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Question 1: The SDF sought to build close relations with the existing ________ movement and disliked, distrusted, and disavowed many of their former Socialist Party comrades and their pretensions to electoral office.
SlaveryUniversal suffrageHuman rightsTrade union

Question 2: The Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives at ________.
Cornell UniversityColumbia UniversityNew York UniversityRockefeller University

Question 3: In 1948, rather than support ________, it backed Progressive Party candidate Henry A. Wallace.
Lyndon B. JohnsonJohn F. KennedyJimmy CarterHarry S. Truman

Question 4: In the New York municipal elections of 1935, the Socialists had polled nearly 200,000 votes, a showing which threatened to be a "spoiler" for the chances of ________ in the forthcoming 1936 presidential elections.
Franklin D. RooseveltHarry S. TrumanJohn F. KennedyLyndon B. Johnson

Question 5: Also in the 1937 election the ALP tapped Republican special prosecutor ________ as its nominee for New York District Attorney.
Theodore RooseveltCharles Evans HughesThomas E. DeweyLevi P. Morton

Question 6: ________ made an unsuccessful run under the party's banner for the U.S.
Corliss LamontCentral Intelligence AgencyAmerican philosophyThomas W. Lamont

Question 7: The American Labor Party was a political party in the United States established in 1936 which was active almost exclusively in the state of ________.
MassachusettsNew JerseyNew YorkConnecticut

Question 8: The chief race in 1937 was that for Mayor of New York, pitting pro-Roosevelt progressive Republican ________ against a Democratic state supreme court justice, Jeremiah Mahoney.
Fiorello La GuardiaFrank MurphyRobert F. WagnerDavid L. Lawrence


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