Guideline And Study Questions For The T

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Guideline and Study Questions for the Third Examination December 3rd History 1378 Fall Semester 2014 Professor T. Tillery The final examination will consist of two parts, multiple-choice and essay questions. There will be 65 multiple choice questions worth one point each. The essay section will require students to write on ONE of the following questions, there will be NO choice. The essay will be worth 35 points. Essay questions for the Third Examination: 1. Discuss the history between America and Japan that led to the attack on Pearl Harbor in l941. 2. The Civil Rights Movement (l945-1965) included a legal attack “and” a grassroots attack on racism and segregation. Discuss why both approaches were needed and give example of both…show more content…
D. Agricultural Adjustment Administration. 15. One of the most important achievements of the New Deal in the area of banking was included in a l933 act. This key reform A. Was the uniting of investment and commercial banking so that bankers could more readily transfer depositors money. B. Was the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, so that the government would guarantee bank deposits. C. Allowed weak banks to default on corporate loans, so that they could meet their obligation to individual depositors. D. Was the creation of the Federal Reserve System to regulate the banking industry. 16. Which of the following did the Supreme Court declare wholly or partly unconstitutional? A. Tennessee Valley Authority and Civilian Conservation Corps. B. National Recovery Act and Agricultural Adjustment Act. C. Civilian Works Administration and Works Progress Administration. D. National Labor Relations Act and Social Security. 17. Which one of the following men did NOT challenge New Deal policies? A. Charles Coughlin. B. Harry Hopkins. C. Dr. Francis Townsend. D. Huey Long. 18. Roosevelt’s administration, under the prodding of Eleanor Roosevelt and Harold Ickes, A. Began to support racial integration, and banned discrimination in certain programs. B. Gave assistance to Mexican Americans but offered little support to Indians. C. Was passionate in its devotion to complete racial integration. D. Supported an anti-lynching bill. 19. What best describes the character
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