Presidents of the United States

Study Guide Answers (BRTS13)




George Washington

GW1.  1776

GW2.  1776

GW3.   The Articles of Confederation

GW4.   George Washington

GW5.  13 colonies

GW6.   The Revolutionary War

GW7.   The Constitutional Convention

GW8.   The Federalists

GW9.   The US Constitution

GW10. John Hanson

GW11. George Washington

GW12. 1789

GW13. The Bill of Rights

GW14. James Madison

GW15. 2 years


John Adams

JA1.   George Washington

JA2.   John Adams

JA3.   Washington, DC

JA4.   John Marshall


Thomas Jefferson

TJ1.   Thomas Jefferson

TJ2.   1776

TJ3.   Democratic-Republican

TJ4.   Marbury vs. Madison

TJ5.   The power of Judicial Review


James Madison

JM1.   James Madison

JM2.   Federalist, and Democratic Republican

JM3.   James Madison

JM4.   James Madison

JM5.   James Madison

JM6.   1789

JM7.   Between 1776 and 1789

JM8.   Publius

JM9.   To support the US Constitution













JM10. Ten

JM11. Legislative, Executive, and Judicial

JM12. James Madison

JM13. Marbury vs. Madison

JM14. Secretary of State

JM15. Judicial Review


Andrew Jackson

AJ1.   US Constitution

AJ2.   Democratic Republican

AJ3.   Democratic Republican

AJ4.   The Democratic Party of today

AJ5.   Andrew Jackson

AJ6.   Farmers, and other Working People

AJ7.   Andrew Jackson


Abraham Lincoln

AL1.   Abraham Lincoln

AL2.   Abraham Lincoln

AL3.   1865

AL4.   1865

AL5.   Andrew Johnson

AL6.   Southern states wished to secede from the


AL7.   African Americans

AL8.   African Americans

AL9.   Southern laws that required segregation

AL10. Gettysburg Address


Andrew Johnson

AJ1.   1865

AJ2.   The House of Representatives

AJ3.   The Senate

AJ4.   The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

AJ5.   Andrew Johnson

AJ6.   Acquittal


Theodore Roosevelt

TR1.  “Square Deal”

TR2.   Bull Moose Party


William H. Taft

WHT1.  The Republican Party

WHT2.  The Republican Party

WHT3.  Theodore Roosevelt


Woodrow Wilson

WW1.   Democrat

WW2.   1917

WW3.   Europe

WW4.   Germany, Austria-Hungry, and Turkey

WW5.   Great Britain, France, and Russia

WW6.   The Allied Powers

WW7.  “New Freedom”


Franklin D. Roosevelt

FDR1.   1929

FDR2.   New Deal

FDR3.   Four Times

FDR4.   No other President has

FDR5.   Harry S. Truman

FDR6.   Twice

FDR7.   Democrat


FDR9.   1945

FDR10. New Deal

FDR11. Isolationism


Harry S. Truman

HST1.   Harry S Truman

HST2.   Hitler

HST3.   1945

HST4.   Hiroshima, and Nagasaki

HST5.   Japan

HST6.   Japan surrendered

HST7.   Ensure global peace and security




HST11. By airlift

HST12. Because of a Soviet blockade

HST13. Isolationism

HST14. North Atlantic Treaty Organization

HST15. Warsaw Pact

HST16. Truman Doctrine

HST17. Greece and Turkey

HST18. Domino theory

HST19. Marshal Plan

HST20. Communism

HST21.Cold War

HST22.1945 to 1989

HST23. A bipolar world

HST24. Mao Tse-tung

HST25. Peoples Republic of China

HST26. Taiwan

HST27. Chiang

HST28. The 38th parallel


Dwight D. Eisenhower

DDE1.   “Ike”

