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Woodrow Wilson Quiz

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Woodrow Wilson was a member of what American political party?
The Whig Party
The Republican Party
The Populist Party
The Democratic Party

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Before becoming President of the United States, Wilson served as the governor of what state?
New Jersey
Missouri
Montana
Maine

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From 1902 to 1910, Wilson served as the president of what prestigious university?
Princeton
Harvard
Johns Hopkins
Oxford

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What name do historians commonly attach to Wilson's series of progressive programs along with his policies of limited government power?
The New Deal
The New Freedom
The Great Society
The Square Deal

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Wilson is the only ever U.S. president to have a doctorate. What university did he attend to earn that doctorate?
Johns Hopkins
Stanford
Yale
Columbia

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Wilson was a strong advocate of American neutrality in regard to World War One. In what year did he officially bring the U.S. into the conflict?
1910
1913
1915
1917

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One of the main reasons Wilson broke the neutrality of America and entered the Great War was because of German submarine warfare which resulted in the sinking of what British vessel in 1915?
The Lusitania
The Titanic
The Gallipoli
The Manchester Line

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Another peculiar cause for Wilson to declare war against Germany was the Zimmermann Telegram that urged what other nation to attack the U.S.?
Greenland
Mexico
Canada
Cuba

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Wilson helped to pass what famous anti-trust act to break up monopolies of his time?
The Numont Antitrust Act
The Philips Antitrust Act
The Sherman Antitrust Act
The Clayton Antitrust Act

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At the end of World War One, Wilson delivered how many points on how to rebuild the world to ensure peace?
3
5
14
30

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One of Wilson's grandest visions for the pos-war world was the existence of what council of different nations to protect global peace?
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization
The Coalition of Western Nations
The United Nations
The League of Nations

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Wilson was very active in what meeting where the terms for the end of World War One were discussed and agreed upon?
Woodrow Wilson Quiz
The London Peace Talks
The Tehran Peace Conference
The Yalta Peace Conference
The Paris Peace Conference

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What treaty ended World War One even though Wilson opposed it as he believed it would continue the cycle of violence?
The Treaty of Albany
The Treaty of Greenville
The Treaty of Versailles
The Treaty of Ghent

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