1st Semester Interim Review - Mr. Gagliotti's homework page

1st Semester Interim Review - Mr. Gagliotti's homework page

2 Semester Interim Review nd Question # 1: What are the qualifications to be a Senator in the Georgia General Assembly? Answer to Question # 1: -

25 years old U.S. citizen Reside in the state of GA for 2 years Reside in district you represent for 1 year Question # 2: What are the qualifications to be a Representative in the Georgia General Assembly? Answer to Question # 2: -

21 years old U.S. citizen Reside in the state of GA for 2 years Reside in district you represent for 1 year Question # 3: What is the number of Senators and Representatives? Answer to Question # 3: - 56 Senators

- 180 Representatives Question # 4: What is the term length for Representatives and Senators? How do members of the General Assembly do a good job and get reelected? Answer to Question # 4: - There is no term limit (2 year terms) - Why???

- If they are representing their constituents believes and values well, they deserve to keep getting reelected Question # 5: Define Standing Committee: Define Joint Committee: Define Conference Committee: Answer to Question # 5: - A permanent committee that is made up of members from only one house. Both the

House and the Senate have their own. - A committee made up of members from both the House and the Senate. - A temporarily formed committee from both houses to make sure a bill says the same thing, if different versions of a bill is passed in each house. Question # 6: Describe the process of how a bill becomes a law:

Answer to Question # 6: 1. An idea for a new law is introduced 2. Legislature writes the proposed law as a bill (draft) 3. Bill gets submitted to the clerk 4. Bill is researched and votes on by a standing comm. 5. Bill goes to entire has for debate and voted on 6. Same process in the other house 7. Bill goes to the governor for his/her signature; then it becomes a law.

Question # 7: Describe how representatives can affect the passage of bills: Answer to Question # 7: Serve on standing committees to support the bill Influence other representatives to support the bill Make sure both houses have the same version of the bill

Question # 8: In Georgia, a bill vetoed by the governor can still become law if A. two-thirds of the General Assembly vote to override the veto. B. the Supreme Court of Georgia votes unanimously in favor of the bill. C. a majority of Georgia's population votes in favor of the passage of the bill. D. the Speaker of the House and the majority leaders agree to override the veto.

Answer to Question # 8: In Georgia, a bill vetoed by the governor can still become law if A. two-thirds of the General Assembly vote to override the veto. B. the Supreme Court of Georgia votes unanimously in favor of the bill. C. a majority of Georgia's population votes in favor of the passage of the bill. D. the Speaker of the House and the majority leaders agree to override the veto.

Question # 9: In which situations would a Conference Committee be created by the Georgia General Assembly? A. if it is determined that a proposed bill may prove to be unconstitutional B. if the governor wishes to rush a piece of legislation through the lawmaking process C. if both the House and the Senate create two different versions of a particular bill D. if a bill approved by both the House and the Senate is vetoed by the governor

Answer to Question # 9: In which situations would a Conference Committee be created by the Georgia General Assembly? A. if it is determined that a proposed bill may prove to be unconstitutional B. if the governor wishes to rush a piece of legislation through the lawmaking process C. if both the House and the Senate create two different versions of a particular bill D. if a bill approved by both the House and the Senate is vetoed by the governor

Question # 10: Which of the following is NOT a step in the legislative process in the state of Georgia? A. the assigning of the bill to a standing committee B. the sending of the bill to the governor for approval C. the submission of the bill to the Georgia Supreme Court to determine potential legal issues D. the filing of the bill by the author or sponsor with the Clerk of the House or the Secretary of the Senate Answer to Question # 10: Which of the following is NOT a step in the legislative

process in the state of Georgia? A. the assigning of the bill to a standing committee B. the sending of the bill to the governor for approval C. the submission of the bill to the Georgia Supreme Court to determine potential legal issues D. the filing of the bill by the author or sponsor with the Clerk of the House or the Secretary of the Senate Question # 11: How do the committees of the Georgia State Senate and House of Representatives contribute to the lawmaking process? A. Committees are responsible for authoring legislation and

introducing it on the floor of either house. B. Bills must be reviewed by a committee before they are brought before the entire House or Senate. C. Committees hold the power to override a governor's veto of a piece of legislation. D. Bills approved by a committee are sent directly to the governor for approval. Answer to Question # 11: How do the committees of the Georgia State Senate and House of Representatives contribute to the lawmaking process? A. Committees are responsible for authoring legislation and

introducing it on the floor of either house. B. Bills must be reviewed by a committee before they are brought before the entire House or Senate. C. Committees hold the power to override a governor's veto of a piece of legislation. D. Bills approved by a committee are sent directly to the governor for approval. Question # 12: What must a bill receive in order to become law in the state of Georgia? A. approval by the governor of Georgia

B. approval by both the House of Representatives and the Senate C. approval by the Georgia Supreme Court D. approval by both the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader Answer to Question # 12: What must a bill receive in order to become law in the state of Georgia? A. approval by the governor of Georgia B. approval by both the House of Representatives and the Senate

C. approval by the Georgia Supreme Court D. approval by both the Speaker of the House and the Senate Majority Leader Question # 13: A bill was just assigned to a committee. The committee chairman has a few options to move the bill forward. Which of the following is NOT one of those options? A. The chairman can send the bill directly to the governor to be signed into law. B. The chairman can vote the bill out of committee recommending that it be passed.

C. The chairman can research the bill to make sure there is enough evidence for the bill to become a law. D. The chairman can let the bill die in committee and not be released to the full House or Senate. Answer to Question # 13: A bill was just assigned to a committee. The committee chairman has a few options to move the bill forward. Which of the following is NOT one of those options? A. The chairman can send the bill directly to the governor to be signed into law. B. The chairman can vote the bill out of committee

recommending that it be passed. C. The chairman can research the bill to make sure there is enough evidence for the bill to become a law. D. The chairman can let the bill die in committee and not be released to the full House or Senate. Question # 14: When a bill is passed to the Governor he can take all of the following actions EXCEPT? A. Rewrite the bill B. Sign the bill

C. Take no action D. Veto the bill Question # 14: When a bill is passed to the Governor he can take all of the following actions EXCEPT? A. Rewrite the bill B. Sign the bill C. Take no action D. Veto the bill

Question # 15: What are the qualifications to be Governor in Georgia? Answer to Question # 15: At least 30 years old Citizen of the U.S. for at least 15 years Resident of GA for at least six years Question # 16: What is the maximum number of years a Governor can serve in

Georgia? Answer to Question # 16: - - A governor can serve 2 consecutive terms for a total of 8 years. - - However a governor can be elected for a possible 3rd term after they take at least one term off. Question # 17: When does the Governor get to appoint people to positions? Why

is it important the Governor can nominate appointments to executive agencies? Answer to Question # 17: the previous person term is up or they retire/die in office The Governor is able to maintain his/her influence over government agencies by who they appoint to the position as well as strengthen their own political party.

Question # 18: Governors Formal Powers: Answer to Question # 18: Appoints state officials Veto/Sign laws into effect Commander-in-Chief over the National Guard to respond to emergencies Question # 19: Governors Informal Powers:

Answer to Question # 19: Meets with other important officials as representative of the state Holds press conferences to speak on the state of affairs to the public Leader of his/her political party Question # 20: Fill in all of the ? marks on the chart!

