What resulted from the voluntary military service of thousands of Native Americans during World War I?
What effect did these innovations have on the war? (poison gas, trench warfare, submarines, tanks, automatic weapons)
What nickname did this group of soldiers have? (Theodore Roosevelt”s troops in the Spanish-American War)
Which factor explains the rise of isolationist sentiment in the United States during the decade after World War I?
Which group included the only U.S. soldiers who were used as reinforcements for Allied units and put under foreign command during World War I?
Which of the following was a U.S. response to the publication of Alfred Thayer Mahan”s book, The Influence of Sea Power Upon History?
“I”ve been through one war. I have seen the dead piled up, and I do not want to see another.”—President William McKinley, a veteran of the Civil WarMcKinley”s remark in 1895 came as a result of pressure for the United States to take what action?
Which statement describes public opinion in the United States before and during the Spanish-American War?
Which statement describes President Theodore Roosevelt”s attitude about U.S. relations with Latin America?
The popular 1915 song, “I didn”t raise my boy to be a soldier,” reflects American support for what principle at that time?
Which factor played a role in the sudden drop after 1928? The graph below shows the growth of the U.S. economy during the 1920s.
Which statement explains how two causes combined to create an effect, which became the Great Depression?
The excessive use of credit allowed consumption to increase rapidly, which stimulated production to the point that it outpaced demand.
DuBois felt that Garvey”s belief in black separatism worked against the struggle for social equality.
Which organization was dedicated to doing humanitarian and charitable work for the African American community?
What was the focus on the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) during the 1920s and 1930s?