AP US History--Let's Begin the Madness!





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By Joelfromcal (Joelfromcal) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 08:13 pm: Edit

With a little over a month left and spring break starting for most, I thought we can have a thread to help prepare for the AP test. The thread will work like this: POST a multiple choice AP-TYPE question--one that SOUNDS AP that DOES NOT come from a review book (please try to do this)that everyone has already seen, i.e., like one you might have had on a midterm or final--and give the ANSWER. I realize that the answer will be close to the question but try anyway to leave it one or two lines after the question so we will not see the answer immediately (so scroll down carefully). Okay, I'll start with a couple from my midterm in fall:

1. What political leader endorsed the philosophy that the political and social future of the U.S. would be more secure if the U.S. emphasized agriculture instead of industry?
A. Thomas Jefferson
B. Alexander Hamilton
C. Henry Clay
D. Daniel Webster
E. Eugene V. Debs


Answer = A

2. George Washington once said, "There are combustibles in every state which a spark might set afire." What event in American history was he describing?
A. Election of 1796
B. Stamp Act
C. Shays' Rebellion
D. Newburgh conspiracy
E. Whiskey Rebellion


Answer = C

By Philntex (Philntex) on Saturday, April 03, 2004 - 10:36 pm: Edit

3. Which of these was NOT a part of one of FDR's New Deal programs?
A. Stimulation of employment for artists
B. Paying farmers not to plant crops
C. Creating maximum hours and minimum wages for labor
D. Creating the Reconstruction Finance Corporation
E. Creation of social security for specific laborers

Answer=D

4. Which of the following presidents was anti-imperialism/expansion?
A. Jefferson
B. T. Roosevelt
C. Cleveland
D. McKinley
E. Polk

Answer=C

Ha, that was fun.

By Nlkrueger (Nlkrueger) on Sunday, April 04, 2004 - 12:21 am: Edit

Two easy ones to make everyone feel better about their chances on the AP exam...

The rejected Wilmot Proviso of 1846 called for:
A. Increased tariffs on imports
B. Further expansion of railroads
C. A ban on slavery in former Mexican territory
D. The distribution of money from land sales to states


Answer: C


All of the following are causes of the Spanish-American War, except:
A. Yellow journalism
B. Coxey's Army
C. DeLome Letter
D. Maine explosion


Answer: B

By Efelder (Efelder) on Sunday, April 04, 2004 - 05:06 pm: Edit

When was the Emancipataion Proclamation?

A. 1861
B. 1862
C. 1863
D. 2003

Answer: C


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