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1 Welcome to Jeopardy

2 New Deal to Cold War Jeopardy


4 Credits Winners 1st Hour: Matthew, Tia, Diamond, Desiree, Ronjanae (4300 pts.) Winners 5th Hour: Deborah, Diamond, Diamond, Zoe, Mia (4000 pts.) Winners 6th Hour: Marcus, Kylie, Dalisheana, Teniya, Marquita (5400 pts.) Winners 7th Hour: Day, Jalen, Nataya, Lena, Brentni, Ashley (5700 pts.) Championship to be determined by Friday’s Quiz Total Points = Points from Competition + Total Points on Quiz as a group.

5 Let’s Get Started!

6 JEOPARDY RULES All topics will be on your Weekly Quiz this Friday 12/16/12 Each team of no more than 4 people will take turns answering questions. If a team answers incorrectly, the next team gets the chance to answer. If a team answers 4 consecutive times, the next team automatically gets a turn. Team members will not be able to work together to get an answer, but each team member must take turns answering. The team answering has approximately 5 seconds to answer after the question is read. To enter the Team’s Score click on the SCORE box to return to the Scoreboard. The teacher is the final authority on all matters and has the power to add or remove points at will!

7 Final Jeopardy Round 1 Group 5 Group 6 Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Group 4

8 JEOPARDY Scores Roosevelt Policies Totalitarianism German Invasion Postwar Postwar and Challenge

9 Final Jeopardy

10 Final Jeopardy Category:

11 A Final Jeopardy Scatter Competition
President Roosevelt embraced the theories of John Maynard Keynes because Keynes a. explained how deficit spending could stimulate the economy. b. stressed the importance of a balanced budget. c. considered a high rate of unemployment to be both inevitable and unimportant. d. offered spiritual guidance as well as economic theories. Final Jeopardy Scatter Competition A Scores

12 100 Why did Hitler attack Denmark and Norway? B a.
because both countries had sent troops to fight the Germans in Poland b. to improve Germany’s access to the Atlantic Ocean c. because many Jews lived in Scandinavian countries d. to provide a route to attack the Soviet Union 100 B Scores Return

13 What reason best explains why nearly 80 million Americans spent money to go the movies each week during the 1930s? a. Newsreels before the movies were considered the most accurate sources of information. b. Movies provided an escape from the constant economic troubles of the nation. c. Radio was losing popularity as a medium for entertainment and information. d. Most films presented hard-hitting explorations of social and political issues. 200 B Scores Return

14 Why did President Roosevelt declare a “bank holiday” on his second day in office?
Bank failures during Hoover’s administration had left finance officials in need of rest. b. He hoped to stimulate a day of consumer spending. c. He wanted to stop the run on banks that threatened even the healthiest financial institutions. d. It was part of an overall effort to restructure the nation’s business hours. 300 C Scores Return

15 Conservatives and liberals criticize President Roosevelt.
Cause Effect Conservatives and liberals criticize President Roosevelt. Which of the following best completes the diagram? a. Banks are given a holiday. b. The American Liberty League is outlawed. c. The FDIC is created. d. New Deal programs are enacted. 400 Scores D Return

16 500 A What were the three main goals of the New Deal? a.
relief, recovery, and reforms b. reaction, response, and resignation c. revolt, relief, and renewal d. review, relocation, and revolution 500 A Scores Return

17 100 B The Indian Reorganization Act reversed previous policies by a.
opening up tribal lands for sale. b. recognizing the tribe as the key unit of social organization in Native American society. c. revoking the right of Native Americans to self-rule. d. establishing 50 new reservations. 100 Scores B Return

18 Which policy was espoused by both liberals and conservatives in the United States before World War II? a. isolationism b. pacifism c. militarism d. communism 200 Scores A Return

19 Which of the following may have encouraged Hitler to begin taking control of neighboring countries?
the League of Nations’ unwillingness to take action against territorial expansion by Japan or Italy b. the Soviet support of the Republicans in the Spanish Civil War c. the massacre in Nanjing d. Japan’s successful attack on the United States 300 A Scores Return

20 400 A Which of the following policies did isolationists favor?
a. appeasement b. combat roles for women c. isolating Japan in Manchuria d. isolating Hitler in the Sudetenland 400 A Scores Return

21 What was a common feature of the totalitarian regimes that came to power after World War I?
a. They were Fascist. b. They depended on the use of violence. c. They emerged from civil wars. d. They were the result of military coups. 500 B Scores Return

22 Why was the decision to allow Hitler to annex the Sudetenland popular in many parts of the world?
Many people thought it would avoid another destructive war. b. The Sudetenland was unpopulated. c. Most people believed all German-speaking people should be united in one country. d. The Sudetenland government had invaded Czechoslovakia. 100 A Scores Return

