10 notecards = 3 pages (4 cards per page)
The emergence of the United States as a world power had been marked by
energy consumption from fossil fuels greater than all other industrial powers.
Because of the large influx of Mexican immigrants fleeing political instability at home, __________ became known as the "Ellis Island" of the south.
El Paso, Texas
After Pancho Villa's attack on Columbus, New Mexico, President Wilson sent United States troops into Mexico led by
Alice Paul achieved fame by
helping form the National Women's Suffrage Party.
In 1919, women were granted the right to vote with the passage of the
President Wilson encouraged democratic reforms such as the 17th Amendment, which
established the direct election of senators.
Wilson's tax reforms included all of the following EXCEPT:
A. luxury taxes on items like automobiles and gasoline.
"The Great Migration" of the early twentieth century refers to
African Americans leaving the South and fleeing discrimination and segregation.
The Zimmerman telegram exposed German
offers of an alliance to Mexico and the promise of a return of lands lost to the United States.
Most Republicans objected to the Treaty of Versailles because
membership in the League of Nations required the United States to defend fellow members.