Answer to Question # 20: 3 The people unlimited The people Commander in chief Executive

Agency leaders President of the Senate Question # 21: The role of the lieutenant governor in the Georgia State Senate is MOST similar to the role of the A. B.

C. D. Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. Presiding Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. Speaker in the Georgia House of Representatives. Majority Whip in the Georgia House of Representatives. Answer to Question # 21: The role of the lieutenant governor in the Georgia State Senate is MOST similar to the role of the

A. Chief Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. B. Presiding Justice of the Georgia Supreme Court. C. Speaker in the Georgia House of Representatives. D. Majority Whip in the Georgia House of Representatives. Question # 22: According to the state constitution, Georgias governor does NOT have... A. Legislative powers. B. Executive powers.

C. Political powers. D. Judicial powers. Answer to Question # 22: According to the state constitution, Georgias governor does NOT have... A. Legislative powers. B. Executive powers. C. Political powers. D. Judicial powers. Question # 23:

What is NOT a role of the Lieutenant governor? A. Chief Executive when the governor is out of state B. President of the Senate C. Take the governors job if the governor dies D. Veto bills sent to the governor Answer to Question # 23: What is NOT a role of the Lieutenant governor? A. Chief Executive when the governor is out

of state B. President of the Senate C. Take the governors job if the governor dies D. Veto bills sent to the governor Question # 24: Which of the following is NOT a qualification to run for governor of Georgia? A. A governor must be at least 30 years old before taking office in Georgia. B. A governor must be a resident of Georgia for at least six years prior to taking office.

C. A governor must have an advanced degree or advanced education prior to taking office. D. A governor must have been a U.S. citizen for at least fifteen years prior to taking office. Answer to Question # 24: Which of the following is NOT a qualification to run for governor of Georgia? A. A governor must be at least 30 years old before taking office in Georgia. B. A governor must be a resident of Georgia for at least six years prior to taking office.

C. A governor must have an advanced degree or advanced education prior to taking office. D. A governor must have been a U.S. citizen for at least fifteen years prior to taking office. Question # 25: Which branch is made up of the most people in Georgia? Answer to Question # 25: - Executive Branch make up 99% of the employees in the state government

Question # 26: What is a delinquent act? A. A crime, that if committed by an adult, the adult could face criminal charges B. Truancy or any one of the 7 Deadly Sins C. Running away from home D. A teenager who disobeys their parents commits a status offense Answer to Question # 26: What is a delinquent act?

A. A crime, that if committed by an adult, the adult could face criminal charges B. Truancy or any one of the 7 Deadly Sins C. Running away from home D. A teenager who disobeys their parents commits a status offense Question # 27: In a juvenile court case, a judge cannot A. Deny students the right to an education if they have broken school rules B. Place students on probation or release them into

the custody of their parents C. Fine students or sentence them to jail terms and mandatory school attendance D. Assign them to alternative programs such as boot camps Answer to Question # 27: In a juvenile court case, a judge cannot A. Deny students the right to an education if they have broken school rules B. Place students on probation or release them into the custody of their parents

C. Fine students or sentence them to jail terms and mandatory school attendance D. Assign them to alternative programs such as boot camps Question # 28: Who determines if a juvenile who is taken into custody should be detained or released to his or her parents? A. B. C.

D. A juvenile judge An intake officer The police department The arresting officer Answer to Question # 28: Who determines if a juvenile who is taken into custody should be detained or released to his or her parents? A.

B. C. D. A juvenile judge An intake officer The police department The arresting officer Question # 29: Sally Sue is 15 and stopped attending school. Which of the following correctly describes Sally Sue?

A. B. C. D. Absconded Felon Juvenile Delinquent Adult Delinquent Truant Juvenile Answer to Question # 29: Sally Sue is 15 and stopped attending school. Which of

the following correctly describes Sally Sue? A. B. C. D. Absconded Felon Juvenile Delinquent Adult Delinquent Truant Juvenile Question # 30:

What is true about the 7 Deadly Sins in Georgia? A. The sins only apply to juveniles aged 15 and older B. If charged with a sin, a juvenile 13 or older could be tried as an adult C. The sins are misdemeanor offenses D. Juveniles in Georgia never commit these crimes Answer to Question # 30: What is true about the 7 Deadly Sins in Georgia? A. The sins only apply to juveniles aged 15 and older

B. If charged with a sin, a juvenile 13 or older could be tried as an adult C. The sins are misdemeanor offenses D. Juveniles in Georgia never commit these crimes Answer to Question # 31: Which of the following rights are granted to juveniles AND adults facing criminal charges? I. The right to intake officer determination II. The right to a speedy trial III. The right to a lawyer IV. The right to question witnesses

V. The right to have a jury A. I, II and III B. II, III, IV and V C. II, III and IV D. I, IV and V Question # 31: Which of the following rights are granted to juveniles AND adults facing criminal charges? I. The right to intake officer determination II. The right to a speedy trial III. The right to a lawyer

IV. The right to question witnesses V. The right to have a jury A. I, II and III B. II, III, IV and V C. II, III and IV D. I, IV and V Question # 32: Which is NOT the intent of the juvenile justice system? A. To protect the wellbeing of children B. To care for children that come under the care of

the courts C. To provide for a child that has been removed from their home D. To apply the harshest punishment possible for the crime Answer to Question # 32: Which is NOT the intent of the juvenile justice system? A. To protect the wellbeing of children B. To care for children that come under the care of the courts

C. To provide for a child that has been removed from their home D. To apply the harshest punishment possible for the crime Question # 33: Which of the following would NOT result in a person being classified as an unruly juvenile? A. B. C. D.

Running away from home Not following parental instructions Theft of a vehicle Failure to attend school Answer to Question # 33: Which of the following would NOT result in a person being classified as an unruly juvenile? A. B. C.

D. Running away from home Not following parental instructions Theft of a vehicle Failure to attend school Question # 34: A juvenile is taken into custody and accused of stealing jewelry from a department store. Which statement about the rights of the juvenile as the case moves to trial is NOT correct?

A. The juvenile has the right to testify on his or her own behalf. B. The juvenile has the right to be represented by an attorney. C. The juvenile has the right to appeal if found guilty. D. The juvenile has the right to a trial by jury. Answer to Question # 34: A juvenile is taken into custody and accused of stealing jewelry from a department store. Which statement about the rights of the juvenile as the case moves to trial is NOT correct?

A. The juvenile has the right to testify on his or her own behalf. B. The juvenile has the right to be represented by an attorney. C. The juvenile has the right to appeal if found guilty. D. The juvenile has the right to a trial by jury. Question # 35: In which of the following situations is a judge MOST LIKELY to hold an informal adjustment, rather than a formal hearing, for a juvenile accused of a crime? A.

