Examine Source 3. How might American women of the 1940s have responded to this poster of Rosie the Riveter?
They would have been inspired to help the war effort by working in factories.
They would have been inclined to stay at home rather than work in factories.
They would have been inspired to base their dress and appearance on Rosie.
They would have been inclined to enlist in the US Army or Navy.
Examine Source 2. Annie Oakley’s letter suggests that—
women were particularly good at shooting guns.
women had no opportunities out West.
women back East had greater freedom than in the West.
Annie Oakley was likely a personal friend of President William McKinley.
According to Source 3, what was the second most effective way for a citizen to support the war effort?
enlist in the armed forces
stay neutral and uninvolved
aid and comfort the enemy
invest by buying liberty bonds
Select the terms on the right which are connected to Prohibition.
A member of the SCLC in the 1960s would have been most supportive of—
the war in Vietnam.
Nixon’s views on civil rights.
peaceful protests to achieve social justice.
conservative political ideas.
Examine Source 4. To soften up Cuban defenses before the Bay of Pigs Invasion, the anti–Castro forces
launched several air raids.
sent one airplane to drop an atomic bomb.
sent in an assassin to murder Fidel Castro.
attempted to negotiate with Castro from their base in Miami.
What did W.E.B. Du Bois believe was the best path for African Americans to use in order to advance in American society?
accepting the Jim Crow laws of the time
speaking out against lynchings
getting an advanced education
Identify the greatest danger that Carson warns the reader about.
Crops will die without insecticides.
People are in danger from too much radiation exposure and chemicals.
Weeds will overgrow the Earth.
Throwing garbage into streams is toxic to the environment.
Of all the acts and legislation named above, which would have the most relevance and use for a person suffering from a severe illness?
the Affordable Care Act, which was signed by President Barack Obama
the No Child Left Behind Act, signed by President George W. Bush
NAFTA, signed by President Bill Clinton
the Americans with Disabilities Act, signed by President George H.W. Bush
Based on Sources 3-4, industrialization—
was beneficial for the workers as well as the consumers who bought the products.
was only harmful to the unfortunate small group of people who worked in factories.
forced many people into unsafe working and living conditions.
made both immigrants and factory workers rich.
Which US president was in office when the Berlin Wall came down in November 1989?
John F. Kennedy, who always said he hated that wall when he first saw it
George H.W. Bush, who came into office just ten months prior to the fall
Jimmy Carter, who gave a major speech about the wall but did not succeed in removing it
Ronald Reagan, who famously shouted, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!"