How did the Zimmerman telegram influence the United States to end its neutral position and enter World War I?
A. It approved German attacks on ships with U.S. citizens aboard.
B. It supported German atrocities against defenseless U.S. civilians.
C. It proposed a German alliance with Mexico and the invasion of Texas.
D. It proposed a German alliance with Canada and a blockade of New York.
C. It proposed a German alliance with Mexico and the invasion of Texas.Auto answered|Score 1|johnlennons|Points 900|User:
The Eighteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, ratified in 1919, outlawed the manufacturing, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages. This amendment was highly influenced by
A. an increase in automobile accidents.
B. a political campaign run by corrupt politicians.
C. an economic recession due to a lack of liquor sales.
D. a revival of evangelical religious beliefs in many communities.
C. an economic recession due to a lack of liquor salesAuto answered|Score .6|ANGEEELICA|Points 7867|User:
Why did young women who were known as “flappers” in the 1920s often face disapproval?
A. They rejected traditional ideas about women's appearance and behavior.
B. They worked together to fight for political rights for the underprivileged.
C. They encouraged thrift when most people wanted to spend money.
D. They protested against U.S. involvement in foreign wars.
The answer is A. They rejected traditional ideas about women's appearance and behavior.Auto answered|Score .8911|bongche|Points 3864|User:
The Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to accept full blame for World War I and to pay billions of dollars in reparations. In what way did these conditions eventually lead to World War II?
A. Germany ignored the treaty, which enabled it to reestablish the Nazi Party as its only political party.
B. Once Germany paid the reparations it owed, other nations tried to overthrow it due to its weakened state.
C. The Germans were bitter about the treaty stipulations and chose to immediately invade neighboring countries.
D. Germans were looking for a strong leader due the weakened state of their nation, which led to the rise of the Nazi Party.
A. Germany ignored the treaty, which enabled it to reestablish the Nazi Party as its only political party.Auto answered|Score 1|Greenpepper|Points 2911|User:
President Hoover believed that the federal government should play only a limited role in solving the nation's economic problems. This belief caused him to
A. refuse to support direct relief payments and other forms of federal welfare.
B. reject the idea of allowing larger banks to loan money to banks about to fail.
C. argue against federal cooperation in the planning and building of Boulder Dam.
D. fight against the Farm Board cooperatives organized to ensure higher crop prices.
The answer is "refuse to support direct relief payments and other forms of federal welfare."Auto answered|Score 1|KRSTINE|Points 20|User:
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) only insures banks that comply with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act. This means that the FDIC helps enforce
A. fair lending practices.
B. access to public buildings.
C. debt relief for foreign countries.
D. rules against employment discrimination.
D. rules against employment discrimination. Auto answered|Score .9952|KRSTINE|Points 20|User:
Which event caused Franklin D. Roosevelt to refer to December 7, 1941, as "a date which will live in infamy"?
A. the Italian invasion of Greece
B. the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor
C. the occurrence of Kristallnacht in Germany
D. the discovery of German concentration camps
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