5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sacco and Vanzetti Trial
- Butler Act
- National Origins Act of 1924
- Charles A. Lindbergh
- a Style of music made popular by African-American artists such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong. Used a variety of instruments and artists generally made up the music as they went along.
- b Law in Tennessee that prohibited the teaching of evolution in public schools; John Scopes went to trial for violating this law.
- c Made the immigration quota system permanent; reduced quotas from 3% to 2%
- d The name of the trial when 2 Italian Anarchists were convicted of murder and robbery with questionable evidence.
- e First person to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Republican president who was elected on the platform "return to normalcy"
- a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
- The trial of a Tennessee schoolteacher who taught evolution in science class. Reflected the clash of values in the 1920s.
- Traditional religious movement that was a reaction to the changes in society in the 1920s.
- Famous baseball player in the 1920s, set records for homeruns
5 True/False Questions
Speakeasy → National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, founded in 1909 to work for racial equality
Kellogg-Briand Pact → A treaty that attempted to outlaw war. The treaty was drafted by France and the United States, and on August 27, 1928, was signed by fifteen nations.
Teapot Dome Scandal → A wave of intense fear of communism and other politically radical ideas, particularly aimed at immigrants
Mass media → Radio, movies, newspapers, and magazines aimed at a broad audience. Allowed people in the 1920s to share in a common American experience and spread the new ideas and attitudes of the time.
Andrew Mellon → Assisting Germany with loans for reparations repayment so they could pay back the Allies. Was not successful; only put European countries into deeper debt.