History quiz help please!!!.?
8.Which factor contributed to increased migration of people among regions of the United States in the second half of the 20th century?
A. new restrictions on immigration from Asia
B. increases in the number of small family farms
C. the construction of the Interstate Highway system
D. increased immigration from Northern and Western Europe
9. Which action could the U.S. government employ to protect U.S. automobile manufacturers from foreign competition?
A. increase taxes on the production of U.S. automobiles
B. create free trade agreements with automobile-producing countries
C. increase tariffs and import restrictions on foreign automobiles
D. implement stricter control of competition among U.S. automobile manufacturers
10. Business organizations try to influence government, the courts, and the public in ways that will benefit their members. One such business organization is the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM). If you were trying to learn about the goals of NAM, which of the following would be the most credible source of information?
A. A pamphlet published by NAM that explains their goals
B. A story on the national news about disagreements between members of NAM
C. An internet blog written by a group opposed to NAM
D. An editorial piece about the pros and cons of the organization
11. Farm organizations, business organizations and labor unions each play an important role in our society. They are all similar in that they
A. each try to protect the rights of women and minorities.
B. each try to protect the interests of their members.
C. all lobby the government to provide subsidies to farmers.
D. all gave financial support to the civil rights movement.
12. The Rustbelt is a region based upon
B. Economic activity.
13. The growth of suburbs has caused the economic value of land around many U.S. cities to increase. One result of this increase in land value has been a decrease in
A. U.S. food production for export.
B. the availability of agricultural labor in urban regions.
C. the construction of roads, water lines and sewer lines.
D. the amount of land available for farming.
14. When the government controls all major industries and decides what products will be produced and how many of each type of product will be produced, what type of economy is described?
15. What helped to popularize personal computers with ordinary people during the early 1980?
A. The internet
B. Improved public transportation facilities
C. Better educated workforce
D. Wide range of software programs
16. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, improvements in steel technology allowed architects to design buildings taller than had previously been possible. As a result, skyscrapers began to be built in cities such as New York and Chicago. What was the result of this new technology on population patterns in the United States in the first half of the 20th century?
A. decreased growth of suburban areas
B. migration from the West to the Midwest
C. greater population density in urban areas
D. increased migration from urban to rural areas
17. Which of the following is a feature of a market economy?
A. freedom of enterprise
B. government control over the economy
C. complete lack of industry
D. economy is guided by cultural traditions
18. One effect of widespread suburbanization in the United States was
A. airlines adding routes to new cities.
B. increased reliance upon the automobile.
C. decreased immigration from Europe and Asia.
D. television replacing radio as the most popular medium.
19. How did the US governments role in the economy change as a result of the Great Depression?
A. The federal government had a reduced role in regulating economic activity.
B. The federal government maintained the role it had in economic matters before the Great Depression.
C. The federal government expanded its role in regulating economic activity and promoting economic growth.
D. The federal government transferred its role in economic affairs over to the state governments.
20. In recent decades, a number of states have passed laws designed to protect wetlands such as marshes and swamps. These laws make it difficult for developers to begin new construction on wetlands. This trend was motivated by
A. a decrease in the economic value of wetlands.
B. an increase in the geographical area covered by wetlands.
C. a decrease in the number of environmental threats to wetlands.
D. an increased awareness of the environmental importance of wetlands.
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