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5 Matching questions

  1. Volstead Act
  2. Flappers
  3. New Negro
  4. A. Michell Palmer
  5. The Jazz Age
  1. a young, carefree girls that dressed with bobs and short skirts and danced a lot
  2. b Law that established criminal penalties for manufacturing, transport, or possessing alcohol
  3. c spirit of black racial pride and militancy that set a younger generation of African American artists and civil rights leaders apart from their predecessors
  4. d attorney general whos house was attacked by a suicide bomber...eventually led the Palmer raids with Hoover
  5. e nickname for the 20s that reflected the popularity of jazz music

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. prohibition amendment that banned sale, manufacture, and transportation of alcohol
  2. a liberal Christian theology embraced in many urban areas that emphasized the ongoing revalation of the divine truth
  3. scandal involving Albert B. Fall, he accepted bribes from two businessmen to lease government controlled oil reserves in Teapot Dome, WY
  4. Meeting of world powers that resulted in agreements that limited naval arms, reaffirmed America's Open Door policy, and secured pledges of cooperation among the world's leading military powers
  5. NAACP

5 True/False questions

  1. Immigration Act of 1924Law that allowed unrestricted immigration from the Western Hemisphere, curtailed all Asian immigration, and used quotas to control how many immigrants emigrated from European nations

          

  2. Al Caponea gangster very well known for the underground alcohol trade

          

  3. First Red ScareLaw that established criminal penalties for manufacturing, transport, or possessing alcohol

          

  4. fundamentalisma liberal Christian theology embraced in many urban areas that emphasized the ongoing revalation of the divine truth

          

  5. The Lost Generationa group of people rebellios against victorianism--some even lived over-seas