1.The Palmer Raids were meant to root out
a. potential subversives, such as Communists.
b. African-American activists.
c. closet suffragettes.
d. those singled out for lynching.
e. labor organizers.
2.The immigration acts of 1921 and 1924 were designed to limit immigration from
b. western Europe.
c. southern and eastern Europe.
d. Latin America.
e. the Middle East.
3.The case of Sacco and Vanzetti was an example of ___ in the 1920s.
a. racial tension
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3. I think B, but possibly a. I do lean more towards b.
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The outcome of the Scopes trial was
a. the triumph of fundamentalism over science.
b. an acquittal for Scopes.
c. a mistrial.
d. a conviction for Scopes.
e. the further questioning of scientific data.
William Jennings Bryan hurt the prosecution in the Scopes case with his
a. lack of knowledge of the law.
b. disparaging remarks about the people of Tennessee.
c. testimony on the stand.
d. reliance on expert witnesses who were disallowed by the judge.
e. insistence on a fair trial.
If Marcus Garvey had been successful, it is fair to say that
a. large numbers of African-Americans may have emigrated from the U.S.
b. the restrictive immigration quotas of the 1920s would have been lifted.
c. whites and African-Americans may have coexisted more peacefully in the 1920s.
d. a federal anti-lynching law would have been passed.
e. legislators would have enacted further guarantees of civil rights.
The KKK in the 1920s
a. sold memberships successfully door to door.
b. surged again as the demographic shift from World War I resulted in more contact between the races.
c. waned by the end of the decade.
d. all of these
e. none of these
The bomb that exploded on Wall Street in 1919 seemed to indicate the work of
d. labor organizers.
Langston Hughes is associated with
a. the fundamentalism vs. science controversy.
b. Communism in the United States.
c. the Harlem Renaissance.
d. furthering Einstein's work in physics.
e. technological innovation in the 1920s.
The Lost Generation is a reference to those
a. killed in World War I.
b. disillusioned with the United States, who left the country in the 1920s.
c. who sympathized with socialism and the demands of organized labor.
d. who whiled away the 1920s on unproductive pursuits such as bootlegging and movies.
e. who refused to adopt fundamentalist religion.
All of the following emboldened women in the 1920s, except
a. new fashion styles that seemed more revealing and required less maintenance.
b. the right to vote.
c. the feeling of full citizenship for the first time.
d. laws requiring equal pay for equal work.
e. working during World War I.
People were most likely to secure information about news and sporting events in the 1920s from
b. the movies.
c. talking pictures.
Which of the following would be an integral part of a live jazz performance?
a. a large orchestra
b. technically skilled musicians
d. classically trained vocalists
e. the use of both string instruments and horns
All of the following contributed toward the enactment of national Prohibition, except
a. the passage of such laws in many states prior to the Constitutional amendment.
b. the loss of productivity associated with alcohol.
c. a desire to reduce incidents of domestic violence.
d. restrictions placed on usage of grain during World War I.
e. the substitution of higher import tariffs for taxes on alcohol.
Commentary of the administration of Warren Harding would have most likely included
a. complaints by business at the restrictions resulting from his policies.
b. commendation by unions for policies friendly to organized labor.
c. commendation by foreign governments for even-handed policies regarding immigration.
d. condemnation due to the number of scandals associated with his administration.
e. consternation that he chose not to run for a second term, when faced with a strong opponent.
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4. Not sure....scopes got convicted but the conviction was later overturned because of a technicality. So, it is either d or e.
8. Not sure...I am going with e
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