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The best word to describe Lincoln’s (and later Johnson’s) plan for Reconstruction Lenient
Why did Republican governments in the South struggle after the Civil War? White southerns refuse to accept equal rights
What was the most important effect of the Emancipation Proclamation It gave a moral purpose for the war
What was the purpose of the Homestead Act? To get white families to settle in the west
What were three techniques of Andrew Carnegie to gain control of the steel industry? Buy out suppliers / competitors, under sailing competitors
Three reasons to come to America Land, Work, and Escape Problems
What did TR do after he read The Jungle? Meat inspection act
TR was very concerned with Conservation so he Reserved 200 Million achers
Three reasons for imperialism are Economic Markets, Military Strength, Perceived Superiority
Which war was ended by the Treaty of Paris of 1898? The Spanish-American War
U.S. businesses supported overseas expansion because They wanted to expand trade to Latin America to spread democracy
Why did the U.S. Senate reject the League of Nations? Thought it would bring us into another European conflict
Who rejected Wilson’s 14 point peace plan? Allied Leaders
The policy that kept the U.S. out of WWI for three years was called Neutrality (Isolationism)
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