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What was one effect of the Johnson-Reed Act of 1924? The Ku Klux Klan was revived. The Red Scare quietly came to an end. Immigration from eastern and southern Europe all but stopped. Refugees from nations devastated by the Great War came to America in large numbers.

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    C. Immigration from eastern and southern Europe all but stopped :)

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    thankssssssssssssssssssssssss :)

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    no prob....glad to help :)

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    Why would Japan have had reason to resent the Five-Power Naval Treaty of 1922? The Japanese were not asked to sign the treaty. It allowed them fewer ships than the U.S. and Britain. The United States agreed not to fortify the Philippines. It forced the Japanese to respect the independence of China.

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    B. It allowed them fewer ships then the U.S. and Britain :)

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    thankssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

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    lol....its ok

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    What event of the early 1920s does this political cartoon symbolize? the debates in Congress over the national debt the leasing of government-controlled resources to private businesses the arguments between labor unions and the U.S government the sale of government land in states like Florida for highway building

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    Which of these contributed the most to the Florida land boom? stock market speculation introduction of the automobile construction of motels and diners elimination of state income taxes

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    B. The leasing of government-controlled resources to private businesses.

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    A. Stock market speculation :)

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    CORRECTION! 1. What event of the early 1920s does this political cartoon symbolize? Correct Answer: B. The leasing of government-controlled resources to private businesses 2. Which of these contributed the most to the Florida land boom? Correct Answer: B. Introduction of the automobile

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