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Question 1 (Worth 5 points)
Which of the following was evidence to support Vanzetti's innocence during the Braintree robbery and double murder trial?
No witness claimed to see Vanzetti during the shooting.
Witnesses placed Vanzetti elsewhere during the crime.
Vanzetti feared for his safety and that of his friends.
Vanzetti's gun had not been used in the shooting.
Points earned on this question: 5

Question 2 (Worth 5 points)
What was the significance of the Sacco-Vanzetti trial?
It established capital punishment.
It established important legal principles.
The crime was unusual in its brutality.
It symbolized Red Scare fears.
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Question 14 (Worth 5 points)
Why was the United States at the forefront in negotiating many of the international treaties of the 1920s?
The U.S. was regarded as a fair and neutral nation.
Americans really believed that they could outlaw war.
The U.S., as the world's richest nation, was vital to any international agreements.
Presidents Harding and Coolidge had a plan to bring the United States into the League of Nations.
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Question 15 (Worth 5 points)
Which of these groups would have supported the Five-Power Naval Treaty of 1922? taxpayers of all the nations involved shipbuilders of all the nations involved naval officers of Britain and the United States the nations on the losing side in the Great War
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Test 1
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Question 1 (Worth 5 points)
Which of the following was the key evidence against Sacco?
He had been seen committing the crime by witnesses.
His cap was found near the crime scene.
He had been in trouble with the police for his political activities.
One of the bullets was said to have been fired from his gun.
Points earned on this question: 5

Question 2 (Worth 5 points)
Which of these world powers was prevented from taking part in the negotiations over the Kellogg-Briand pact?
Japan
Britain the Soviet Union the United States
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