B. C. D. if the crime was violent in nature if the juvenile is a repeat offender if the juvenile is a first-time offender if the crime was a misdemeanor offense Answer to Question # 35: In which of the following situations is a judge MOST LIKELY to hold an informal adjustment, rather than a

formal hearing, for a juvenile accused of a crime? A. B. C. D. if the crime was violent in nature if the juvenile is a repeat offender if the juvenile is a first-time offender if the crime was a misdemeanor offense Question # 36:

All of the following would be considered unruly behavior, as opposed to delinquent behavior, if committed by a juvenile in the state of Georgia EXCEPT A. B. C. D. battery. truancy. violation of curfew.

possession of tobacco. Answer to Question # 36: All of the following would be considered unruly behavior, as opposed to delinquent behavior, if committed by a juvenile in the state of Georgia EXCEPT A. B. C. D.

battery. truancy. violation of curfew. possession of tobacco. Question # 37: In a Georgia criminal case, a bench trial is a proceeding without A. B. C. D.

jurors. evidence. defendant pleas. witness testimony. Answer to Question # 37: In a Georgia criminal case, a bench trial is a proceeding without A. B. C.

D. jurors. evidence. defendant pleas. witness testimony. Question # 38: There are certain steps that are taken when a juvenile is taken into custody. Which of the following places those steps in the correct chronological order? A.

B. C. D. intake, formal hearing, sentencing, detention formal hearing, sentencing, intake, detention intake, detention, formal hearing, sentencing formal hearing, intake, detention, sentencing Answer to Question # 38: There are certain steps that are taken when a juvenile is taken into custody. Which of the following places

those steps in the correct chronological order? A. B. C. D. intake, formal hearing, sentencing, detention formal hearing, sentencing, intake, detention intake, detention, formal hearing, sentencing formal hearing, intake, detention, sentencing Question # 39:

In which of the following cases would the Georgia juvenile court have jurisdiction? A. a 19-year-old accused of having committed a misdemeanor offense B. a 14-year-old accused of having committed a capital offense C. a 12-year-old accused of having committed a capital offense D. a 21-year-old accused of having committed a misdemeanor offense Answer to Question # 39:

In which of the following cases would the Georgia juvenile court have jurisdiction? A. a 19-year-old accused of having committed a misdemeanor offense B. a 14-year-old accused of having committed a capital offense C. a 12-year-old accused of having committed a capital offense D. a 21-year-old accused of having committed a misdemeanor offense Question # 40:

In the state of Georgia, how does the selection of juvenile court judges differ from the selection of judges for other state courts? A. Judges are appointed to juvenile courts by members of a superior court. B. Judges are appointed to juvenile courts by the governor of the state. C. Judges are elected to juvenile courts by a vote of the Georgia State Senate. D. Judges are elected to juvenile courts through a statewide vote.

Answer to Question # 40: In the state of Georgia, how does the selection of juvenile court judges differ from the selection of judges for other state courts? A. Judges are appointed to juvenile courts by members of a superior court. B. Judges are appointed to juvenile courts by the governor of the state. C. Judges are elected to juvenile courts by a vote of the Georgia State Senate. D. Judges are elected to juvenile courts through a statewide vote.

Question # 41: After a juvenile has been detained, a probable cause hearing is held within 72 hours. During this time, the judge has three options as to how to proceed. Which of the following is NOT one of those options? A. hold a formal hearing B. transfer the case to a superior court to try the juvenile as an adult C. have an informal adjustment D. dismiss the case and the charges against the accused

Answer to Question # 41: After a juvenile has been detained, a probable cause hearing is held within 72 hours. During this time, the judge has three options as to how to proceed. Which of the following is NOT one of those options? A. hold a formal hearing B. transfer the case to a superior court to try the juvenile as an adult C. have an informal adjustment D. dismiss the case and the charges against the accused

Question # 42: One key difference between a criminal case and civil case in the legal system is that, in criminal cases, the defendant A. B. C. D. may testify on his or her own behalf. benefits from a stricter burden of proof.

benefits from the jury selection process. may have to compensate his or her victims. Answer to Question # 42: One key difference between a criminal case and civil case in the legal system is that, in criminal cases, the defendant A. B. C. D.

may testify on his or her own behalf. benefits from a stricter burden of proof. benefits from the jury selection process. may have to compensate his or her victims. Question # 43: If an adult commits a crime, the case will be heard in A. B. C. D.

Civil Court. Juvenile Court. Superior Court. Appellate Court. Answer to Question # 43: If an adult commits a crime, the case will be heard in A. B. C.

D. Civil Court. Juvenile Court. Superior Court. Appellate Court. Question # 44: Judys dog keeps pooping in her neighbors yard. The neighbor has decided that the poo is killing her grass and sues Judy. This case will be heard in... A.

B. C. D. Appellate Court. Superior Court. Magistrate Court. Probate Court. Answer to Question # 44: Judys dog keeps pooping in her neighbors yard. The neighbor has decided that the poo is killing her grass

and sues Judy. This case will be heard in... A. B. C. D. Appellate Court. Superior Court. Magistrate Court. Probate Court. Question # 45:

What differentiates a civil case from a criminal case? A. In the civil case, the punishment will only involve repayment of damages B. In all criminal cases, there will always be an appeal C. In a civil case, no law was broken. In a criminal case, a law was broken. D. The categorization of the case depends on the amount of damage, particularly a dollar amount of damage Answer to Question # 45: What differentiates a civil case from a criminal case?

A. In the civil case, the punishment will only involve repayment of damages B. In all criminal cases, there will always be an appeal C. In a civil case, no law was broken. In a criminal case, a law was broken. D. The categorization of the case depends on the amount of damage, particularly a dollar amount of damage Question # 46: What was Tom Watsons greatest accomplishment?

a. a voting bill for women b. the Rural Free Delivery bill c. a bill to provide meat inspections d. a bill to increase the minimum wage Answer to Question # 46: What was Tom Watsons greatest accomplishment? a. a voting bill for women b. the Rural Free Delivery bill c. a bill to provide meat inspections d. a bill to increase the minimum wage

Question # 47: What was the main purpose of the International Cotton Exposition that was held in Atlanta? a. It was to showcase the industries of the New South b. It was to get ideas from foreign countries c. It was to showcase the cotton gin d. It was to bring visitors to Atlanta Answer to Question # 47: What was the main purpose of the International Cotton Exposition that was held in Atlanta?

a. It was to showcase the industries of the New South b. It was to get ideas from foreign countries c. It was to showcase the cotton gin d. It was to bring visitors to Atlanta Question # 48: What three men are associated with the Bourbon Triumvirate? a. Joseph Brown, Alfred Colquitt and W.E.B. Dubois b. Alfred Colquitt, W.E.B. Dubois and William Felton c. Joseph Brown, John Gordon and William Felton

d. Joseph Brown, John Gordon and Alfred Colquitt Answer to Question # 48: What three men are associated with the Bourbon Triumvirate? a. Joseph Brown, Alfred Colquitt and W.E.B. Dubois b. Alfred Colquitt, W.E.B. Dubois and William Felton c. Joseph Brown, John Gordon and William Felton d. Joseph Brown, John Gordon and Alfred Colquitt Question # 49: Which of the following statements best characterizes

the actions of the Bourbon Triumvirate? a. They worked hard to ensure that Republicans maintained control in Georgia b. They did help the state make great improvements economically c. They helped with economic improvements, but largely ignored the needs of poor whites and blacks d. They worked hard to ensure equality for all citizens living in Georgia Answer to Question # 49: Which of the following statements best characterizes

the actions of the Bourbon Triumvirate? a. They worked hard to ensure that Republicans maintained control in Georgia b. They did help the state make great improvements economically c. They helped with economic improvements, but largely ignored the needs of poor whites and blacks d. They worked hard to ensure equality for all citizens living in Georgia Question # 50: Who is credited with developing the idea of a New

