5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Rabid isolationism and conservatism
- Clayton Anti-Trust Act
- (Warren G) Harding
- Sixteenth Amendment
- (Calvin) Coolidge
- a The 1920s were politically defined by
- b 1923-1928 Extremely conservative and Laissez-Faire. "The business of America is business."
- c More aggressive anti-trust law that protected labor unions.
- d Ran with the slogan "Return to Normalcy" and conveys the idea that the Progressive idea was abnormal. Surrounds himself with friends.
- e Allowed income tax to replace tariffs as the primary source of income.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Fear of communist revolution, fear grew out of Bolshevik Revolution and growing popularity of leftist ideas.
- John Scopes, a teacher who teaches evolution in school in Dayton, Tennessee, is arrested and put on trial for breaking state law. Win for the urban sector even though Scopes was proven guilty.
- This democratic nominee wins the election of 1912.
- First substantial reduction of tariff since Civil War.
- Act declaring that all meat transported over state lines will be inspected.
5 True/False Questions
19th Amendment → Allowed income tax to replace tariffs as the primary source of income.
St Louis Riot 1917 → A German U-Boat sinks this passenger ship which actually hed ammunition and gets Americans riled up.
Coal Miners Strike of 1902 → Act declaring that all meat transported over state lines will be inspected.
Federal Reserve Act → Set up a series of regional banks to better control the flow of money.
Marcus Garvey and United Negro Improvement Association → More aggressive anti-trust law that protected labor unions.