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1 Progressive Era Unit Test Review/Checkpoint

2 Which of the following is the most important effect of the Progressive Era reforms of initiative, referendum and recall? A. made government more responsive to voters A. made government more responsive to voters B. restructured the government branches B. restructured the government branches C. increased the power of the judicial branch C. increased the power of the judicial branch D. provided for use of the Australian ballot D. provided for use of the Australian ballot

3 Nativists in the 20 th century would MOST have approved of which of the following earlier efforts A. Labor Unions A. Labor Unions B. Open Door Policy B. Open Door Policy C. Chinese Exclusion Act C. Chinese Exclusion Act D. Progressive Reforms D. Progressive Reforms

4 . As a result of the 19thAmendment to the U.S. Constitution— A. women were guaranteed voting rights A. women were guaranteed voting rights B. African Americans were granted citizenship B. African Americans were granted citizenship C. Native Americans were prevented from owning property C. Native Americans were prevented from owning property D. children were prohibited from working in factories D. children were prohibited from working in factories

5 The Progressive Era is defined by reform of all the following except— A. Political parties A. Political parties B. Big business B. Big business C. Labor practices C. Labor practices D. Civil rights D. Civil rights

6 How did the 17th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution give more political power to the individual voter? A. It allowed citizens to vote regardless of race, creed, or ethnicity. A. It allowed citizens to vote regardless of race, creed, or ethnicity. B. It freed citizens to vote without paying a poll tax or passing a literacy test. B. It freed citizens to vote without paying a poll tax or passing a literacy test. C. It allowed for two senators per state to be elected by popular vote. C. It allowed for two senators per state to be elected by popular vote. D. It allowed for the number of senators per state to be determined by population. D. It allowed for the number of senators per state to be determined by population.

7 A. Robber Baron Act A. Robber Baron Act B. Grange Act B. Grange Act C. Interstate Commerce Act C. Interstate Commerce Act D. Sherman Anti- Trust Act D. Sherman Anti- Trust Act The 1 st large scale attempt by the federal government to regulate business in the interest of society concerned regulating railroads. This act was the

8 Which Progressive reformer was well-known for his efforts in Wisconsin and became a model for other Progressive reformers? A. Eugene Debs A. Eugene Debs B. Woodrow Wilson B. Woodrow Wilson C. W.E.B. DuBois C. W.E.B. DuBois D. Robert LaFollette D. Robert LaFollette

9 A. the election of Theodore Roosevelt A. the election of Theodore Roosevelt B. Supreme Court Rulings B. Supreme Court Rulings C. Labor leaders persuading lawmakers to ignore the legislation C. Labor leaders persuading lawmakers to ignore the legislation D. Congressional legislation affecting individual businesses D. Congressional legislation affecting individual businesses Which of the following led to better enforcement of the Sherman Antitrust Act?

10 Which of the following describes how Eugene V. Debs impacted the national elections of 1900, 1904, 1908, and 1912? A. He supported the Republican party though he was an independent. A. He supported the Republican party though he was an independent. B. He campaigned for the Populist party in all elections. B. He campaigned for the Populist party in all elections. C. He won votes as a candidate for the Socialist party. C. He won votes as a candidate for the Socialist party. D. He ran in all elections as a candidate of the Progressives. D. He ran in all elections as a candidate of the Progressives.

11 Which person worked to reform social conditions in cities in the late 1800s? A. Jane Addams A. Jane Addams B. Ida Tarbell B. Ida Tarbell C. Helen Hunt Jackson C. Helen Hunt Jackson D. William Marcy Tweed D. William Marcy Tweed

12 Muckrakers in the Progressive Era wrote novels and essays that did which of the following? A. advocated restrictions on immigration and tariffs A. advocated restrictions on immigration and tariffs B. defended socialism instead of free enterprise B. defended socialism instead of free enterprise C. identified excesses of the legislative branch C. identified excesses of the legislative branch D. expressed problems of urban society D. expressed problems of urban society

13 Which of the following presidents increased the federal government's role in conservation of wilderness and natural resources? A. William McKinley A. William McKinley B. Herbert Hoover B. Herbert Hoover C. Theodore Roosevelt C. Theodore Roosevelt D. Woodrow Wilson D. Woodrow Wilson

14 During the Progressive Era, the naturalist John Muir persuaded the government to increase funding for which of the following? A. food and drug safety A. food and drug safety B. big business B. big business C. civil rights C. civil rights D. a national park D. a national park

15 Congress has attempted to deal with the issue of taxing citizens fairly by enacting A. high tariff A. high tariff B. property tax B. property tax C. sales tax C. sales tax D. graduated income tax D. graduated income tax

16 All of the following fought for political rights and economic opportunities in the Progressive Era except— A. NAACP A. NAACP B. American Indian Movement B. American Indian Movement C. National American Woman Suffrage Association C. National American Woman Suffrage Association D. Abolitionists D. Abolitionists

17 The activism of Susan B. Anthony impacted American government because it led to the passage of the A. 17th Amendment A. 17th Amendment B. 18th Amendment B. 18th Amendment C. 19th Amendment C. 19th Amendment D. 20th Amendment D. 20th Amendment

18 What do all of the below have in common? A. protect the nation’s natural resources A. protect the nation’s natural resources B. improve conditions for recent immigrants to the United States B. improve conditions for recent immigrants to the United States C. Advance the growth of big business C. Advance the growth of big business D. promote the general welfare of the American public D. promote the general welfare of the American public DateLegislationPurpose 1905U.S. Forest Service establishedManage the nation’s water and timber resources 1906Meat Inspection ActRegulate meat processing to ensure clean conditions 1906Pure Food and Drug ActOutlaw dishonest labeling of food and drugs 1913Department of Labor established Promote the interests of working people

19 A historian wishing to learn more about the meat-packing industry would likely use which of the following sources? A. Textbook entry A. Textbook entry B. Muckraker's book B. Muckraker's book C. Farmer's diary C. Farmer's diary D. Political candidate's platform D. Political candidate's platform

20 Which of the following would you expect to hear in a speech by Teddy Roosevelt? A. Attacks on all conservative views A. Attacks on all conservative views B. Support for both a democratic issue and a conservative issue B. Support for both a democratic issue and a conservative issue C. An assault on all other political parties C. An assault on all other political parties D. a brand new set of initiatives and issues D. a brand new set of initiatives and issues

21 What was the term for journalists who investigated American life and sought to expose corruption and questionable practices? yellow journalists yellow journalists muckrakers muckrakers the New Journalists the New Journalists rationalists rationalists

22 . Which Amendment gave women the right to vote? A. 13th Amendment A. 13th Amendment B. 15th Amendment B. 15th Amendment C. 17th Amendment C. 17th Amendment D. 19th Amendment D. 19th Amendment

23 Wisconsin Governor and Senator that promoted the idea of a direct primary. This gave voters the ability to vote for party candidates. A. Theodore Roosevelt A. Theodore Roosevelt B. Upton Sinclair B. Upton Sinclair C. Robert LaFollette C. Robert LaFollette D. Jim Doyle D. Jim Doyle

24 During which period of US History were the amendments concerning Income tax, Direct Election of Senators, Prohibition, and Women’s Suffrage enacted? Reconstruction Reconstruction Gilded Age Gilded Age Progressive Era Progressive Era New Deal New Deal


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