5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Rugged Individualism
- Ohio Gang
- Teapot Dome Scandal
- a a policy of nonparticipation in international economic and political relations, supported by Republicans
- b Harding's Secertary of the Interior, Albert B. Fall, secretly allowed private oil inspeculators to lease lands containing U.S. Navy oil reserves at Teapot Dome, Wyoming, and Elk Hills, California. Fall was fined and jailed for 1 year.
- c Hoover's belief that people must be self-reliant and not depend upon the federal government for assistance, prevented him from intervening in the economy after Black Tuesday
- d Harding's cabinet, included corrupt friends, embaressment, not trusted
- e suspension of an ongoing activity
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- cash payments or food provided by the government to the poor, Hoover DIDN'T provide this
- place where food is offered for free or at a very low cost for the poor
- popularized the concept of scientific management
- legislation for bonus money for veterans
- signed by 64 nations to "outlaw war as a means of resolving disputes between countries"
5 True/False Questions
McNary Haugen Bill → people had huge debts because they purchased on the installment plan, people borrowed money to speculate on the stock market
Stocks → shares of ownership in a company
Bonus Army → Unemployed veterans of WWI gathering in Washington in 1932 demanding payment of service bonuses not due until 1945
Federal Home Loan Bank Act → Harding's Secertary of the Interior, Albert B. Fall, secretly allowed private oil inspeculators to lease lands containing U.S. Navy oil reserves at Teapot Dome, Wyoming, and Elk Hills, California. Fall was fined and jailed for 1 year.
Esch-Cummins Act → placed RR rates and service under gov't control but placed RRs themselves under private control