Question 1.1. Coney Island was a popular amusement destination in the 1920s with a number of parks. Historian Kathy Peiss suggested that the Steeplechase Park was constructed with what main theme in mind? (Points : 1)
Family fun Sexuality Upper-class excursions Horse racing
Question 2.2. In FDR’s second term, he faced his most severe challenge to his New Deal program from the U.S. Supreme Court. His primary strategy to overcome this was: (Points : 1)
a court-packing plan. appeal to the American people. support from Congress. World War II.
Question 3.3. There were many who were uncomfortable with the new morality, sexual promiscuity, and intellectual movements of the 1920s. Which of the following groups did NOT feel that society was becoming too fractured and fragmented? (Points : 1)
Nativists Catholic immigrants Ku Klux Klan Fundamentalists
Question 4.4. Which of the following does not describe D-Day? (Points : 1)
A joint US-British assault on German troops The final battle of WWII Led by General Dwight D. Eisenhower The largest amphibious assault ever attempted.
Question 5.5. Early in the morning on December 7, 1941, the Japanese air force was successful in approaching Pearl Harbor undetected. In addition to the attack on Hawaii, what other US territories were also attacked on that day? (Points : 1)
Puerto Rico Cuba Haiti The Philippines
Question 6.6. During the initial years of the Depression, what tariff made it more difficult for manufacturers in Europe to sell goods to the United States? (Points : 1)