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Sara Youssef EPSY 485 Quiz 4

QUIZ: Students will be asked to answer the following multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank, and extended response question about the United States Presidents Unit that was completed in a Juniors United States History Course.

1. Which president gave the Gettysburg Address to the nation on November 19, 1863? A. Herbert Hoover B. Andrew Johnson C. Abraham Lincoln D. Rutherford B. Hayes E. None of the Above 2. What legislation did Franklin D. Roosevelt play an important role in between 1933 and 1936? A. The New Deal B. Indian Removal Act C. Civil Rights Act D. No Child Left Behind Act E. None of the Above

3. Which presidents term ended early due to assassination in 1963? A. Dwight D. Eisenhower B. Lyndon B. Johnson C. John F Kennedy D. Jimmy Carter E. None of the Above

4. True or false: Harry S. Truman was president and made the decision to drop atomic bombs on Nagasaki and Hiroshima in 1945. __________ (True) 5. True or false: Bill Clinton was the president behind the No Child Left Behind Act to help the American education system. ___________ (False) 6. True or false: Andrew Jackson was the president who pushed to Congress the Indian Removal Act. ___________ (True) 7. Fill in the blank. _________________ was the 18th president of the United States but also a famous general for the Union Army in the Civil War. 8. Fill in the blank. ______________________ and ___________________________ were the only presidents of the United States to be impeached (process which an official is accused of unlawful activity). 9. Fill in the blank. ______________ was most famous for previously being an actor and consolidating the conservative party while running in his campaign before winning the presidency in 1980. 10. In your own words, write a 3-5 sentence paragraph describing one president and the ways in which they were successful in their presidency. Give at least 3 reasons as to why they were a good president. Use examples of successful policies, speeches, etc. You may use your notes from your outline for this portion.