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GED Social Studies Exam

Question No: 111

The National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), the “motor voter” law, went into effect on January 1, 1995.The act’s purpose was to ease voter registration by allowing voters to register when they apply for or renew drivers’ licenses, enter the military, or apply for public assistance.

Which reason best explains why Congress passed the NVRA?

  1. to encourage citizens to get public assistance

  2. to increase citizen participation in the political process

  3. to stop people from interfering in the political process

  4. to encourage people to move more often

  5. to make the registration process more difficult

Answer: B

Question No: 112

An important function of modern trade unions is to enable employees to work with employers in making and regulating workplace rules, such as establishing the minimum and maximum number of hours on the job.This collaboration between employee and employer has had mixed results.In some workplaces, trade unions have improved employees’ morale, cooperation, and ability to do the job well. In other cases, trade unions have been blamed for decreasing workers’ productivity.

When would employers most likely support trade unions in their workplaces?

  1. agreements about work rules would reduce productivity

  2. productivity and pride in workmanship would increase

  3. productivity and pride in workmanship would remain constant

  4. productivity and pride in workmanship would decrease

  5. giving workers a greater voice in the workplace would raise costs

Answer: B

Question No: 113

Which environmental change made in one country would most likely hurt a neighboring country?

  1. replanting forests in areas where timber has been cut down

  2. redirecting a border river’s water for irrigation

  3. changing from a one-crop economy to a diversified economy

  4. restricting polluting emissions from cars and trucks

  5. reducing the amount of solid waste dumped in harbors

Answer: B

Question No: 114

According to the article, what is a major reason people use technology to change the environment?

  1. a desire for power

  2. a natural inclination for discovery

  3. a need for economic development

  4. an instinct for destruction

  5. a desire for mobility

Answer: C

Question No: 115

The data in the graph to the left reflect a development in the U.S. workplace that began after World War II.

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If the percentages shown in the graph increase over time, which development would most likely occur?

  1. Flexible scheduling and child-care benefits would become more important.

  2. The United States would depend less on women in the workforce.

  3. Women would pay lower taxes than men.

  4. Fewer women would be admitted to law and medical schools.

  5. Women’s demand for life insurance coverage would decrease.

Answer: A

Question No: 116

– Exhibit –

In 1889, Jane Addams, a social reformer in Chicago, Illinois, founded a settlement house

called Hull House, which provided child care, kindergarten, libraries, playgrounds, vocational and domestic training, and food services to poor city residents. It also sent visiting nurses to help care for the sick in Chicago’s crowded neighborhoods.

At Hull House, young mothers practiced ways to care for their children-including the daily infant bath, which is illustrated in the photograph above. English-language classes, civic rights classes, and art classes were also offered. The settlement houses provided important services to the poor at a time when government and many churches did not provide them.

Many of the people who worked at the settlement houses also worked to outlaw sweatshop working conditions, to promote organized labor, and to secure workers’ compensation laws.

Adapted from Winthrop D. Jordan, Miriam Greenblatt, and John S. Bowes, The Americans: A History (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell amp; Company, 1994), 497.

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According to the information, which group received services from Jane Addams’s Hull House in Chicago in 1889?

  1. recent immigrants

  2. Native Americans

  3. African Americans

  4. wealthy families

  5. university students

Answer: A

Question No: 117

– Exhibit –

In 1889, Jane Addams, a social reformer in Chicago, Illinois, founded a settlement house called Hull House, which provided child care, kindergarten, libraries, playgrounds, vocational and domestic training, and food services to poor city residents. It also sent visiting nurses to help care for the sick in Chicago’s crowded neighborhoods.

At Hull House, young mothers practiced ways to care for their children-including the daily infant bath, which is illustrated in the photograph above. English-language classes, civic rights classes, and art classes were also offered. The settlement houses provided important services to the poor at a time when government and many churches did not provide them.

Many of the people who worked at the settlement houses also worked to outlaw sweatshop working conditions, to promote organized labor, and to secure workers’ compensation laws.

Adapted from Winthrop D. Jordan, Miriam Greenblatt, and John S. Bowes, The Americans: A History (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell amp; Company, 1994), 497.

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The work of Jane Addams’s Hull House is most similar to which institution operating in the United States today?

  1. adult prisons

  2. local community centers

  3. international airports

  4. travel agencies

  5. private country clubs

Answer: B

Question No: 118

– Exhibit –

In 1889, Jane Addams, a social reformer in Chicago, Illinois, founded a settlement house called Hull House, which provided child care, kindergarten, libraries, playgrounds, vocational and domestic training, and food services to poor city residents. It also sent

visiting nurses to help care for the sick in Chicago’s crowded neighborhoods.

At Hull House, young mothers practiced ways to care for their children-including the daily infant bath, which is illustrated in the photograph above. English-language classes, civic rights classes, and art classes were also offered. The settlement houses provided important services to the poor at a time when government and many churches did not provide them.

Many of the people who worked at the settlement houses also worked to outlaw sweatshop working conditions, to promote organized labor, and to secure workers’ compensation laws.

Adapted from Winthrop D. Jordan, Miriam Greenblatt, and John S. Bowes, The Americans: A History (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell amp; Company, 1994), 497.

– Exhibit –

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Based on the information, which attitude did Jane Addams most likely have about her clients at Hull House?

  1. sympathized with their struggle to succeed in their new country

  2. criticized their unwillingness to explore outside their neighborhoods

  3. hoped they would someday return to their homelands

  4. thought they should stay out of political activities in the city

  5. believed they should compete for jobs without education

Answer: A

Question No: 119

– Exhibit –

In 1889, Jane Addams, a social reformer in Chicago, Illinois, founded a settlement house called Hull House, which provided child care, kindergarten, libraries, playgrounds, vocational and domestic training, and food services to poor city residents. It also sent visiting nurses to help care for the sick in Chicago’s crowded neighborhoods.

At Hull House, young mothers practiced ways to care for their children-including the daily infant bath, which is illustrated in the photograph above. English-language classes, civic rights classes, and art classes were also offered. The settlement houses provided important services to the poor at a time when government and many churches did not provide them.

Many of the people who worked at the settlement houses also worked to outlaw sweatshop working conditions, to promote organized labor, and to secure workers’ compensation laws.

Adapted from Winthrop D. Jordan, Miriam Greenblatt, and John S. Bowes, The Americans: A History (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell amp; Company, 1994), 497.

– Exhibit –

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Based on the information, what did the middle-class settlement workers learn from their work at Hull House?

  1. Most immigrants who lived near Hull House had high-paying jobs.

  2. Working conditions were clean, safe, and comfortable in the city factories.

  3. City life was easy compared to life on a farm or small town.

  4. Political action was necessary for economic reforms in the cities.

  5. Working-class people in the city could afford their own health care.

Answer: D

Question No: 120

President Johnson acknowledged a public leader’s need and desire to say the right words at the right time to the public.

How could television reporting cause television viewers to misunderstand a president’s speech?

  1. by asking questions about current issues addressed in the speech

  2. by showing certain parts of the speech out of context

  3. by providing commentaries by experts after the speech

  4. by airing an instant replay of the speech

  5. by airing the speech live

Answer: B

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