The poems we have read as part of our World War I module

The Gilded Age

a.was a term coined by Mark Twain and Charles Dudley Warner

b.refers to the period in U.S. history from 1840 to 1860

c.Was a term coined by Theodore Roosevelt

d.refers to the period in U.S. history of increased labor rights and votes for women


The Pullman Strike

a.marked a victory for capital over labor

b.destroyed the steel union

c.tarnished Andrew Carnegie’s reputation

d.brought train service to Chicago to a standstill


In the late 19th century, Chinese immigrants

a.were removed from the country by the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1890

b.helped build American’s railroads

c.all of the above

d.were largely concentrated on the east coast in cities such as Philadelphia and New York


Andrew Carnegie 

a.was born into the emerging “middle class”

b.was born and remained in poverty

c.Was born into a prosperous steel mill owner’s family

d.lived a “rags to riches” life


The Homestead Strike of 1892

a.resulted in a major setback for workers attempting to unionize

b.was a major victory for workers on the path to unionization

c.resulted in a defeat of Carnegie and the Carnegie Steel Co.

d.could not muster enough workers to shut down the steel mill


The Gibson Girl was:

a.A famous dancer from the 1920s, known for her provocative moves.

b.The mascot of Woodrow Wilson’s political campaign in 1915

c.a type of woman used in magazine illustrations by Charles Dana Gibson

d.The wife of Boston mayor, Kimball Gibson.


Muckrakers like Ida Tarbell, Upton Sinclair, and Theodore Dreiser were concerned about:

a.Exposing corporate greed which undermined traditional American values.

b.Using journalism to expose the criminal behavior of serial killers.

c.Selling as many books as they could to be the most popular writers in America.

d.Acquiring as much wealth as they could.


During Theodore Roosevelt’s presidency, which list is an accurate description of his accomplishments as a Progressive?

a.supported big business, stopped immigration, and increased federal regulation

b.busted trusts, made conservation federal policy, and increased federal regulation

c.busted trusts, stopped immigration, and decreased military spending

d.supported big business, made conservation federal policy, and decreased federal regulation


Edward H. Clarke’s Sex in Education: A Fair Chance for girls argued that women should be allowed unhampered access to learning and education.




The poems we have read as part of our World War I module

a.celebrate the brave nature of American soliders

b.are epic accounts of what happened on the field in great detail

c.are historical sources that can testify to the government’s role in WWI

d.speak to the fragility of life and the enduring impact of the war on soliders


In “I Have a Rendezvous with Death,” the author feels _____________ about death?

a.fearful yet remorseful




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