Quiz Me! - All Eras: People and Events Test your knowledge about the people and events in all eras. 1 / 10 Alexander Hamilton died as a result from a duel with this man. Marquis de Lafayette Aaron Burr James Madison Thomas Jefferson 2 / 10 The Tuskegee Airmen was a highly decorated group of World War II aviators. They Were treated as heroes both home and abroad Were a group of racially diverse U.S. military officers Were comprised of Navajo American Indians Faced systemic racism within the U.S. military 3 / 10 This French nobleman is said to be the most quoted political philosopher by the men at the Constitutional Convention. John Locke Thomas Hobbes Baron de Montesquieu Marquis de Lafayette 4 / 10 What happened as a result of the disagreement between President Truman and General MacArthur over the best course of action to take in Korea? General MacArthur refused the order to invade China.. President Truman’s approval ratings rose. General MacArthur lost credibility with the American people. President Truman fired General MacArthur. 5 / 10 Which respected U.S. government official was convicted of perjury and sentenced to prison? Joseph McCarthy Alger Hiss Julius Rosenberg George Marshall 6 / 10 The Baron de Montesquieu was a French political philosopher who argued for which concept that was debated at the Constitutional Convention? Republicanism Limited Government Separation of Powers of Government Popular Sovereignty 7 / 10 President Theodore Roosevelt read this fictional account about the meat-packing industry and ordered inspections of the industry. Congress then passed the Pure Food and Drugs Act and the Meat Inspection Act. The title of this novel is The Crisis The Jungle The Declaration of Sentiments Slaughterhouse-Five 8 / 10 Thurgood Marshall was denied entrance to law school by Maryland’s university school of law because of his race. Once a lawyer, he successfully challenged this policy in which civil rights case? Murray v. Pearson Brown v. Board of Education Dred Scott v. Sandford Plessy v. Ferguson 9 / 10 Prior to 1991, the Flying Tigers had not received U.S. military credit for their time fighting the Japanese in World War II. They had not received this credit because They flew for China, which was one of the Axis powers They were considered volunteers at the time of their service They were not American citizens and could not be granted credit They did not win any victories against Japanese forces 10 / 10 What occurred as a result of the events listed above? U.N. peacekeepers prevented Israeli attacks on the P.L.O. Civil war in Lebanon caused war to break out across the Middle East. Over 200 U.S. marines were killed when truck bombs hit their barracks in Lebanon. Israel defeated the Palestine Liberation Organization in Lebanon. Your score is Try another 10!