South? a. Henry Grady b. The Bourbon Triumvirate c. Booker T. Washington d. Alonzo Herndon Answer to Question # 50: Who is credited with developing the idea of a New South? a. Henry Grady b. The Bourbon Triumvirate c. Booker T. Washington

d. Alonzo Herndon Question # 51: Which statement best describes the most significant damage of the convict lease system in Georgia? a. There was no one to monitor companies compliance with regulations about prisoner care and well-being. b. Companies using cheap convict labor were tied to politically powerful people. c. The system allowed for continued oppression of the black population and was another means of maintaining white economic advantage.

d. Due to cheap labor from the convict lease system, fewer textile mills were built in Georgia. Answer to Question # 51: Which statement best describes the most significant damage of the convict lease system in Georgia? a. There was no one to monitor companies compliance with regulations about prisoner care and well-being. b. Companies using cheap convict labor were tied to politically powerful people. c. The system allowed for continued oppression of the black population and was another means of

maintaining white economic advantage. d. Due to cheap labor from the convict lease system, fewer textile mills were built in Georgia. Question # 52: Due to her reform activities, which group would NOT have supported Rebecca Latimer Felton? a. Supporters of the temperance movement to forbid the manufacture, sale, and use of alcohol b. Supporters of educational opportunities for all citizens of the state c. Supporters of the suffrage movement to gain voting

rights for women d. Supporters of the convict lease system to use leased labor for public works projects Answer to Question # 52: Due to her reform activities, which group would NOT have supported Rebecca Latimer Felton? a. Supporters of the temperance movement to forbid the manufacture, sale, and use of alcohol b. Supporters of educational opportunities for all citizens of the state c. Supporters of the suffrage movement to gain voting

rights for women d. Supporters of the convict lease system to use leased labor for public works projects Question # 53: Of the options below, which BEST reflects the meaning of the phrase New South? a. The South showed a new economic growth and prosperity after the Reconstruction and Redemption periods. b. The South began to change in the areas of business, industrialization, agriculture, race relations, and social change.

c. The South reflected new ways of thinking and made huge strides in social, cultural, economic, and political areas. d. The agricultural South was gone, and the state needed to develop new industries to compete with the North. Answer to Question # 53: Of the options below, which BEST reflects the meaning of the phrase New South? a. The South showed a new economic growth and prosperity after the Reconstruction and Redemption periods. b. The South began to change in the areas of business, industrialization, agriculture, race relations, and social

change. c. The South reflected new ways of thinking and made huge strides in social, cultural, economic, and political areas. d. The agricultural South was gone, and the state needed to develop new industries to compete with the North. Question # 54: Which reform movement worked to ban the production and use of alcoholic beverages? a. b. c.

d. Labor movement Suffrage movement Temperance movement Populist movement Answer to Question # 54: Which reform movement worked to ban the production and use of alcoholic beverages? a. b.

c. d. Labor movement Suffrage movement Temperance movement Populist movement Question # 55: What was NOT a goal for the Bourbon Triumvirate? a.

b. c. d. Georgia economic independence Equal rights Lower taxes Diversify Georgias economy Answer to Question # 55: What was NOT a goal for the Bourbon Triumvirate?

a. b. c. d. Georgia economic independence Equal rights Lower taxes Diversify Georgias economy Question # 56: The first section of the statute enacts that all railway companies

carrying passengers in their coaches in this State shall provide equal but separate accommodations for the white and colored races by providing two or more passenger coaches for each passenger train, or by dividing the passenger coaches by a partition so as to secure separate accommodations: Provided, That this section shall not be construed to apply to street railroads. No person or persons, shall be admitted to occupy seats in coaches other than the ones assigned to them on account of the race they belong to. This quote is associated with which of the following actions? a. The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution b. Plessy v Ferguson c. Brown v Board of Education

d. The activities of the Bourbon Triumvirate Answer to Question # 56: The first section of the statute enacts that all railway companies carrying passengers in their coaches in this State shall provide equal but separate accommodations for the white and colored races by providing two or more passenger coaches for each passenger train, or by dividing the passenger coaches by a partition so as to secure separate accommodations: Provided, That this section shall not be construed to apply to street railroads. No person or persons, shall be admitted to occupy seats in coaches other than the ones assigned to them on account of the race they belong to. This quote is associated

with which of the following actions? a. The Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution b. Plessy v Ferguson c. Brown v Board of Education d. The activities of the Bourbon Triumvirate Question # 57: Based on the precedent decision made in Plessy v. Ferguson, which policy was implemented throughout the South after Reconstruction ? a. b.

c. d. Poll tax laws. Jim Crow laws. Discrimination laws. Black Codes. Answer to Question # 57: Based on the precedent decision made in Plessy v. Ferguson, which policy was implemented throughout the South after Reconstruction ?

a. b. c. d. Poll tax laws. Jim Crow laws. Discrimination laws. Black Codes. Question # 58: The voting rights of African Americans in Georgia in

the early 1900s were NOT restricted by a. b. c. d. Gerrymandering. Grandfather clauses. Poll taxes. Eligibility clauses. Answer to Question # 58:

The voting rights of African Americans in Georgia in the early 1900s were NOT restricted by a. b. c. d. Gerrymandering. Grandfather clauses. Poll taxes. Eligibility clauses.

Question # 59: In 1908, what law stated that men were eligible to vote only if previous generations were allowed to vote? a. b. c. d. Poll tax Poll test Grandfather clause

Voter eligibility clause Answer to Question # 59: In 1908, what law stated that men were eligible to vote only if previous generations were allowed to vote? a. b. c. d. Poll tax

Poll test Grandfather clause Voter eligibility clause Question # 60: Who was the president of Tuskegee institute and believed that economic independence was the way to social and political equality? a. W.E. B. DuBois b. Alonzo Herndon c. John and Lugenia Burns Hope d. Booker T. Washington

Answer to Question # 60: Who was the president of Tuskegee institute and believed that economic independence was the way to social and political equality? a. W.E. B. DuBois b. Alonzo Herndon c. John and Lugenia Burns Hope d. Booker T. Washington Question # 61: Who developed the concept of the Talented Tenth

and believed that equality was deserved and should be given immediately? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois Alonzo Herndon John and Lugenia Burns Hope Booker T. Washington

Answer to Question # 61: Who developed the concept of the Talented Tenth and believed that equality was deserved and should be given immediately? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois Alonzo Herndon John and Lugenia Burns Hope

