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1920s America Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which is FALSE regarding the Scopes Trial?

Question 2 2. Andrew Volstead was

Question 3 3. Why is jazz representative of the 1920s?

Question 4 4. Which is NOT a theme associated with 1920s urban culture?

Question 5 5. When running for President in 1920, Warren Harding promised Americans:

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Question 6 6. Who was NOT a popular 1920s writer?

Question 7 7. The U.S. Attorney General at the time of the Red Scare was

Question 8 8. The popular company that began in 1893 and regularly issued mail-order catalogues filled with all kinds of products was:

Question 9 9. What was the key idea of Madison Grant and the Eugenics Movement in the early 20th century?

Question 10 10. Sacco and Vanzetti were avowed anarchists living in America and were from which country?

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Question 11 11. Which of the following best describes the Cotton Club?

Question 12 12. Which of the following is FALSE regarding the Harlem Renaissance?

Question 13 13. What is the name for the African-American artistic and cultural movement centered in New York during the 1920s?

Question 14 14. The date of 'Black Tuesday' is:

Question 15 15. One of the leading wealthy Americans to support prohibition was

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Question 16 16. Which poet wrote A Dream Deferred and The Negro Speaks of Rivers?

Question 17 17. Warren Harding's campaign slogan was

Question 18 18. Purchasing stocks with money borrowed from a broker is called:

Question 19 19. Identify which of the following is the profile of the target of the 1925 Butler Act:

Question 20 20. Which of the following groups supported prohibition as an attack on immigrants and aspects of 'modern' culture in the 1920s.

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Question 21 21. Who was President of the United States from 1923-1929?

Question 22 22. Which of the following is NOT true about the Scottsboro Trials?

Question 23 23. One example of the corruption that existed during Warren Harding's presidency was the

Question 24 24. The National Prohibition Act was also known as

Question 25 25. How did Art Deco differ from Victorianism?

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Question 26 26. Which best describes 1920s urban culture?

Question 27 27. Who was the U.S. president in the anxious year leading up to the start of the 1920s?

Question 28 28. Why did the Scopes trial garner so much national attention?

Question 29 29. The term 'nativism' can best be described as

Question 30 30. As A. Mitchell Palmer and his agents rounded up and deported suspected radicals, which basic rights of due process were ignored?

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