Quiz Me! - All Eras: All Categories Test your knowledge about all the categories in all eras. 1 / 10 Following the overthrow of the monarch of the kingdom of Hawaii, this notable person was named President of the Provisional Government of the Republic of Hawaii. General John J. Pershing Henry Cabot Lodge, Sr. Sanford Dole John Dole 2 / 10 What was the purpose of the popular Fireside Chats? President Woodrow Wilson taking the opportunity to explain his Fourteen Points to the nation President Franklin Roosevelt addressing the nation to calm fears and explain his New Deal policies President Theodore Roosevelt meeting with other Progressive leaders to discuss important reforms President Lyndon Johnson using new technology to explain the benefits of his Great Society Programs 3 / 10 Which of the following is an example of a concurrent power? Power to tax Power to declare war Power to coin money Power to issue driver’s licenses 4 / 10 Delores Huerta saw the hunger and poverty associated with immigrant workers and their children. As a result she Worked to limit the power of collective bargaining rights Chaired the 1972 Republican National Convention Directed the national grape boycott Continued her work as a teacher 5 / 10 Richard Henry Lee introduced the “Lee Resolution” that led to the writing and adoption of what document? Declaration of Independence Stamp Act U.S. Constitution Articles of the Confederation 6 / 10 Which statement best describes the significance of the event above? The East Coast suffered the most damage in the devastating storm. The huge storm shifted weather patterns in the southeastern U.S. permanently. Oil production in the Gulf Coast increased as a result of the storm. Demographic change occurred as the storm displaced over one million people. 7 / 10 Buckley v. Valeo addressed the constitutionality of what political campaign issues? Campaign Integrity Campaign Advertising Campaign Locations Campaign contributions/expenditures 8 / 10 Which headline best explains the effects listed above? Economy Roars in the 1920s Western Settlement Opens Up Ford’s Assembly Line Changes National Economy Transcontinental Railroad Meets at Promontory Point 9 / 10 Which of the following phrases is NOT a part of the Fourth Amendment? “unreasonable searches and seizures” “no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause” “Without due process of law” “describing the place to be searched, and the person or things to be seized” 10 / 10 Which of the following is true about Cesar Chavez? He grew in an affluent family and did not experience the hardships of the Great Depression He led the resistance to the practice of boycotting of goods and products He fought against the unionization of workers He took responsibility for his family and became a farm worker at a young age Your score is Try another 10!