Booker T. Washington Question # 62: Who is known for their work at the YMCA? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois Alonzo Herndon John and Lugenia Burns Hope

Booker T. Washington Answer to Question # 62: Who is known for their work at the YMCA? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois Alonzo Herndon John and Lugenia Burns Hope

Booker T. Washington Question # 63: Who owned the Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company, becoming one of the richest black men in the nation? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois Alonzo Herndon

John and Lugenia Burns Hope Booker T. Washington Answer to Question # 63: Who owned the Atlanta Mutual Insurance Company, becoming one of the richest black men in the nation? a. b. c. d. W.E. B. DuBois

Alonzo Herndon John and Lugenia Burns Hope Booker T. Washington Question # 64: Despite Rebecca Latimer Felton's actions, the Georgia legislature a. enacted a series of Jim Crow laws. b. supported segregation in education. c. voted against ratifying the Nineteenth Amendment. d. forbade women from serving in state or local

government. Answer to Question # 64: Despite Rebecca Latimer Felton's actions, the Georgia legislature a. enacted a series of Jim Crow laws. b. supported segregation in education. c. voted against ratifying the Nineteenth Amendment. d. forbade women from serving in state or local government.

Question # 65: Despite the ratification of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments, many southern states kept African Americans from exercising their right to vote during the "Jim Crow Era." Why were they able to do this? a. Southern states passed laws that superseded federal laws. b. African Americans did not try to vote because they did not believe their votes would count. c. The federal government did not adequately enforce the amendments. d. The southern states did not ratify the amendments so

they did not have to follow them. Answer to Question # 65: Despite the ratification of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments, many southern states kept African Americans from exercising their right to vote during the "Jim Crow Era." Why were they able to do this? a. Southern states passed laws that superseded federal laws. b. African Americans did not try to vote because they did not believe their votes would count. c. The federal government did not adequately enforce

the amendments. d. The southern states did not ratify the amendments so they did not have to follow them. Question # 66: Why was the Neighborhood Union, established by Lugenia Burns Hope in Atlanta, important to the city's African American community? a. The organization coordinated protests that called attention to racial injustice and police brutality. b. The organization founded technical schools to provide young African Americans with the skills necessary to find employment.

c. The organization worked with white politicians to pass legislation that improved working conditions for the city's poor. d. The organization fought to improve conditions in African American schools and developed programs to educate people on health issues. Answer to Question # 66: Why was the Neighborhood Union, established by Lugenia Burns Hope in Atlanta, important to the city's African American community? a. The organization coordinated protests that called attention to racial injustice and police brutality.

b. The organization founded technical schools to provide young African Americans with the skills necessary to find employment. c. The organization worked with white politicians to pass legislation that improved working conditions for the city's poor. d. The organization fought to improve conditions in African American schools and developed programs to educate people on health issues. Question # 67: Which of the following BEST supports the claim that the International Cotton Exposition of 1881 was an important success for Georgia?

a. It established new markets abroad for textiles. b. It spread the plantation system to other regions. c. It encouraged small-scale agricultural operations. d. It attracted significant industrial resources from the north. Answer to Question # 67: Which of the following BEST supports the claim that the International Cotton Exposition of 1881 was an important success for Georgia? a. It established new markets abroad for textiles. b. It spread the plantation system to other regions.

c. It encouraged small-scale agricultural operations. d. It attracted significant industrial resources from the north. Question # 68: How did Alonzo Herndon seek to improve the lives of African Americans in Atlanta? a. by providing employment opportunities for college-educated members of the community b. by working to improve living conditions in the city's poorest segregated neighborhoods c. by funding health education campaigns to improve

the well-being of the city's residents d. by organizing sit-ins and boycotts of Atlanta businesses that refused to serve African Americans Answer to Question # 68: How did Alonzo Herndon seek to improve the lives of African Americans in Atlanta? a. by providing employment opportunities for college-educated members of the community b. by working to improve living conditions in the city's poorest segregated neighborhoods c. by funding health education campaigns to improve

the well-being of the city's residents d. by organizing sit-ins and boycotts of Atlanta businesses that refused to serve African Americans Question # 69: Which of the following was a basis for criticism of the county unit system? a. It allowed Georgia politicians to avoid prosecution for corrupt actions. b. It discouraged incumbent Georgian politicians from seeking reelection. c. It prevented Georgia politicians from raising

money for political campaigns. d. It enabled Georgia politicians to win party nominations while losing popular votes. Answer to Question # 69: Which of the following was a basis for criticism of the county unit system? a. It allowed Georgia politicians to avoid prosecution for corrupt actions. b. It discouraged incumbent Georgian politicians from seeking reelection. c. It prevented Georgia politicians from raising

money for political campaigns. d. It enabled Georgia politicians to win party nominations while losing popular votes. Question # 70: Which of the following did W. E. B. Du Bois consider MOST important in the struggle for civil rights for African Americans? a. b. c. d.

greater political representation improved economic opportunities reliable police protection of minorities increased access to higher education Answer to Question # 70: Which of the following did W. E. B. Du Bois consider MOST important in the struggle for civil rights for African Americans? a. b.

c. d. greater political representation improved economic opportunities reliable police protection of minorities increased access to higher education Question # 71: Regarding the Leo Frank case, all of the following are true EXCEPT: a. Mr. Frank was originally given life in prison as

punishment. b. The KKK took responsibility for killing Mr. Frank c. The Governor of Georgia changed the punishment assigned by the court. d. Mr. Frank was taken from prison and lynched. Answer to Question # 71: Regarding the Leo Frank case, all of the following are true EXCEPT: a. Mr. Frank was originally given life in prison as punishment. b. The KKK took responsibility for killing Mr. Frank

c. The Governor of Georgia changed the punishment assigned by the court. d. Mr. Frank was taken from prison and lynched. Question # 72: Which of the following was a significant consequence for Georgia of the Leo Frank case? a. b. c. d.

the decline of Jewish communities the growth of support for segregation the resurgence of the Republican Party the further deterioration of race relations Answer to Question # 72: Which of the following was a significant consequence for Georgia of the Leo Frank case? a. b. c. d.

the decline of Jewish communities the growth of support for segregation the resurgence of the Republican Party the further deterioration of race relations Question # 73: Which of the following BEST describes Alonzo Herndon? a. entrepreneur, innovator, and minister b. entrepreneur, politician, and economist c. entrepreneur, community leader, and business

leader d. entrepreneur, college professor, and civil rights activist Answer to Question # 73: Which of the following BEST describes Alonzo Herndon? a. entrepreneur, innovator, and minister b. entrepreneur, politician, and economist c. entrepreneur, community leader, and business leader d. entrepreneur, college professor, and civil rights

activist Question # 74: Which of the following was NOT a purpose of Jim Crow laws? a. to segregate African Americans and white people b. to help African Americans achieve economic independence c. to deny economic opportunities to African Americans d. to maintain white control of the government and politics

Answer to Question # 74: Which of the following was NOT a purpose of Jim Crow laws? a. to segregate African Americans and white people b. to help African Americans achieve economic independence c. to deny economic opportunities to African Americans d. to maintain white control of the government and politics

