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5 Matching questions

  1. credit
  2. Palmer Raids
  3. Volstead Act
  4. Albert B. Fall
  5. Margaret Sanger
  1. a Secretary of the Interior under Warren Harding; First cabinet officer in history to go to prison over the Teapot Dome Scandal
  2. b Act passed by Congress that allowed Congress to enforce the 18th amendment, or prohibition
  3. c 1920: a series a government raids on suspected radicals' homes and businesses in the United States led by the U.S. attorney general A. Mitchell Palmer
  4. d She organized a birth-control movement which openly supported the use of contraceptives in the 1920s.
  5. e An arrangement to receive cash, goods, or services now and pay for them in the future.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Bar that operated illegally during the time of Prohibition
  2. The term describing the ban of manufacture, sell, and transportation of alcohol. Was made a nationwide law by the 18th Amendment.
  3. A brilliant African American musician who helped create jazz
  4. The best known poet of the Harlem Renaissance, he protested racism and acts of violence against African Americans.
  5. Two Italian anarchists who were convicted of murder and robbery with questionable evidence and a biased judge. The trial is an example of growing nativism during the 1920s.

5 True/False questions

  1. Edna St. Vincent MillayNovelist who wrote The Sun Also Rises and A Farewell to Arms, criticizing the glorification of war.


  2. Cotton ClubWarren Harding's corrupt "advisors" who played poker, drank, and smoked with him in the White House


  3. Great MigrationMovement of African Americans from the South to the North for jobs during WWI.


  4. Harlem RenaissanceRepublican president who was elected in 1920 on the platform "return to normalcy"


  5. Billy SundayBaseball player and preacher, his baseball background helped him become the most popular evangelist minister of the time. Part of the Fundamentalist revival of the 1920's.