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Question 1 (Worth 5 points)
Which of the following was evidence to support Vanzetti's innocence during the Braintree robbery and double murder trial?
No witness claimed to see Vanzetti during the shooting.
Witnesses placed Vanzetti elsewhere during the crime.
Vanzetti feared for his safety and that of his friends.
Vanzetti's gun had not been used in the shooting.
Points earned on this question: 5

Question 2 (Worth 5 points)
What was the significance of the Sacco-Vanzetti trial?
It established capital punishment.
It established important legal principles.
The crime was unusual in its brutality.
It symbolized Red Scare fears.
Points earned on this question: 0

Question 3 (Worth 5
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They had come to despise President Wilson.
They saw involvement in world affairs as favoring radicalism.
They didn't want any more involvement in other countries' troubles.
They were angry that the peace settlement didn't punish Germany enough.
Points earned on this question: 5

Question 4 (Worth 5 points)
What was the significance of the Sacco-Vanzetti trial?
It established capital punishment.
It established important legal principles.
The crime was unusual in its brutality.
It symbolized Red Scare fears.
Points earned on this question: 0

Question 5 (Worth 5 points)
Which of these policies involving foreign countries was generally favored by isolationist Americans? sending the United States Army to put down revolutions in Europe pressing Britain and France to pay back their wartime loans sending food and money to nations devastated by war joining the League of Nations
Points earned on this question: 5

Question 6 (Worth 5 points)
What was the goal of The Kellogg-Briand Pact? for the signing nations to use war as a last resort to bring smaller nations into international affairs to bring the U.S. into the League of Nations for Germany to show that it was not as warlike as it formerly had been
Points earned on this question: 0

Question 7 (Worth 5 points)
What was the purpose of the Four Power Treaty of 1921? to respect the independence of former colonies to set a timetable for a

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