5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Assembly line
- Red Scare
- police powers
- Louis Armstrong
- Emergency Quota Act
- a a government's right to control people and property in the interest of public safety, health, welfare, and morals
- b A brilliant African American musician who helped create jazz
- c Production method that breaks down a complex job into a series of smaller tasks, used by Henry Ford to make the automobile
- d A wave of intense fear of communism and other politically radical ideas, particularly aimed at immigrants
- e The name of the law passed by Congress that set up a temporary quota system for immigrants that was based on ethnic origin.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Warren Harding's "advisors" who played poker, drank, and smoked with him in the White House
- a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
- One of the most important consumer products of the 1920s. Allowed young people to gain more freedom and allowed people to live further away from their jobs.
- 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.
- artistic and unconventional lifestyle of the 1920s.
5 True/False questions
Scopes Trial → The trial of a Tennessee schoolteacher who taught evolution in science class. Reflected the clash of values in the 1920s.
A. Mitchell Palmer → a government's right to control people and property in the interest of public safety, health, welfare, and morals
Marcus Garvey → Republican president who was elected on the platform "return to normalcy"
Warren Harding → The founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association. He also suggested that African Americans return to Africa to set up their own country. He also stressed the importance of education in achieving economic and political equality.
Nativism → the belief that native-born Americans are superior to foreigners