23 200 C Which event led to Germany’s control over France? a.
The French were overwhelmed by the German Maginot Line. b. France had stationed too many of its forces in Poland. c. French forces did not expect the Germans to attack through the Ardennes Forest. d. For nearly a year Germany bombed Paris from the air. 200 C Scores Return

24 300 B During World War II African Americans a.
marched on Washington, D.C., to protest the violent treatment they suffered during the zoot suit riots. b. served in large numbers in the U.S. armed forces and found employment in industrial jobs that had earlier been denied to them. c. were banned from serving in the U.S. armed forces. d. joined with Mexican Americans to support isolationism through the Bracero Program. 300 Scores B Return

25 What successful strategy did Roosevelt and Churchill use in the invasion of Sicily?
a. an appeal to the Italian people b. an appeal to anti-Italian sentiment c. massive bombing of major cities d. the killing of massive numbers of civilians to destroy morale 400 A Scores Return

26 500 C How did Adolf Hitler build support for Nazi anti-semitism? a.
by blaming Aryans for economic woes and appealing to injured German pride b. by widely publicizing the operation of extermination camps c. by blaming Jews for economic woes and appealing to injured German pride d. by conquering several European countries 500 Scores C Return

27 100 B What was the ultimate goal of the Nazi’s Final Solution?
a. to control all of Europe and the Soviet Union b. to murder all Jews in Europe and the Soviet Union c. to eliminate all opposition to worldwide Nazi rule d. to defeat the Allies and attack Japan 100 B Scores Return

28 Allied forces began their attack on mainland Italy from which island?
a. Malta b. Sicily c. Sardinia d. Corsica 200 Scores B Return

29 Which of the following was a result of the German invasion of the Soviet Union?
a. The United States immediately sent troops to help defeat Hitler. b. The United States offered military equipment to a country viewed as a potential enemy in order to defeat the greater threat. c. The United States refused to help a country viewed as a potential enemy. d. The United States offered military equipment and financial support to their ally because a mutual aid treaty was in effect. 300 Scores B Return

30 400 C Which of the following events helped fuel the second Red Scare?
a. Chiang Kai-shek’s takeover of China b. the formation of the House Un-American Activities Committee c. Soviet detonation of an atomic bomb d. the passage of the Smith Act C Scores 400 Return

31 The foreign policy that aimed to stop communism from spreading was called
a. the Iron Curtain. b. containment. c. the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade. d. the International Monetary Fund. 500 Scores B Return

32 In this speech to Congress about the situation in Korea, President Truman was demonstrating his support for a. the McCarran Act. b. Kim Il Sung. c. the policy of containment. d. McCarthyism. 100 Scores C Return

33 Which of the following government agencies encouraged Americans to build bomb shelters in their yards? a. the Children’s Bureau b. the State Department c. the National Aeronautics and Space Administration d. the Federal Civil Defense Administration 200 Scores D Return

34 Which of the following helped keep employment high in the auto industry in the 1950s?
a. Automakers were awarded lucrative defense industry contracts. b. Car styles were revised regularly. c. The United States was the only developed country making automobiles at the time. d. Even the nation’s poor families could afford to buy a car for each adult. 300 B Scores Return

35 What may have contributed to television’s popularity in the 1950s?
a. Political candidates used it to communicate their messages. b. After years of wartime sacrifice, consumers were ready to spend money. c. General MacArthur endorsed it. d. Advertisers sponsored entire shows. 400 B Scores Return

36 One of the aspects of American society in the 1950s that drew criticism was
a. the loss of individuality. b. the baby boom. c. the arms race. d. the large number of Americans moving to the Sunbelt. 500 A Scores Return

37 100 D Who developed the polio vaccine? a. John Kenneth Galbraith b.
Marie Curie c. Albert Einstein d. Jonas Salk 100 D Scores Return

38 How would you describe President Eisenhower’s attitude toward the arms race?
a. The United States must keep the lead in the arms race. b. The arms race was key to U.S. global economic dominance. c. Superior nuclear capability would ensure total victory in the next war. d. The arms race would ensure that no additional countries fell to Communist aggression. 200 A Scores Return

39 The largest increase in birth rate occurred during which time period?
a. shortly after World War II b. before World War II--1939 c. shortly before and after 1950 d. at the end of the 1950s A Scores 300 Return

40 The fact that the U.S. did not immediately uphold amendments after the Civil War made the following phrase a hypocrisy: “it’s not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country” “all men are created equal” “give me liberty or give me death” “there’s nothing to fear but fear itself” B Scores 400 Return

41 Study the political cartoon and answer the question
Study the political cartoon and answer the question. Considering that this political cartoon was published in 1947, it most likely was intended to show support for which of the following policies? a. the Marshall Plan b. containment c. the Iron Curtain d. the founding of NATO 500 A Scores Return

42 Daily Double To Question

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