Exam 1: The Tea Act of 1773 granted the East India Company of England a virtual monopoly for the sale of tea in the colonies.
Exam 1: Which statement correctly describes why the end of the French and Indian War was a turning point in the relationship between the government of England and England’s colonies in North America?
Exam 1: England began to tighten her hold on the colonists and subject them to a swift succession of new tax policies and regulatory measures.
Exam 1: Each of the following statements except one describes why the results of tyranny and anarchy are so similar in their effects on people. Choose the one that is NOT true.
Exam 1: In both situations, life becomes more predictable, meaningful, and rational.
Exam 1: In response to the Stamp Act and other acts of Parliament, the colonies united for the first time as a Congress in 1765. Which of the following correctly describes the resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress?
Exam 1: Delegates appealed to their rights as Englishmen to protest the direct tax of the Stamp Act and restated their allegiance to the Crown.
Exam 1: Which of the following is not associated with agency?
Exam 1: Man as a creature must be punished for Adam’s transgression.
Exam 1: The rule of law can be described as:
Exam 1: A body of law that is applied equally to all citizens
Exam 1: Which statement correctly describes the theory of mercantilism or the influence of that theory on the economic freedom in England’s American colonies?
Exam 1: England granted special economic favors to some people and companies, but not others.
Exam 1: Which of the following statements describes the evolution of political thought from the Stamp Act Congress in 1765 to the Second Continental Congress in 1775?
Exam 1: Through the decade, protest against British actions evolved into larger issues of freedom, divine human rights, and the necessity of resisting British authority.
Exam 2: According to James Madison, what should auxiliary precautions do in the Constitutional system?
Exam 2: Because of their experience under the Articles of Confederation, many of the Founders, men like James Madison and Alexander Hamilton, began to believe that:
Exam 2: Which clause of the Constitution has been used to strengthen the power of the national government?
Exam 2: the Necessary and Proper Clause
Exam 2: What was the name of the man who rallied farmers and ex-soldiers into mob action against the Massachusetts state government in 1786?
Exam 2: Daniel Shays
Exam 2: Division of Powers means:
Exam 2: separating power between states and national government
Exam 2: When virtue exists in a society and is practiced by the people:
Exam 2: the people practice regulated and restrained self-interest.
Exam 2: What, according to Madison, is the primary control on the power of government?
Exam 2: the virtue of the people
Exam 2: There were various problems that arose under the Articles of Confederation. Which of the following is NOT an example of these problems?
Exam 2: Because the Congress of the Confederation represented the people directly, factions gained too much control in federal government.
Exam 2: Who is often referred to as the Father of the Constitution?
Exam 2: James Madison
Exam 2: Which statement about the 15 Virginia Resolves (or Virginia Plan) is correct?
Exam 2: They provided the ideas and framework for discussion in the early days of the convention.
Exam 2: Which statement describes the “intellectual breakthrough” Madison presented to the convention concerning the size of a republic?
Exam 2: There could be stability in large republics.
Exam 2: Which is a correct match of an auxiliary precaution or another principle of the Constitution with its definition?
Exam 2: Checks and balances are the ideas that those who administer each branch of the government must be given the necessary constitutional means and personal motives to resist encroachments by the other branches.
Exam 2: T/F U.S. Presidents serve four-year terms, U.S. senators serve four-year terms, and U.S. representatives serve two-year terms.
Exam 2: False
Exam 2: When people are the “ultimate sovereigns” of their government:
Exam 2: their will is continually pitted against the will of those chosen to govern.
Exam 2: According to James Madison in Federalist #51, what is the “great difficulty” in forming a government of men over men?
Exam 2: You must first enable the government to control the governed, and in the next place, oblige it to control itself.
Exam 2: The Constitution was designed to:
Exam 2: strengthen the national government.
Exam 2: The _____________________ solved the most difficult problem of the convention, including how the states would be represented in the new Congress.
Exam 2: Great Compromise
Exam 2: Which statement about a bill becoming a law is true?
Exam 2: When Congress is in session, the President has 10 days (not counting Sundays) to veto a bill and send it back to them.
Exam 2: A special convention was called to solve the problems of the Confederation because:
Exam 2: The Articles of Confederation could never be amended or changed because it required a unanimous consent of the states.
Exam 2: Which statement represents one of the reasons why Elder Dallin H. Oaks sees the Constitution as an inspired document?
Exam 2: It contains five great fundamentals or grand principles, one of which is the Rule of Law.
Exam 2: Article VII of the Constitution deals with:
Exam 2: the ratification process.
