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  1. Rabid isolationism and conservatism
  2. Clayton Anti-Trust Act
  3. (Warren G) Harding
  4. Sixteenth Amendment
  5. (Calvin) Coolidge
  1. a The 1920s were politically defined by
  2. b 1923-1928 Extremely conservative and Laissez-Faire. "The business of America is business."
  3. c More aggressive anti-trust law that protected labor unions.
  4. d Ran with the slogan "Return to Normalcy" and conveys the idea that the Progressive idea was abnormal. Surrounds himself with friends.
  5. e Allowed income tax to replace tariffs as the primary source of income.

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. Fear of communist revolution, fear grew out of Bolshevik Revolution and growing popularity of leftist ideas.
  2. 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.
  3. This democratic nominee wins the election of 1912.
  4. First substantial reduction of tariff since Civil War.
  5. Act declaring that all meat transported over state lines will be inspected.

5 True/False Questions

  1. 19th AmendmentAllowed income tax to replace tariffs as the primary source of income.

          

  2. St Louis Riot 1917A German U-Boat sinks this passenger ship which actually hed ammunition and gets Americans riled up.

          

  3. Coal Miners Strike of 1902Act declaring that all meat transported over state lines will be inspected.

          

  4. Federal Reserve ActSet up a series of regional banks to better control the flow of money.

          

  5. Marcus Garvey and United Negro Improvement AssociationMore aggressive anti-trust law that protected labor unions.

          

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