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5 Matching questions

  1. Ohio Gang
  2. Dwight D. Eisenhower
  3. Teapot Dome Scandal
  4. Shanty Towns (Hoovervilles)
  5. Federal Farm Marketing Board
  1. a helped farmers market their crops
  2. b Harding's cabinet, included corrupt friends, embaressment, not trusted
  3. c sarcastically named after President Hoover, in which unemployed and homeless people lived in makeshift shacks, tents, and boxes
  4. d 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.
  5. e leader of the Allied forces in Europe

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Buying stocks with loans from brokers
  2. Industry, Agriculture, Consumer Spending, Distribution of Wealth, and Stock Market
  3. headed by Forbes, to handle veterans' claims for compensation, hospitalization, insurance, etc
  4. Provided for annual reparations of $250 million that would increase over the next 5 years
  5. a wave of corporate mergers swept over the 1920s economy, spread of Oligopoly by Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler

5 True/False questions

  1. Easy CreditDemocratic nomination in the Election of 1928, evoked the cultural conflicts of the 20s, opposed prohibition, and was a Tammany politician

          

  2. Herbert Hooverused new advertising techniques to help get Harding elected

          

  3. Fordney-McCumber Tariffdesigned to protect American Business,voided the Underwood Tariff, raised taxes on US imports to 60%

          

  4. Real Wagesline of people waiting to receive food given by a charitable organization or public agency

          

  5. Calvin Coolidgesworn into presidency in 1924, "Keep Cool with Coolidge", had a pro-business attitude

          

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