Exam 2: Presidents are elected:
Exam 2: by the Electoral College.
Exam 2: Which of the plans presented at the Constitutional Convention included a two-house legislature based on population, down-played states’ rights, and guaranteed a republican form of government?
Exam 2: the Virginia Plan
Exam 2: Judicial independence of federal judges is guaranteed in the Constitution by which provisions?
Exam 2: Judges serve for life and cannot have their salaries diminished during their terms in office.
Exam 2: Which is the only amendment in the Bill of Rights that specifically limits the power of the military?
Exam 2: Amendment III
Exam 2: Which amendment is correctly matched with its content?
Exam 2: Amendment 24 states that no poll taxes can be assessed to vote.
Exam 2: Gary Marshall lists six “just and holy principles.” Which of the following would NOT be on that list?
Exam 2: The powers of the national government must always overrule the powers of the state government.
Exam 2: Gary Marshall lists six “just and holy principles.”
Exam 2: Governments must protect the basic, unalienable rights of the people.
The power to make law must arise from the people.
The principles of economic freedom should be preserved and protected.
Exam 2: Which of the following were included in the five fundamentals of an inspired constitution as mentioned by Elder Oaks?
Exam 2:
1) Separation of Powers
2) Division of Powers
3) Popular Sovereignty
4) All of the above
Exam 2: Which of the following is a delegated power of the Congress given in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution?
Exam 2: declare war
Exam 2: When Americans wrote their first state constitutions and created their state governments, they made some rather serious mistakes. Why?
Exam 2: They had some flawed assumptions about representation and faction, which caused fear that a national government would develop into another form of tyranny.
Exam 2: According the Joseph Smith, what will bear the Constitution away from the verge of destruction?
Exam 2: “This people.”
Exam 2: A republic of continental size was created to:
Exam 2: disperse and dilute factions.
Exam 2: Which statement correctly describes a foreign or domestic problem that influenced the decision to call a convention to revise the Articles of Confederation?
Exam 2: Some states levied tariffs against other states, thus creating commercial rivalry among the states.
Exam 2: Why was George Washington’s presence at the Constitutional Convention so important?
Exam 2: He was respected by the delegates at the convention and was able to temper their emotions.
Exam 2: T/F Elder Oaks has “never considered it necessary to defend every line of the Constitution.”
Exam 2: True
Exam 3: T/F The law of supply is defined in the following way: as price goes up, the quantity that suppliers are willing to supply also goes up.
Exam 3: True
Exam 3: Which of the following correctly describes a legacy of the Civil War?
Exam 3: The national government took on a greater role as a protector of individual rights.
Exam 3: What are the three major strategies employed to solve the problems of scarcity?
Exam 3: tradition, command, market
Exam 3: Which statement correctly describes an implication of the interaction between the laws of supply and demand?
Exam 3: Demand and supply will adjust to eliminate surpluses and shortages, so surpluses and shortages are temporary.
Exam 3: Which of the following is a true statement about one of the economic philosophies we discussed in class?
Exam 3: Stewardship describes the property relationship under the Law of Consecration.
Exam 3: According to Elder Oaks, the Engle v. Vitale case (1962) is now seen as being:
Exam 3: hostile toward religion
Exam 3: Which of the following is NOT among the reasons given for the development of the market system in the United States?
Exam 3: The colonists’ rejection of the economic attitude of self-interest.
Exam 3: Which statement correctly represents a basic religious characteristic of the American colonial period?
Exam 3: Although several of the colonies had “established” churches during the colonial period, by the time of the Revolutionary War religious dissent was becoming an accepted part of colonial life.
Exam 3: The “miracle of exchange” is the idea that:
Exam 3: free exchange in a market economy makes both people involved better off.
Exam 3: T/F In Engle v. Vitale (1962) the Supreme Court decided that New York could compose a prayer for use in schools as long as it did not promote any specific religion.
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: When we consider the sectional differences that were present in the United States before the Civil War, which is correct?
Exam 3: The Congress tried to deal with the issues through compromise.
Exam 3: The goal of Puritanism was to ___________ the Church of England.
Exam 3: purify
Exam 3: T/F Attempts to create a monopoly power in American business have virtually disappeared today
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: Which statement represents one of the basic characteristics of the market system as we understand it today?
Exam 3: The consumer is sovereign, and the interaction of supply and demand encourages competition and controls prices and profits.
Exam 3: According to Adam Smith, what drives the market?