Question # 75: In the late nineteenth century, many areas of the South enacted Jim Crow laws. What was one purpose of these laws? a. b. c. d. to create the Ku Klux Klan to ban Republicans from office to racially integrate public schools

to racially segregate public facilities Answer to Question # 75: In the late nineteenth century, many areas of the South enacted Jim Crow laws. What was one purpose of these laws? a. b. c. d. to create the Ku Klux Klan

to ban Republicans from office to racially integrate public schools to racially segregate public facilities Question # 76: Booker T. Washington was a speaker, writer, and educator BEST known for a. establishing the United Negro College Fund. b. founding the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. c. performing agricultural research at the Tuskegee Institute.

d. founding Spelman College, the first black college for women. Answer to Question # 76: Booker T. Washington was a speaker, writer, and educator BEST known for a. establishing the United Negro College Fund. b. founding the Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute. c. performing agricultural research at the Tuskegee Institute. d. founding Spelman College, the first black college

for women. Question # 77: As a Congressional Representative from Georgia, Tom Watson supported reforms that MOST benefited which group? a. b. c. d. civil servants

agrarian workers textile mill workers large plantation owners Answer to Question # 77: As a Congressional Representative from Georgia, Tom Watson supported reforms that MOST benefited which group? a. b. c. d.

civil servants agrarian workers textile mill workers large plantation owners Question # 78: What was Alonzo Herndon's MAIN goal when he founded the Atlanta Mutual Insurance Association in 1905? a. to become as powerful and wealthy as possible b. to gain wealth and help other African Americans

c. to end job discrimination against African Americans d. to create the largest insurance company in the South Answer to Question # 78: What was Alonzo Herndon's MAIN goal when he founded the Atlanta Mutual Insurance Association in 1905? a. to become as powerful and wealthy as possible b. to gain wealth and help other African Americans c. to end job discrimination against African

Americans d. to create the largest insurance company in the South Question # 79: What role did Mexico play in the United States' decision to enter World War I? a. A Mexican submarine sank a US trade ship in the Gulf. b. Mexican spies sold US military secrets to AustriaHungary. c. Mexico allowed German submarines to dock in Mexican ports.

d. Germany tried to persuade Mexico to invade the United States. Answer to Question # 79: What role did Mexico play in the United States' decision to enter World War I? a. A Mexican submarine sank a US trade ship in the Gulf. b. Mexican spies sold US military secrets to AustriaHungary. c. Mexico allowed German submarines to dock in Mexican ports. d. Germany tried to persuade Mexico to invade the

United States. Question # 80: Because of high tariffs after WWI, other countries could not... a. b. c. d. Make lots of money off the Americans Make more goods to sell to other countries

Pay off war debts to the U.S. Pay off stocks in the U.S. stock market Answer to Question # 80: Because of high tariffs after WWI, other countries could not... a. b. c. d. Make lots of money off the Americans

Make more goods to sell to other countries Pay off war debts to the U.S. Pay off stocks in the U.S. stock market Question # 81: Which term describes the belief that economic problems can work themselves out in the marketplace without government help or controls? a. b. c. d.

Free enterprise system Capitalism Laissez-faire Government support program Answer to Question # 81: Which term describes the belief that economic problems can work themselves out in the marketplace without government help or controls? a. b.

c. d. Free enterprise system Capitalism Laissez-faire Government support program Question # 82: Which of the following did NOT contribute to the Great Depression? a.

b. c. d. the dependence on foreign goods and services a lack of government action a significant reduction in consumer spending the overproduction of agricultural goods Answer to Question # 82: Which of the following did NOT contribute to the Great Depression?

a. b. c. d. the dependence on foreign goods and services a lack of government action a significant reduction in consumer spending the overproduction of agricultural goods Question # 83: Which of the following BEST describes the cause of overproduction?

a. The United States produced so many goods, European farmers and manufacturers could not keep up, even after the World War ended. b. US economic policy during WWI led to agricultural surplus. When agricultural prices fell, farmers continued to produce at wartime levels. c. After World War I, the Europeans produced quality goods for export. United States consumers wanted to buy the better made European goods. U.S. farmers and manufacturers reduced their production in order to avoid overproduction. d. Of all the causes of the Great Depression, overproduction really mattered the least. The world population was steadily growing, so it was a good thing that Europe and the U.S. were able to make so much stuff.

Answer to Question # 83: Which of the following BEST describes the cause of overproduction? a. The United States produced so many goods, European farmers and manufacturers could not keep up, even after the World War ended. b. US economic policy during WWI led to agricultural surplus. When agricultural prices fell, farmers continued to produce at wartime levels. c. After World War I, the Europeans produced quality goods for export. United States consumers wanted to buy the better made European goods. U.S. farmers and manufacturers reduced their production in order to avoid overproduction.

d. Of all the causes of the Great Depression, overproduction really mattered the least. The world population was steadily growing, so it was a good thing that Europe and the U.S. were able to make so much stuff. Question # 84: Which of the following was NOT a goal of New Deal programs? a. b. c. d.

Relieve the suffering of citizens Restrict international trade Recover sectors of the economy Reform the government Answer to Question # 84: Which of the following was NOT a goal of New Deal programs? a. b. c.

d. Relieve the suffering of citizens Restrict international trade Recover sectors of the economy Reform the government Question # 85: Using the image , which of the following would NOT apply? a. Young men were given employment and encouraged to

send most of their monthly pay back home to support their families. b. Men in the CCC were taught valuable work skills to use after the Great Depression. c. Men were trained in military tactics and prepared to serve in World War II. d. Young men in the CCC were engaged in a wide variety of work

Answer to Question # 85: Using the image , which of the following would NOT apply? a. Young men were given employment and encouraged to send most of their monthly pay back home to support their families. b. Men in the CCC were taught valuable work skills to use after the Great Depression. c. Men were trained in military

tactics and prepared to serve in World War II. d. Young men in the CCC were engaged in a wide variety of work Question # 86: What New Deal program supposedly resulted from President Roosevelts view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in the evening? a. b. c.

d. CCC REA WPA AAA Answer to Question # 86: What New Deal program supposedly resulted from President Roosevelts view of rural Georgia while sitting on his porch in the evening? a.

b. c. d. CCC REA WPA AAA Question # 87: The Agricultural Adjustment Act helped which of the following group of people in Georgia?

a. b. c. d. Farmers Property Owners Sharecroppers Tenant Farmers Answer to Question # 87: The Agricultural Adjustment Act helped which of the

following group of people in Georgia? a. b. c. d. Farmers Property Owners Sharecroppers Tenant Farmers Question # 88:

Why was the Social Security Act passed in 1935? a. To provide financial stability in old age b. To ensure that unemployed workers were paid during the Great Depression c. It was passed to allow workers to retire at a young age d. The act made sure that people could pay their electric bills Answer to Question # 88: Why was the Social Security Act passed in 1935? a. To provide financial stability in old age

b. To ensure that unemployed workers were paid during the Great Depression c. It was passed to allow workers to retire at a young age d. The act made sure that people could pay their electric bills Question # 89: Examine the cartoon below carefully. Based on what you see, which of the following BEST

describes what the artist was trying to portray? a. The American people are rejoicing at the beginning of the New Deal programs b. Some Americans are concerned about the impact of the New Deal on the government c. The artist fears that Washington D.C. would come under attack by US citizens. d. The artist is hoping people will

support the New Deal programs by demonstrating the impact of the various proposals Question # 89: Examine the cartoon below carefully. Based on what you see, which of the following BEST describes what the artist was trying to portray? a. The American people are

rejoicing at the beginning of the New Deal programs b. Some Americans are concerned about the impact of the New Deal on the government c. The artist fears that Washington D.C. would come under attack by US citizens. d. The artist is hoping people will support the New Deal programs by demonstrating the impact of the various proposals

Question # 90: Why did rural African American farmers in Georgia not reap benefits from the AAA? a. Most African Americans were not property owners. b. African Americans could not apply for New Deal programs in Georgia. c. Most African Americans in Georgia at that time were not in agriculture. d. Most African Americans did not support the New Deal and wanted no part of its programs.

