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Patronage: Quiz


Question 1: ________, a Stalwart, assassinated Garfield in 1881, six months after he became President.
Chester A. ArthurCharles J. GuiteauJames G. BlaineJames A. Garfield

Question 2: In the United States during the ________, patronage became a controversial issue.
19th centuryUlysses S. GrantGrover ClevelandGilded Age

Question 3: Tweed was elected to the ________ in 1852, and the New York City Board of Advisors in 1856.
United States CongressUnited States SenateState governments of the United StatesUnited States House of Representatives

Question 4: T Tweed and his Tammany Hall cronies ruled with absolute power over the city and state of New York and they played a major role in the politics of 19th century ________.
New JerseyNew YorkMassachusettsConnecticut

Question 5: The term derives from the ________ patroness, the formal relationship between a Patrons and his Clients.
Roman EmpireLatinVulgar LatinOld Latin

Question 6: This kind of system continues across many fields of the ________.
Fine artThe artsHumanitiesPerforming arts

Question 7: At the height of his influence, Tweed was the third-largest landowner in New York City, a director of the ________, the Tenth National Bank, and the New-York Printing Company, as well as proprietor of the Metropolitan Hotel.
Delaware, Lackawanna and Western RailroadLake Shore and Michigan Southern RailwayNew York Central RailroadErie Railroad

Question 8: Perhaps the largest use of patronage was in the struggle for power in ________ between 1924 and 1929.
RussiaMoscowUnited StatesRussian culture

Question 9: This insistence is occasionally made fun of by ________ and other media.
Sports journalismMedia biasNewspaperNews media

Question 10: The ________ and later Protestant groups sponsored art and architecture, as seen in churches, cathedrals, painting, sculpture, and handicrafts.
Catholic ChurchPopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory I


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