Exam 3: “Self-love” or “self-interest”
Exam 3: T/F The Doctrine of Nullification argued that individual states could refuse to recognize the federal law.
Exam 3: True
Exam 3: What is the difference/relationship between Puritans and Pilgrims?
Exam 3: Puritans wanted to “purify” the Church of England, but not necessarily separate from it, while Pilgrims sought separation from the Church of England, which was illegal at the time.
Exam 3: Which of the following is NOT among the events and controversies that helped lead to the Civil War?
Exam 3: Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798
Exam 3: T/F The British colonies in the New World were founded during a very peaceful time in European religious history.
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: When one considers the events leading to the Civil War and the necessity of virtue in the people, each of the following statements except one is true. Choose the one that is NOT true.
Exam 3: If virtue declines too far, the auxiliary precautions will work better and be more and more effective in controlling corruption and the passion of politics.
Exam 3: T/F One of the most basic economic dimensions of Capitalism is the free exchange of goods and services.
Exam 3: True
Exam 3: Which of the following is NOT among the basic motivations for a socialist economy?
Exam 3: To allow people to work at their fullest potential and achieve their personal dreams.
Exam 3: The tension between Northern states and Southern states grew because:
Exam 3:
1) All of the answers are correct
2) New territory had to be administered and admitted to the Union slave or free
3) The Supreme Court passed down the Dred Scott decision that Constitutionally protected property rights
4) Northern groups began to organize against the practice of slavery
Exam 3: T/F In colonial America, religion was a major motivating factor in people’s lives and significantly influenced the development of political ideas.
Exam 3: True
Exam 3: Who is considered the “father” of modern capitalism?
Exam 3: Adam Smith
Exam 3: John Winthrop’s A Model of Christian Charity demonstrates the Puritan goal of
Exam 3:
1) Creating a covenant people
2) Standing as an example to the world of a Christian community
3) A hopeful future in the New World
4) All of the answers are correct
Exam 3: Each statement except one represents the characteristics of an established church as they were practiced in the 1600s and 1700s. Choose the one that does NOT represent a characteristic.
Exam 3: It created a unique situation of equality among all the various churches; no church was ever considered to be more “official” than any other church.
Exam 3: Based on “The Law of Consecration and Stewardship,” all of the following are true except one. Choose the one that is NOT true.
Exam 3: The concept of “having things in common” means that property should be communal so that everyone owns everything together.
Exam 3: The First Great Awakening in the colonies led to:
Exam 3:
1) An increased attachment to a common Protestant heritage and identity
2) Rekindled religious identity and toleration
3) All of the answers are correct
4) Increased religious diversity
Exam 3: As a result of religious dissent during the colonial period:
Exam 3: “freedom of conscience” rose to the level of a natural right.
Exam 3: T/F The law of demand is defined in the following way: as price goes up, the quantity demanded also goes up.
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: T/F Socialism has always provided more opportunities for freedom than the market system.
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: The United Order, when practiced:
Exam 3: Exam 3: includes a strong personal incentive to work and create
Exam 3: The ratification process of the Constitution and the forging of the national government settled the majority of constitutional questions.
Exam 3: False
Exam 3: Once elected in 1861, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed:
Exam 3: A hope that compromise and attachment to the Union might avoid war
Exam 4: Each of the following except one represents a negative aspect of American industrialization. Choose the one which is not a negative aspect.
Exam 4: Some industrialists created mass production and modern management techniques.
Exam 4: What is considered to be the greatest cause of long-term sustained inflation?
Exam 4: Growth in the money supply that exceeds production growth.
Exam 4: Beginning in 1929, the ___________ ___________ created a greater level of economic suffering in America than any other previous depression or recession.
Exam 4: Great Depression
Exam 4: In times of inflation, which would be the appropriate use of monetary policy?
Exam 4: Raise interest rates and sell bonds.
Exam 4: Economic justice under the equality of conditions definitions requires all of the following except:
Exam 4:
A strict laissez-faire attitude.
Exam 4: Fiscal Policy is controlled by:
Exam 4: The President and Congress
Exam 4: When the Federal Reserve lowers interest rates it is practicing:
Exam 4: Monetary Policy
Exam 4: Entitlement programs are:
Exam 4: Programs designed to foster economic justice.
Exam 4: T/F The government has become more actively engaged in regulating the American economy since 1900.
Exam 4: True
Exam 4: In the case study “Whatever happened to the work ethic?” which of the following would not be included in the list of economic “civic virtues?”
