Quiz Me! - All Eras: People and Events Test your knowledge about the people and events in all eras. 1 / 10 The Monroe Doctrine, adopted during James Monroe’s presidency, provided that the Western Hemisphere should be free from future European colonization and the U.S. should do what with European wars? Support Remain neutral Instigate Oppose 2 / 10 What is the name and purpose of the international organization described above? The main purpose of the League of Nations is to mediate disputes before conflicts arise. The goal of the United Nations is to maintain global peace. The goal of NATO is to maintain strong alliances in order to keep world peace. The main purpose of the International Monetary Fund is to ensure equity among nations. 3 / 10 Why was the Scopes Trial significant? It sent Harding’s Cabinet members to prison. It pitted traditional values against modern science. It caused the defendant to lose his job. It prohibited deportation of immigrants. 4 / 10 The Venona Papers were declassified in 1995. These documents Made public the true nature of the Cuban Missile Crisis Supported some accusations made by Joseph McCarthy Vindicated Richard Nixon form the Watergate scandal Exposed the plot that led to the assassination of John F. Kennedy 5 / 10 He oversaw the military removal of many Indian Tribes in Georgia, Alabama, and Spanish Florida. Later, as President of the United States of America, he proposed the Indian Removal Act. Ulysses S. Grant Andrew Jackson George Washington John C. Calhoun 6 / 10 Which event occurred last in the beginning years of World War II? Germany invades Poland Winston Churchill becomes the British Prime Minister Germany ignores the non-aggression pact and invades the Soviet Union Battle of Britain 7 / 10 What caused the Stock Market Crash? High interest rates and low returns Government regulation Speculation and overproduction Government railroad grants 8 / 10 Which of the following is an example of the role played by SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) in the civil rights movement? SNCC used multiple peaceful strategies to promote the struggle for civil rights. SNCC planned the actions of the Little Rock Nine to integrate Central High School. SNCC finally aligned with the more militant civil rights groups after Dr. King’s assassination. SNCC formed a strong lobby to petition Congress for civil rights legislation. 9 / 10 This influential reformer was the first woman dean at Northwestern University and the first woman to be represented in Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol. Frances Willard Elizabeth Cady Stanton Harriet Beecher Stowe Susan B. Anthony 10 / 10 Which title best describes the list of events in the above chart? Overproduction of goods The Stock Market Crash The Dust Bowl Bank foreclosures Your score is Try another 10!