His 105 quiz 3 | History homework help
- All of the following is true about the Social Gospel Movement, except
Protestant ministers began to respond to the problems of an industrialized society in the 1880s.
In their fight for social justice, ministers focused on ending poverty and prostitution.
Ministers like Washington Gladden and Walter Rauschenbusch became nationally recognized leaders of the Social Gospel.
The Social Gospel incorporated the beliefs of Social Darwinism.
The actions of ministers of the Social Gospel prompted middle-class citizens to fight for Progressive reform.
- Which of these would have been most apt to be a Progressive reformer?
A white male living on a rural farm
An owner of a bank in Manhattan
A woman working in a Philadelphia factory
A middle class woman working as a teacher in Chicago
A white male factory supervisor in New York City
- Hull House was founded by
Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
Ida B. Wells-Barnett.
- The Anti-Saloon League differed from the Women’s Christian Temperance Union in all of the following ways except
The Anti-Saloon League was far more political.
The Anti-Saloon League had mostly male members.
The Anti-Saloon League pushed for local, mandatory education programs on the evils of alcohol.
The Anti-Saloon League became the first modern, single-issue lobbying group in the U.S.
The Anti-Saloon league sought to pass laws on the state and local level.
- Which of these devices was not designed to expand democratic participation in American politics?
- All of the following were part of the treaty that ended the Spanish-American War except
Spain gave Cuba its independence.
The United States got Guam and Puerto Rico.
The U.S. gained Hawaii.
The U.S. gained the Philippines.
Spain got $20 million from the U.S.
- Which of these was not a reason for the onset of the Spanish-American War?
The explosion of the Maine
Spain’s supposed harsh treatment of the Cubans
An intercepted letter in which the Mexican ambassador described President McKinley in a very unflattering way
The Rough Riders wanted to make a name for themselves
Newspapers published graphic details of Spanish atrocities
- The Open Door policy
was the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy in Latin America at the end of the nineteenth century.
caused the Boxer Rebellion and led to the resignation of John Hay as secretary of state.
would allow all nations to trade with China on equal terms.
was designed to open Cuba, Latin America and the Philippines to U.S. trade and investment.
was proposed by the U.S. but rejected by the Chinese government.
- Alfred Thayer Mahan argued that the United States would never sustain itself as a world power without
a modern standing army.
a dedicated fund for defense.
competing on an equal basis with other world empires in trying to accumulate properties.
maintaining its position in the world as a republic that refused to colonize others.
a large modern navy and overseas supply bases.
- Individuals such as Josiah Strong believed that America had a moral duty to
care for the poor and the weak.
set up poor houses across the country.
militarily help protect small countries from exploitation.
take Christianity to those who had never heard of it.
redistribute America’s great wealth among all the people.