Exam 4:
Exam 4: The best way to overcome the spirit of “entitlement” is to:
Exam 4: Work to develop personal qualities of humility and gratitude.
Exam 4: Which of the following is not a positive expression of economic virtue as discussed in this class?
Exam 4: A focus on money and personal wealth.
Exam 4: In periods of inflation the value of money:
Exam 4: Goes down
Exam 4: T/F Using fiscal policy is an effective way to control inflation because it is easy for Congress to raise taxes and cut government programs.
Exam 4: False
Exam 4: Which statement correctly describes a possible cause of sustained inflation since World War II?
Exam 4: It has been getting increasingly difficult to get certain resources, so the price of those resources is continually going up.
Exam 4: Which statement represents a challenge of the market economy?
Exam 4: It is subject to price instability.
Exam 4: The two challenges of the market system that were most evident during the Progressive Era were:
Exam 4: The challenge of a lack of economic virtue and the challenge of the unequal distribution of wealth
Exam 4: Whereas in the area of political corruption we are somewhat protected from corruption by auxiliary precautions, what is it in the market system that protects us from economic greed?
Exam 4: governmental controls
Exam 4: Which statement correctly describes an economic or social result of declining virtue in economic matters?
Exam 4: Exploitation of workers and resources will most likely increase.
Exam 4: T/F Entitlement programs are something we should always personally seek to take advantage of.
Exam 4: False
Exam 4: In the article, “Whatever happened to the work ethic?” what caused the break-up of the Protestant ethic?
Exam 4: cultural protests of the 1960s
Exam 4: John Maynard Keynes argued that:
Exam 4: government should play an active role in stimulating the economy during a depression.
Exam 4: Which of the following is the appropriate monetary policy to fight inflation?
Exam 4:
Reduce the money supply and raise interest rates.
Exam 4: What was the main reason behind the powerful response to Upton Sinclair’s description of the Chicago meat packing industry (The Jungle, 1906)?
Exam 4: People were shocked and appalled at the conditions under which their food was produced
Exam 4: T/F During a financial crisis, it is always better for the government to regulate the economy through fiscal, monetary, and legislative power than to allow the market forces of supply and demand to regulate the ups and downs of the economy.
Exam 4: False
Exam 4: Economic virtue includes all of the following except:
Exam 4: The ability to create effective monopolies.
Exam 4: Which of the following was a concern or focus of the Progressive Movement?
Exam 4:
1) Political corruption
2) Workplace safety and improved worker’s conditions
3) Consumer exploitation
4) Power and wealth of monopolies
5) All of the above
Exam 4: Each of the following except one describes something that could cause a recession. Choose the one that would NOT cause a recession.
Exam 4: A steady increase in overall demand
Exam 4: What is a possible evidence of declining economic virtue?
Exam 4: increasing reliance on government economic protections
Exam 4: In the article, “Whatever happened to the work ethic?” how was the Protestant Ethic cultivated in America?
Exam 4: education and popular culture
Exam 4: Economic virtue is important because:
Exam 4: A lack of economic virtue often requires government intervention in the market and a decline in economic freedom.
Exam 4: Which of the following is not one of the legacies of the New Deal?
Exam 4: The government determined to resist regulating the economy.
Exam 4: What term refers to a general slowdown or decline in economic activity and output?
Exam 4:
Exam 4: Which of the following is the appropriate fiscal policy to pull the nation out of a recession?
Exam 4:
Reduce taxes and raise government spending.
Exam 4: When comparing the distribution of wealth from the year 1776 to the year 1992, one might notice that:
Exam 4: The richest 1% of Americans controlled more than twice the amount of wealth (as a percentage of the whole) in 1992 than they did in 1776.
Exam 5: Which time period in American history was marked by anti-immigrant sentiment?
Exam 5:
1) the 1840s
2) the 1890s
3) the 2010s
4) All of the above.
Exam 5: T/F During the Second Party System, the rise of the “common man” ideal helped push many states towards universal manhood suffrage.
Exam 5: True
Exam 5: The Declaration of Sentiments in 1848 borrowed the language of:
Exam 5:
The Declaration of Independence
Exam 5: T/F The election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800 showed the world that power could be transferred peacefully from one political faction to another in a republic.
Exam 5: True
Exam 5: T/F The phrase “democratization of America” means that over the years America has changed its governmental form from a republic to a democracy.
Exam 5: False
Exam 5: T/F In the late 1700s and early 1800s, liberals supported the popular government and the free-market. In the early 1900s, liberals began to believe that government should be used to help protect people from the excesses of the free market.