Answer to Question # 90: Why did rural African American farmers in Georgia not reap benefits from the AAA? a. Most African Americans were not property owners. b. African Americans could not apply for New Deal programs in Georgia. c. Most African Americans in Georgia at that time were not in agriculture. d. Most African Americans did not support the New Deal and wanted no part of its programs.

Question # 91: Which of the following statements about the boll weevil's impact on Georgia is NOT true? a. The boll weevil helped to improve agriculture in Georgia by motivating farmers to diversify their crops. b. Agriculture was the only industry in Georgia affected by the invasion of the boll weevil and the droughts of the 1920s. c. The boll weevil was so harmful to Georgia farmers because it attacked cotton plants, which produced the main crop in Georgia. d. Georgia's economy was performing poorly before the Great

Depression due to the boll weevil, droughts, and low agricultural prices. Answer to Question # 91: Which of the following statements about the boll weevil's impact on Georgia is NOT true? a. The boll weevil helped to improve agriculture in Georgia by motivating farmers to diversify their crops. b. Agriculture was the only industry in Georgia affected by the invasion of the boll weevil and the droughts of the 1920s. c. The boll weevil was so harmful to Georgia farmers because it attacked cotton plants, which produced the main crop in

Georgia. d. Georgia's economy was performing poorly before the Great Depression due to the boll weevil, droughts, and low agricultural prices. Question # 92: What was the MAIN goal of the Agricultural Adjustment Act? a. to lower farm prices so people could afford to buy food b. to raise farm prices by paying farmers to grow less food

c. to pay young men to grow crops on government owned farms d. to provide loans to farmers so they could buy modern equipment Answer to Question # 92: What was the MAIN goal of the Agricultural Adjustment Act? a. to lower farm prices so people could afford to buy food b. to raise farm prices by paying farmers to grow less food

c. to pay young men to grow crops on government owned farms d. to provide loans to farmers so they could buy modern equipment Question # 93: Which New Deal program would have been responsible for the construction of state parks in Georgia? a. b. c.

d. Civilian Conservation Corps Public Works Administration Rural Electrification Authority Works Progress Administration Answer to Question # 93: Which New Deal program would have been responsible for the construction of state parks in Georgia? a.

b. c. d. Civilian Conservation Corps Public Works Administration Rural Electrification Authority Works Progress Administration Question # 94: Which New Deal program was responsible for the construction of the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium and

Macon airport? a. b. c. d. the Civilian Conservation Corps the Public Works Administration the Rural Electrification Authority the Works Progress Administration Answer to Question # 94:

Which New Deal program was responsible for the construction of the Atlanta Municipal Auditorium and Macon airport? a. b. c. d. the Civilian Conservation Corps the Public Works Administration the Rural Electrification Authority the Works Progress Administration

Question # 95: What is NOT a way that bank failures in the early 1930s contributed to the Great Depression? a. Many bank customers lost all or part of their savings. b. Businesses and individuals were unable to secure loans. c. Economic uncertainty caused people to resist making new investments. d. The government went into debt bailing out banks that were too big to fail.

Answer to Question # 95: What is NOT a way that bank failures in the early 1930s contributed to the Great Depression? a. Many bank customers lost all or part of their savings. b. Businesses and individuals were unable to secure loans. c. Economic uncertainty caused people to resist making new investments. d. The government went into debt bailing out banks that were too big to fail.

Question # 96: The Social Security Act created a. b. c. d. a minimum wage. a national income tax. unemployment insurance. affordable housing for poor people

Answer to Question # 96: The Social Security Act created a. b. c. d. a minimum wage. a national income tax. unemployment insurance. affordable housing for poor people

Question # 97: Which statement BEST describes the involvement of the United States in World War II before the bombing of Pearl Harbor? a. The United States provided lend-lease aid to Great Britain. b. The United States maintained strict neutrality with no favoritism. c. The United States provided advisory troops to aid Great Britain. d. The United States secretly sank German

submarines. Answer to Question # 97: Which statement BEST describes the involvement of the United States in World War II before the bombing of Pearl Harbor? a. The United States provided lend-lease aid to Great Britain. b. The United States maintained strict neutrality with no favoritism. c. The United States provided advisory troops to aid Great Britain.

d. The United States secretly sank German submarines. Question # 98: Based on the cartoon, which statement is most accurate? a. Uncle Sam is loading dynamite and preparing for war b. Factories in the United

States are gearing up for war c. Hitler is threatening the U.S. if they choose to support the Allies d. Germany is daring the U.S. to enter the war Question # 98: Based on the cartoon, which statement is most

accurate? a. Uncle Sam is loading dynamite and preparing for war b. Factories in the United States are gearing up for war c. Hitler is threatening the U.S. if they choose to support the Allies d. Germany is daring the U.S. to enter the war

Question # 99: What event caused the United States to enter into WWII? a. b. c. d. The attack on the Lusitania The attack on Pearl Harbor The Zimmerman Telegram

The Lend Lease Act Answer to Question # 99: What event caused the United States to enter into WWII? a. b. c. d. The attack on the Lusitania The attack on Pearl Harbor

The Zimmerman Telegram The Lend Lease Act Question # 100: During World War II, Georgia's success in building ships for the war effort was due in part to the efforts of Carl Vinson because a. he held job fairs in the South to find workers for the shipyards. b. he approved government funding to build housing for shipyard workers. c. he persuaded Congress to pass a bill that made it

easier to build ships quickly. d. he convinced a shipbuilding company to open plants in Savannah and Brunswick. Answer to Question # 100: During World War II, Georgia's success in building ships for the war effort was due in part to the efforts of Carl Vinson because a. he held job fairs in the South to find workers for the shipyards. b. he approved government funding to build housing for shipyard workers.

c. he persuaded Congress to pass a bill that made it easier to build ships quickly. d. he convinced a shipbuilding company to open plants in Savannah and Brunswick. Question # 101: Which of the following is NOT true about the Japaneses reasons for attacking Pearl Harbor? a. Japan had economic concerns about US influence in Pacific. b. Japan threatened by US efforts to isolate Japan in the Pacific.

