What was a potential market for us overproduction


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Question 1: What was a potential market for US overproduction?
a. K-Mart b. France c. Spain d. China

Question 2: Who wrote "The Souls of Black Folk"?
a. Deer b. Jones c. Smith d. Dubois

Question 3: Andrew Carnegie gained his wealth from?
a. railroads b. oil c. steel d. banks

Question 4: What was/were the main component(s) of the frontier?
a. mining b. farming c. cattle d. all of them

Question 5: This influential American author was a naval officer?
a. Mahan b. Nelson c. Popeye d. Smith

Question 6: The company that J.P. Morgan bought in America?
a. Yahoo b. Apple c. steel d. Amazon

Question 7: When did the racial issue known as "Red Summer" happen?
a. 1919 b. 1920 c. 1921 d. 1901

Question 8: John Rockefeller gained his wealth from?
a. railroads b. oil c. steel d. banks

Question 9: Whatwas the Sherman Anti-Trust Act used for?
a. voting b. business c. war d. prohibition

Question 10: When didwomen get the right to vote?
a. 1901 b. 1920 c. 1929 d. 1913

Question 11: When did the "Progressive Era" begin?
a. 1900 b. 1990 c. 1890 d. 1914

Question 12: How did Theodore Roosevelt first becomethe President?
a. elected b. money c. mom d. assassination

Question 13: When did Progressivesget a national income tax?
a. 1916 b. 1913 c. 1923 d. 1890

Question 14: When did World War I actually end?
a. 1915 b. 1919 c. 1918 d. 1945

Question 15: How many of Woodrow Wilson's "14 Peace Points" were used?
a. 0 b. 14 c. 1 d. 7

Question 16: The Chinese Exclusion Act was passed in?
a. 1900 b. 1950 c. 1925 d. 1882

Question 17: Which Harvard graduate and President won a Nobel Peace Prize?
a. Bush b. Clinton c. Roosevelt d. Carter

Question 18: The "Red Scare" happened when?
a. 1917 b. 1918 c. 1919 d. 1920

Question 19: When did Mamie Smith record "Crazy Blues"?
a. 1914 b. 1915 c. 1919 d. 1920

Question 20: World War I was started after an act by?
a. Trump b. Obama c. Bush d. Princep.

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