Exam 5: True
Exam 5: Which of the following is not an example of how America has become more democratic?
Exam 5: Long residency requirements
Exam 5: Which of the following was the last expansion of the right to vote?
Exam 5: The elimination of long state residency requirements
Exam 5: Each statement except one describes why American political traditions have been so concentrated in the center of the ideological continuum. Choose the one that is not true.
Exam 5: When political parties take more extreme ideological positions, they can attract greater numbers of voters.
Exam 5: Which of the following was not a tactic employed by the Civil Rights Movement?
Exam 5: Television commercials highlighting the ugliness of segregation
Exam 5: Each statement EXCEPT ONE correctly describes a reason for the existence of a two-party system in America. Choose the statement that is not true.
Exam 5: All of the founding generation believed that two political parties would create a helpful and positive spirit of democracy and mass participation.
Exam 5: Who defends the status quo against major changes and protects traditional ideas, values, and institutions?
Exam 5:
Exam 5: T/F The Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education overturned the ruling of “separate but equal” in Plessy v. Ferguson.
Exam 5: True
Exam 5: Which statement would correctly represent something George Washington said to the people of America in his “Farewell Address” in 1796?
Exam 5: Even though we should avoid the effects of parties, the spirit of party is inseparable from human nature and has its root in the passions of the human mind.
Exam 5: Which of the following is NOT a factor that prompted the “democratization” of the American government?
Exam 5: The Parliamentary system of government
Exam 5: Which of the following is NOT an example of racism in American history:
Exam 5: Desegregation of the Armed Forces and professional baseball
Exam 5: According to current election laws:
Exam 5: Only those parties whose candidates ran in the last general election automatically show up on the next ballot.
Exam 5: What were the names of the original two major political parties during the time period of 1790 to 1828?
Exam 5: Federalists and Democratic Republicans
Exam 5: The two major political parties in the United States:
Exam 5: are considered middle-of-the-road because they must attract the vast majority of American voters who are also in the center of the ideological continuum.
Exam 5: Which of the following correctly link a political party to the leading individual of that party?
Exam 5:
Democrat – Franklin D. Roosevelt
Exam 5: What made the “new immigrants” different than earlier waves of immigration?
Exam 5: They were from Southern and Eastern Europe, largely Catholic and Jewish, and were seen as too different from more established Americans.
Exam 5: Which of the following is not part of the Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 60s?
Exam 5: The Fighting Tigers
Exam 5: The great migration involved which of the following?
Exam 5:
Blacks to Northern cities
Exam 5: T/F The goals of extremists on the ideological continuum are the same, but their methods for accomplishing those goals are different.
Exam 5: False
Exam 5: What is a grassroots reform movement?
Exam 5: A movement that began locally and sought to establish change from the bottom up.
Exam 5: Which of the following is not true of the “new immigrants”?
Exam 5: They came from England and Scandinavia.
Exam 5: Which of the following is not an event that helped foster the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s?
Exam 5: Gentlemen’s Agreement
Exam 5: A good definition of nativism is:
Exam 5: The fear that “others” threaten the dominant culture and its institutions
Exam 5: What is the desire to change, reform, and experiment, as well as a greater willingness to accept new ideas, values and institutions?
Exam 5: Liberalism
Exam 5: Which of the following statements describes the 1954 Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education?
Exam 5:
Plessy v. Ferguson is overturned, and separate schools are inherently unequal
Exam 5: The official justifications for Japanese Internment during World War II included all of the following except:
Exam 5:
Settlers were needed in the most barren parts of the West
Exam 5: Which of the following terms most closely describes a conservative “extremist”?
Exam 5:
Exam 5: Which of the following is most closely associated with the period 1932-1952?
Exam 5: New Deal Coalition
Exam 5: Which of the following statements is true of the two-party system in America?
Exam 5: At any given time through most of our history, two large moderate parties have existed, and seldom did anyone except members of those two main parties get elected to public office.
Exam 5: T/F A weak tradition of constituent representation is a major reason that can be given for the existence of the two-party tradition in American politics
Exam 5: False
Exam 6: The Roosevelt Corollary added to the Monroe Doctrine the concept that the United States should
Exam 6: interfere in the affairs of the Americas in cases of “chronic wrongdoing”
Exam 6: Which is NOT a way that the United States responded after the World War II was won?
Exam 6: They broke up and colonized the territories of Germany and Japan to ensure no further aggression.
Exam 6: Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points were about what?
Exam 6: Securing peace between nations and restoring war-torn nations.
