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2 Who Wants to be a Millionaire U.S. History Chapter 6 Review Edition

3 This inventor established the American Telephone and Telegraph Company A)Andrew Carnegie B)Henry Bessemer C)Alexander Graham Bell D)Samuel F. B. Morse

4 This inventor established the American Telephone and Telegraph Company C)Alexander Graham Bell

5 Who is this man? A)Andrew Carnegie B)John D. Rockefeller C)George Pullman D)J. P. Morgan

6 Who is this man? B)John D. Rockefeller

7 Why was Pullman, Illinois, an unusual town? A) It had one main industry B) It was built by a company to house its workers. C) Every person in the town had six fingers on their left hand. D) It owed its prosperity to the railroads.

8 Why was Pullman, Illinois, an unusual town? B) It was built by a company to house its workers.

9 What negative effects of consolidation and trusts occurred during the late 1800s : A)A reduction of government corruption, because of Social Darwinism. B)An increase of inventions making life more complicated. C)An increase of state and federal law conflict, almost leading to Civil War II. D)A reduction of competition in the marketplace.

10 What negative effects of consolidation and trusts occurred during the late 1800s : D)A reduction of competition in the marketplace.

11 According to the information on the following line graph which of the following is true? A)HIV infection is not a great concern. B)Fewer people died of heart disease in 91 compared to 86. C)The population in general is rising. D)Cancer deaths have always stayed above 30 per 100,000 a year.

12 According to the information on the following line graph which of the following is true? B)Fewer people died of heart disease in 91 compared to 86.

13 The main purpose of the company known as Crédit Mobilier was to: A)Impress people with a fancy French name. B)Steal railroad money for its shareholders. C)Obtain political positions for its shareholders. D)All of the above

14 The main purpose of the company known as Crédit Mobilier was to: B)Steal railroad money for its shareholders.

15 Who is this man? A)Samuel L. Gompers B)George Pullman C)Samuel F. B. Morse D)Harry

16 Who is this man? C)Samuel F. B. Morse

17 Andrew Carnegie used this business approach to control the steel industry. A)Vertical Integration. B)Horizontal Integration. C)Vertical and Horizontal Integration. D)Integrating the Vertilization of the main Horizontaloid capacitor.

18 Andrew Carnegie used this business approach to control the steel industry. C)Vertical and Horizontal Integration.

19 The government most contributed to the building of the transcontinental railroad by: A)Allowing for the immigration of Chinese and Irish immigrants. B)Collecting extra taxes from the industries that would use the railroad. C)Using the Army to force Native American tribes to live on reservations. D)Awarding loans and land grants to private companies to build the railroad.

20 The government most contributed to the building of the transcontinental railroad by: D)Awarding loans and land grants to private companies to build the railroad.

21 According to the information on the following line graph which of the following is true? A)The Iraq war lasted longer than the Vietnam war. B) Less than 3,000 Americans died in the Vietnam war. C)The greatest number of U.S. deaths per month occurred in the Vietnam war before the fourth year of the war. D)Less than 500 Americans have died in the Iraq war.

22 According to the information on the following line graph which of the following is true? C)The greatest number of U.S. deaths per month occurred in the Vietnam war before the fourth year of the war.

23 How did industrial growth affect the distribution of wealth in the United States? A)Wealth was concentrated in the hands of a few industrialists. B)The income gap between farmers and factory workers widened. C)The income gap between rich and poor stabilized. D)All Americans enjoyed a higher standard of living.

24 How did industrial growth affect the distribution of wealth in the United States? A)Wealth was concentrated in the hands of a few industrialists.

25 Who is this Labor Leader? A)Samuel “the Goiter” Gompers B)Eugene “Donut” Debs C)William “Big Bill” Haywood D)Mother “Lode” Jones

26 Who is this Labor Leader? C)William “Big Bill” Haywood

27 Some employers forced workers to sign “yellow dog contracts” stating that: A) Workers would not join labor unions. B) No scabs could be hired. C) Workers were required to limit K-9 spray painting to a certain color. D) Children and Dogs suffering from Jaundice were prohibited in the workplace.

28 Some employers forced workers to sign “yellow dog contracts” stating that: C) Workers were required to limit K-9 spray painting to a certain color.

29 Some employers forced workers to sign “yellow dog contracts” stating that: A) Workers would not join labor unions.

30 The term “Robber Barons” is used to describe Industry Tycoons like Carnegie and Rockefeller because: A)They paid little taxes for the benefit they received from government. B)The U.S. president bestowed royal titles on them and this was controversial. C)They benefitted from the subjugation of workers. D)It was the title they preferred over “Merchants of DEATH.”

31 The term “Robber Barons” is used to describe Industry Tycoons like Carnegie and Rockefeller because: C)They benefitted from the subjugation of workers.

32 The term “Captains of Industry” is used to describe Industry Tycoons like Carnegie and Rockefeller because: A)They knew how to “navigate” the seas of government using the “sails” of political party donations. B)President Hayes called everyone “captain” back then because he couldn’t remember anyone's name. C)They were instrumental in developing the Industrial might of the U.S. D)It was the title they preferred over “PRD” which stood for Pasty Rich Dudes.

33 The term “Captains of Industry” is used to describe Industry Tycoons like Carnegie and Rockefeller because: C)They were instrumental in developing the Industrial might of the U.S.

34 This man is a good example of: A)Castiglione’s Renaissance man. B)A Machiavellian Leader. C) A Captain of Industry. D) All of the above and more!

35 This man is a good example of: A)Castiglione’s Renaissance man.

36 Who Wants to be a Millionaire U.S. History Chapter 6 Review Edition


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