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There is a reason The Palmer Raids occurred around the same time.
So, which one of these mentions a Palmer?
i think Attorney General Mitchell Palmer used Americans' fear of communism to detain nearly 5,000 people.
That was the purpose of The Palmer Raids.
Which famous 1925 trial pitted creationists against evolutionists? A. the Scopes trial B. the Leopold and Loeb trial C. the Scottsboro Boys trial D. the Sacco-Vanzetti trial
The one you want is the first of these.
Which statement about cultural changes in the 1920s is not true? A. The Charleston became a popular dance craze. B. Americans abandoned materialism to return to a simpler life. C. Radio became a popular form of entertainment. D. Women bobbed their hair and wore make-up.
The first of the even numbers is the one you seek.
Which term refers to a period of time when stocks are generally losing value? A. a "bull" market <---- B. a "flat" market C. a "bear" market D. a "boom" market
Hint, it's the one with an animal in the name. And of those, it's the one that is big, fearsome and sometimes made into cuddly dolls. Also, Teddy Roosevelt.
Adolf Hitler was the dictator of which country? A. Sweden B. Denmark C. France D. Germany <---
Yes, you're correct with the one you chose.
Which statement about the Soviet Union under Joseph Stalin is true? A. Free and fair elections returned the Communist Party to power every four years. B. Anyone who disagreed with the communist system was free to leave the country. C. University students were allowed to freely voice their opinions about the regime. D. People were jailed for criticizing Stalin or the Communist Party.
not a clue
Hint, try the last one.
The Father Of Nations was very fond of...erasing people from existence.
its c University students were allowed to freely voice their opinions about the regime.
Which statement about the Founding Fathers' view of the U.S. Constitution is accurate? A. They believed the Constitution was perfect and would never need revision. B. They wanted to make it possible to modify the Constitution over time. C. They felt that the Constitution should be replaced within a century. D. They agreed that any future changes should be left up to the president alone.
I'm fairly certain it's the second one you want.
Which statement about the 18th Amendment to the Constitution prohibiting alcohol is correct? A. It was vetoed by President Harding. B. It was nullified by the Supreme Court. C. It was repealed by the 21st Amendment. D. It was reversed by voter referendums.
The second odd number is the one you want.
Which attorney general created a "red scare" in 1920 by arresting 5,000 suspected communists and anarchists who were held without trial and denied their basic civil rights? A. Thomas Gregory B. George Wickersham C. Mitchell Palmer D. James McReynolds