DDE2.   The Korean War

DDE3.   France

DDE4.   Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia

DDE5.   Ho Chi Minh

DDE6.   France, Great Britain, the Soviet Union,

              and China

DDE7.   The 17th parallel

DDE8.   The dictator of the Soviet Union

DDE9.   Sputnik

DDE10. To improve education

DDE11. Oil

DDE12.Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, and Cambodia

DDE13. Palestine

DDE14. Because the US supported Israel

DDE15. The movement to form a Palestine


DDE16. Cuba

DDE17. Fidel Castro

DDE18. Cuba


John F. Kennedy

JFK1.   John F. Kennedy

JFK2.   Cuba

JFK3.   White Anglo-Saxon Protestant

JFK4.   Cuba was importing nuclear weapons

JFK5.   The Bay of Pigs

JFK6.   Nuclear

JFK7.   The Soviet Union

JFK8.   Cuba

JFK9.   Civil Rights

JFK10.  John F. Kennedy was assassinated

JFK11.  One

JFK12.  Lyndon B. Johnson

JFK13. “New Frontier”


Lyndon B. Johnson

LGJ1.   John F. Kennedy

LBJ2.   1963

LBJ3.   Urban

LBJ4.   The Model Cities program

LBJ5.   Vietnam

LBJ6.   The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution

LBJ7.   “Great Society


Richard M. Nixon

RN1.   Cambodia

RN2.   Negotiation rather than conflict

RN3.   Henry Kissinger

RN4.   Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty

RN5.   China

RN6.   Yes

RN7.   Richard M. Nixon

RN8.   Resignation

RN9.   Gerald F. Ford





Gerald F. Ford

GF1.   Richard M. Nixon resigned

GF2.   Communists

GF3.   The Gulf of Siam


Jimmy Carter

JC1.   Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty

JC2.   Middle East.

JC3.   Israel, Egypt, and the US

JC4.   Organization of Petroleum Exporting


JC5.   Iran, Iraq, Venezuela, Kuwait and Saudi


JC6.   Iran

JC7.   Khomeini

JC8.   Hostages were held in the US embassy in


JC9.   One

JC10. The Iran Hostage Crisis

JC11. Democrat


Ronald Reagan

RR1.   Nicaragua

RR2.   Sandista

RR3.   El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras

RR4.   Nicaragua

RR5.   US involvement in Central American and  

            the Caribbean was justified as prevention 

            against Cuban military plans for the area

RR6.   Nicaragua, Cuba, and the Soviet Union

RR7.   Lebanon

RR8.   Gorbachev

RR9.   Open Politics

RR10. Restructuring

RR11. Star Wars

RR12. Strategic Arms Reductions Talks

RR13. Ronald Reagan

RR14 Two

RR15. Ronald Reagan


George Bush, the father

GB1.   George Bush the elder

GB2.   An Amendment

GB3.   The Flag Desecration Act

GB4.   The end of the Cold War

GB5.   Manuel Noriega

GB6.   Saddam Hussein

GB7.   One year after the fall of the Berlin Wall

GB8.   Persian Gulf

GB9.   Long-term weapons inspections

GB10. Somalia

GB11. Somalia

GB12. East and West Germany

GB13. No

GB14. China


GB15. Students died when they were crushed by

            PLA tanks

GB16. No

GB17. No


William J. Clinton

BC1.   Somalia

BC2.   Yugoslavia

BC3.   Ethnic

BC4.   Bosnian-Muslims

BC5.   Dayton Peace Accord

BC6.   Haiti

BC7.   Aristide

BC8.   Demilitarized Zone

BC9.   An end to the production and reserving of

           chemical weapons

BC10. Bill Clinton

BC11. Perjury, and obstruction of justice

BC12. House of Representatives

BC13. More than half

BC14. Acquittal

BC15. Two

BC16. Al Gore

BC17. Zero


George W. Bush, the son

GWB1.   Al Gore

GWB2.   George W. Bush

GWB3.   Al Gore

GWB4.   “Dubya”

GWB5.   Dick Cheney

GWB6.   Republican

GWB7.   September 11, 2001

GWB8.   Four

GWB9.   The World Trade Center

GWB10. The Pentagon

GWB12. The Department of Defense

GWB13. Pennsylvania

GWB14. Passengers on the plane over threw the


GWB15. Osama Bin Laden

GWB16. The Taliban

GWB17. Afghanistan

GWB17. Pearl Harbor

GWB18. George W. Bush the son