SAT Practice Test Paper 1 Section F Questions and Answers Part 2

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6. Which of the following does the first passage say was the first organized push for woman՚s suffrage?

(A) Formation of the National Woman՚s Suffrage Association

(B) Formation of the American Woman՚s Suffrage Association

(C) Convening of the Seneca Falls convention

(D) Tennessee passing the Twenty-Second Amendment

(E) “Partial suffrages” of local woman՚s suffrage efforts

7. What national event does the first passage cite as pushing woman՚s voting rights to the background of the national consciousness?

(A) Civil War

(B) Suffrage movement

(C) Prohibition

(D) Passage of the fifteenth Amendment

(E) World War I

8. According to the first passage, the National Woman՚s Suffrage Association focused their efforts on

(A) Local elections.

(B) Constitutional issues.

(C) Prohibition efforts.

(D) School board elections.

(E) State elections.

9. The differences between the AWSA and the NWSA were ultimately resolved when

(A) The Twenty-second Amendment passed.

(B) The two organizations were combined to form the NAWSA.

(C) The Civil War ended.

(D) Prohibition passed.

(E) Woman՚s suffragists won significant victories in the 1890 general election.

10. In Passage 1, the author՚s attitude toward the subject matter is

(A) Intense Scrutiny.

(B) Distanced suspicion.

(C) Mild censure.

(D) Appreciative support.

(E) Enthusiastic support.

11. Passage 2 locates the ultimate victory of the woman՚s suffrage movement with which of the following events?

(A) Tennessee approving the woman՚s voting rights amendment

(B) Congress passing the Twenty-Second Amendment

(C) The combination of AWSA and NWSA into NAWSA

(D) Woman earning the full vote in Wyoming

(E) Women՚s fruitful participation in local elections

12. When is the earliest success of the woman՚s suffrage movement that the second passage points to?

(A) 1848

(B) 1869

(C) 1870s

(D) 1880s

(E) 1920s

13. Which of the following is NOT an example of a “partial suffrage” as described in the second passage?

(A) A mayoral election

(B) A school board measure

(C) Passage of the Fifteenth Amendment

(D) A state prohibition referendum

(E) Impeaching a city council member

14. The author of the second passage argues that the “partial suffrages” were most effective in bringing full voting rights for woman because

(A) Through them woman were able to elect prosuffrage representatives.

(B) They showed women voting ably.

(C) They demonstrated that woman could participate in a full democracy.

(D) They demonstrated that woman could handle the intricacies of foreign policy.

(E) They established the power of the woman voter.

15. Which of the following questions is NOT addressed in their passage?

(A) When did the woman՚s right to vote become a constitutional amendment?

(B) What effect did the Civil War have on the woman՚s suffrage movement?

(C) What are the names of two leaders of the National Woman՚s Suffrage Association?

(D) What are “partial suffrages?”

(E) Which constitutional amendment gave women the vote?

16. The author of the second passage would most likely see the work of the

(A) AWSA as crucial for the ultimate success of the suffrage movement.

(B) NWSA as indispensable for “partial suffrage.”

(C) NWSA as unimportant for the passage of the woman՚s voting rights amendment.

(D) Seneca Falls convention as the most important single event in the women՚s suffrage movement.

(E) The NAWSA as important for the unity of the woman՚s suffrage movement.

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