Quiz Me! - All Eras: People and Events Test your knowledge about the people and events in all eras. 1 / 10 After being a commander in World War II, Omar Bradley became the first Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. He was promoted to the rank of five star General and later led the Veteran’s Administration. From where did Bradley receive his military training? Westpoint Military Academy Annapolis Naval Academy Texas A&M Air Force Academy 2 / 10 After serving as a state supreme court Chief Justice for the state of New York, John Jay later held numerous titles, including what? President of the United States of America General of the Armies Secretary of Treasury Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court 3 / 10 The publishing giant, William Randolph Hearst, helped propel Billy Graham to fame by Hiring him into his publishing business Financing several runs for public office Ordering his publications to cover stories about Graham Covering up prior scandalous behavior 4 / 10 Which organization played a significant and lasting role in achieving civil rights for African Americans throughout the 20th century. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Southern Christian Leadership Conference Black Panther Organization 5 / 10 Roger Sherman believed that Congress should have the power to select the President. He felt that which branch should have the most power? The Judicial They should be equal The Executive The Legislative 6 / 10 “Ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country” was said by which famous American? Franklin D. Roosevelt Ronald Regan John F. Kennedy Teddy Roosevelt 7 / 10 This notable person was the first African American to receive a PhD from Harvard and later went on to help cofound the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). W.E.B. DuBois Ida B. Wells Alvin York Vernon Baker 8 / 10 Which individual below would most likely support the Democratic-Republican Party? A supporter of John Adams A businessman from NewYork A plantation owner who supported states’ rights A judge who supported loose construction of the Constitution 9 / 10 Edmund Randolph, sometimes called a “Forgotten Founder,” opposed a single President during the Constitutional Convention, and instead suggested what? A Monarch Two co-leaders No executive branch A three-person executive council 10 / 10 Which international organization replaced the organization Woodrow Wilson hoped would mediate disputes and keep peace in the years following World War I? The Warsaw Pact IMF (International Monetary Fund) The United Nations NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Your score is Try another 10!