5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Espionage Act of 1917 and Sedition Act of 1918
- Wilson's Fourteen Points
- Northern Securities Case
- a Used to prosecute people who criticized the government.
- b Theodore Roosevelt orders the Justice department to investigate and prosecute J.P. Morgan's holding company for an anti-trust violation.
- c Very idealistic plan to ensure world peace, introduces the League of Nations, very concilliatory towards Germany.
- d Small percentage of women who challeged existing "norms" for women.
- e A German U-Boat sinks this passenger ship which actually hed ammunition and gets Americans riled up.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Amendment that guarantees suffrage to women.
- 1923-1928 Extremely conservative and Laissez-Faire. "The business of America is business."
- Man hired by Wilson to head the Committee for Public Information.
- Court case that decides the Espionage and Sedition Acts are legal.
- Roosevelt's handpicked successor who thought all trusts were bad and should be prosecuted. He breaks up the Steel Trust that was given Roosevelt's blessing.
5 True/False questions
(Warren G) Harding → Ran with the slogan "Return to Normalcy" and conveys the idea that the Progressive idea was abnormal. Surrounds himself with friends.
Progressive Era → 1919-1933. 18th Amendment is passed, prohibiting the sale and manufacturing of alcohol.
(Gifford) Pinchot → Roosevelt's Chief of Forest Service who sets aside 125 million acres of land.
Marcus Garvey and United Negro Improvement Association → This man and his organization promoted the idea the Blacks needed to be independent of white society and led a back to Africa movement by establishing the Black Star Cruise Line both fail.
Triple Entente → Italy, Germany Austria-Hungary, Ottoman Empire (Italy changes sides halfway through)