c. Japan believed US was close to developing the atomic bomb. d. Japan viewed US aircraft carriers as a threat to Japanese expansion. Answer to Question # 101: Which of the following is NOT true about the Japaneses reasons for attacking Pearl Harbor? a. Japan had economic concerns about US influence in Pacific. b. Japan threatened by US efforts to isolate Japan in the Pacific.

c. Japan believed US was close to developing the atomic bomb. d. Japan viewed US aircraft carriers as a threat to Japanese expansion. Question # 102: Some economic boosts for Georgias economy during World War II included all of the following except: a. 30,000 men and women were employed by the Bell Bomber plant to produce B-29 bombers b. Thousands of Georgians were employed in industries that had been converted to make military

vehicles and uniforms c. Georgians began building new railroads to transport supplies to the north d. Farm production increased due to the need for food for our soldiers Answer to Question # 102: Some economic boosts for Georgias economy during World War II included all of the following except: a. 30,000 men and women were employed by the Bell Bomber plant to produce B-29 bombers b. Thousands of Georgians were employed in

industries that had been converted to make military vehicles and uniforms c. Georgians began building new railroads to transport supplies to the north d. Farm production increased due to the need for food for our soldiers Question # 103: Which of the following was NOT associated with the company Bell Aircraft? a. b.

c. d. Built B-29 bombers Built ships called aircraft carriers Employed 30,000 Georgians Still employing Georgians today Answer to Question # 103: Which of the following was NOT associated with the company Bell Aircraft? a.

b. c. d. Built B-29 bombers Built ships called aircraft carriers Employed 30,000 Georgians Still employing Georgians today Question # 104: How did military bases help GA during WWII? a.

b. c. d. Military enlistments Morale builder Economic boom Provide protection Answer to Question # 104: How did military bases help GA during WWII? a.

b. c. d. Military enlistments Morale builder Economic boom Provide protection Question # 105: During World War II, Liberty ships were constructed in Georgia at...

a. b. c. d. Columbus and Albany Darien and St. Marys Brunswick and Savannah Augusta and Savannah Answer to Question # 105: During World War II, Liberty ships were constructed in

Georgia at... a. b. c. d. Columbus and Albany Darien and St. Marys Brunswick and Savannah Augusta and Savannah Question # 106:

Which statement about President Franklin D. Roosevelt's relationship with Warm Springs, Georgia, is NOT correct? a. b. c. d. Roosevelt died in Warm Springs in 1945. Roosevelt was born in Warm Springs in 1882. Roosevelt helped name the town of Warm Springs. Roosevelt lived in the Little White House in Warm

Springs. Answer to Question # 106: Which statement about President Franklin D. Roosevelt's relationship with Warm Springs, Georgia, is NOT correct? a. b. c. d. Roosevelt died in Warm Springs in 1945.

Roosevelt was born in Warm Springs in 1882. Roosevelt helped name the town of Warm Springs. Roosevelt lived in the Little White House in Warm Springs. Question # 107: Which of the following is NOT associated with the attack on Pearl Harbor? a. b. c. d.

significant American casualties a declaration of war against Japan the capture of many US soldiers by Japanese forces the sinking of US warships, including the USS Arizona Answer to Question # 107: Which of the following is NOT associated with the attack on Pearl Harbor? a. significant American casualties b. a declaration of war against Japan

c. the capture of many US soldiers by Japanese forces d. the sinking of US warships, including the USS Arizona Question # 108: The Neutrality Acts were a series of laws that a. limited the number of US and German naval ships in international waters. b. banned the United States from selling weapons to any nation currently at war. c. action except when acting in self-defense.

d. allowed the United States to maintain its Open Door trade policy with nations currently at war. Answer to Question # 108: The Neutrality Acts were a series of laws that a. limited the number of US and German naval ships in international waters. b. banned the United States from selling weapons to any nation currently at war. c. action except when acting in self-defense. d. allowed the United States to maintain its Open Door trade policy with nations currently at war.

Question # 109: Which of the following is a negative impact of the military bases built in Georgia shortly before and during World War II? a. Many businesses had to close and workers lost their jobs. b. Newcomers forced Georgians to give up their traditions and culture. c. Some bases housed dangerous prisoners of war who escaped and committed crimes. d. Some people were forced to sell their homes to the

government to make room for the bases. Answer to Question # 109: Which of the following is a negative impact of the military bases built in Georgia shortly before and during World War II? a. Many businesses had to close and workers lost their jobs. b. Newcomers forced Georgians to give up their traditions and culture. c. Some bases housed dangerous prisoners of war who escaped and committed crimes.

d. Some people were forced to sell their homes to the government to make room for the bases. Question # 110: President Franklin D. Roosevelt maintained a residence in Warm Springs, Georgia, in part because the springs helped him in his battle against the effects of which disease? a. b. c. d.

cancer polio measles tuberculosis Answer to Question # 110: President Franklin D. Roosevelt maintained a residence in Warm Springs, Georgia, in part because the springs helped him in his battle against the effects of which disease? a.

b. c. d. cancer polio measles tuberculosis Question # 111: In the 1940s, a company conducted several polls to find out

the American people's opinions about entering the war in Europe. Which of the following dates is missing from this graph? a. June 15, 1941 b. December 1, 1941 c. December 15, 1941 d. June 1, 1942 Question # 111: In the 1940s, a company conducted several polls to find out the American people's opinions about entering the war in

Europe. Which of the following dates is missing from this graph? a. June 15, 1941 b. December 1, 1941 c. December 15, 1941 d. June 1, 1942 Question # 112: What caused the dramatic shift in the American public's opinion regarding military intervention overseas, as represented in the graph?

a. b. c. d. German U-boats attacked and sank a US civilian ship. The Germans attacked the United States on its own soil. The Japanese attacked the United States on its own soil. The Japanese navy attacked and sank a US civilian ship. Question # 112:

What caused the dramatic shift in the American public's opinion regarding military intervention overseas, as represented in the graph? a. b. c. d. German U-boats attacked and sank a US civilian ship. The Germans attacked the United States on its own soil. The Japanese attacked the United States on its own soil. The Japanese navy attacked and sank a US civilian ship.

Question # 113: Whose influence helped to bring significant military resources into Georgia? a. Henry Grady serving on the Appropriations Committee b. Franklin D. Roosevelt visiting Warm Springs, Georgia c. Richard B. Russell serving on the Armed Service Committee d. Carl Vinson building ships in Brunswick, Georgia

Answer to Question # 113: Whose influence helped to bring significant military resources into Georgia? a. Henry Grady serving on the Appropriations Committee b. Franklin D. Roosevelt visiting Warm Springs, Georgia c. Richard B. Russell serving on the Armed Service Committee d. Carl Vinson building ships in Brunswick, Georgia Question # 114:

This Georgia politician is known as the father of the Two Ocean Navy? a. b. c. d. Tom Watson Richard Russell Carl Vinson Eugene Talmadge

Answer to Question # 114: This Georgia politician is known as the father of the Two Ocean Navy? a. b. c. d. Tom Watson Richard Russell Carl Vinson Eugene Talmadge

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