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STAAR US History: Individuals & Social Change During the 1920s Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which car model of Henry Ford's made cars accessible and affordable to the general public, becoming an instant success?

Question 2 2. What famed inventor did Ford work for before starting the Ford Motor Company?

Question 3 3. Which of the following is a branch of the justice department that should have dealt with leftist radicals?

Question 4 4. How did the Immigration Act of 1917 set the stage for the Immigration Act of 1924?

Question 5 5. _________ was the name of the airplane piloted by Charles Lindbergh in 1927?

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Question 6 6. The term Red Summer is used to define when

Question 7 7. Which of these places was commissioned as a federal immigration station in 1890?

Question 8 8. Characteristics of social Darwinism most likely to be present when there is:

Question 9 9. What innovative production concept introduced at his Highland Park facility in 1913 enabled Ford to build cars so quickly?

Question 10 10. Who helped women to be seen as sexual individuals with desires similar to men?

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Question 11 11. What is the concept of making the same car part the same way each time for the same car model so that it can be easily replaced or swapped out?

Question 12 12. What is defined as the flourishing of African American art, writing, music, intellectual thought and more?

Question 13 13. Examples of social Darwinism from Nazi Germany include all EXCEPT:

Question 14 14. What term defined the African Americans of the 20s who celebrated their culture and formed self-help organizations founded on racial pride?

Question 15 15. 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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Question 16 16. Immigration from which continent was severely limited during the 19th century?

Question 17 17. Young women of the 20s intent on enjoying themselves and defying conventional rules of behavior, were known as _____?

Question 18 18. In what year was the Chinese Exclusion Act passed?

Question 19 19. The U.S. Attorney General at the time of the Red Scare was

Question 20 20. The National Prohibition Act was also known as

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Question 21 21. Which of the following groups supported prohibition as an attack on immigrants and aspects of 'modern' culture in the 1920s.

Question 22 22. Why did the Scopes trial garner so much national attention?

Question 23 23. Which is FALSE regarding the Scopes Trial?

Question 24 24. Charles Lindbergh achieved international fame by being the first man to pilot an airplane non-stop from ____________.

Question 25 25. Which amendment gave women the vote?

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Question 26 26. The term 'nativism' can best be described as

Question 27 27. Andrew Volstead was

Question 28 28. Women who fought for the vote were known as ________?

Question 29 29. Why are the Scottsboro Trials important?

Question 30 30. What was the key idea of Madison Grant and the Eugenics Movement in the early 20th century?

STAAR US History: Individuals & Social Change During the 1920s Chapter Exam Instructions

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