Exam 6: The “motivation” of imperialism was most evident in American foreign policy during which war?
Exam 6: Spanish-American War
Exam 6: Woodrow Wilson wrote the Fourteen Points in 1918 in response to what?
Exam 6: The end of World War I, it was a plan to reorder the world.
Exam 6: T/F Americans tend to fear change and prefer stability.
Exam 6: False
Exam 6: T/F The counterculture of the 1960s renewed support for traditional American values.
Exam 6: False
Exam 6: T/F The most dominant “passion” driving U.S. foreign policy during our involvement in World War II and the Korean War was imperialism.
Exam 6: False
Exam 6: In Elder Bateman’s address he connects the explosion of technological change and secular knowledge with what other event?
Exam 6: The restoration of the gospel
Exam 6: Which of the following is NOT a legacy of the 1960s Youth Rebellion?
Exam 6: The creation of a new youth political party
Exam 6: T/F Technological advances allow Americans to participate in more markets with more speed than ever before.
Exam 6: True
Exam 6: Which statement is true of Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society programs?
Exam 6: Johnson used his knowledge of Congress to push through many of his programs
Exam 6: The campaign speech “The March of the Flag” argued that the United states was
Exam 6:
1) all of the above
2) duty-bound to rule other peoples even without their
3) uniquely blessed and chosen by God
4) destined to rule the American continent
Exam 6: Which term is correctly matched with its definition?
Exam 6:
1) Nationalism: an intense patriotism and devotion to one’s country, sometimes at the expense of international considerations
2) Imperialism: a policy of acquisition of colonies or dominating the economic and political affairs of a weaker nation.
3) Militarism: an aggressive preparedness for war and the glorification of that preparedness.
4) All of the above are correctly matched.
Exam 6: Revivalist preachers during the Great Awakening preached the message of :
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1) free will
2) personal understanding of scripture
3) salvation through Jesus Christ
4) All of the above
Exam 6: President Hinckley suggested that in times of unrest, we should focus on
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living righteously and in faith
Exam 6: The very earliest American foreign policy centered around which idea?
Exam 6: Neutrality; avoiding foreign military or political alliances.
Exam 6: What is the legacy of Johnson’s Great Society?
Exam 6: Most of Johnson’s Great Society programs continue today and many have been expanded and enlarged.
Exam 6: During the Jacksonian Era, Horace Mann is known for his significant reforms in what area of society?
Exam 6: Education
Exam 6: Which of the following most closely reflects Washington’s advice to avoid foreign entanglements?
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Isolation and Neutrality
Exam 6: Which of the following would correctly state an idea given in Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty” speech of 1964?
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To fight poverty, we must have better schools, better health, better homes, better training, and better jobs.
Exam 6: Based on your preparation on foreign policy, which of the following statements is true?
Exam 6: The basic mission of the U.S. during the Cold War was to contain communism.
Exam 6: Which is NOT a way that the United States was compelled to respond after the attack on Pearl Harbor by the Japanese?
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Take control of China to protect them from Japanese imperialism.
Exam 6: Which of the following is NOT a type of Jacksonian Reform
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Exam 6: Which of the following was included in President Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points?
Exam 6: A general association of nations should be formed to protect the independence and territorial integrity to great and small nations alike.
Exam 6: Which of the following would NOT be included in President Benson’s list of things we can do to best protect constitutional freedoms?
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Refuse to obey unjust laws
Exam 6: Temperance societies organized to combat the following problems they argued were caused by alcohol consumption:
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1) Poverty
2) Crime
3) Morality
4) All of the above
Exam 6: The scriptural basis for Elder Bateman’s devotional is:
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Doc. & Cov. 121
Exam 6: The Vietnam War was one of the conditions that helped make the Great Society possible.
Exam 6: False
Exam 6: The Youth Rebellion of the 1960s was characterized by all but one of the following:
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Was largely made up of World War II veterans
Exam 6: Which of the following is NOT true of consumer culture in the Unites States?
Exam 6: Advertisers try to encourage consumers to keep products a long time
Exam 6: According to Elder Bateman, along with the Restoration came:
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A burst of secular knowledge.
Exam 6: One reason that women’s rights movements began to take the stage in the 19th century is because many of the leaders of other reform movements were women.
Exam 6: True
Exam 6: According to President Wilson, the United States entered World War I to:
Exam 6: “make the world safe for democracy.”
Exam 6: Which of the following most closely relates to our “special relationship” with nations of the Western Hemisphere?
Exam 6:
Monroe Doctrine