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anti-suffragists feared that if women got the right to vote, they would

they feared they would forget their duties at home

during the great depression, president hoover came under attack because many americans believed that

he did not fully grasp or care about how desperate the american people were

the united states supported panamanian revolutionaries in 1903 in their fight for independence from


which one of the following people coined the term normalacy

warren g harding

which are the differences between the two candidates in the election of 1928

one was with the democratic and one was with the republican

this nation saw itself as the protector of slavs and opposed the austo hugarian rulers in the balkans


the scopes trial pitted religious beliefs against

science, religion, and their place in public education

president theodore roosevelt wanted to build the panama canal to shorter travel time between

the atlantic and pacific ocean

what event sparked the beginning of world war one


after the spanish-american war, a controversy arose over whether the united states should annex


the total value of all goods and services produced in a nation is called the

gross national product

what did general pershing do with his troops when they arrived in france

pershing formed an american army of 500,000 in france

nativists resented immigrants because

because they took jobs from white americans

the most controversial of darwin's ideas is known as

theory of evolution

what is the espionage act

act to try and stop the war effort

what is the sedition act

extended the espionage act of 1917 to cover a broader range of offenses

how did gompers try to help workers

president of american federation of labor

black tuesday is referred to the

most famous stock market crash

what two companies built the transcontinental railroad

union pacific and central pacific

what is the 21st amendment

repealed the 18th amendment

what is the 18th amendment

prohibition, ban on alcohol

what is the 19th amendment

womens suffrage, right to vote

what was the clayton anti-trust act

amendment passed by the u.s congress in 1914 that provides clarification to anti-sherman act

why did general pershing use the convoy system to transport forces

the convoy system made communication between the ships easier

in order to afford the new items american industry was producing in the 1920's, it became more respectable than previously to depend on

the barter system

what was the effect of americanization

fewer immigrants chose to be u.s citizens

the unofficial capital of american culture and activism in the united states in the 1920's was

in the new york neighborhood, harlem

widespread fear of communisim

red scare

the event that triggered a u.s declaration of war on spain in 1898 was

america's short war with spain

the famous "I want you for the u.s army" poster was created by artists hired by

james montgomery flagg

john steinbeck wrote this novel about tenant farmers during the great depression

the grapes of wrath

people who hopped trains to look for work were known as


what countries were the centreal powers in ww1

austria-hungaray, ottoman empire

what countries were the allied powers in WW1

france, great britan, russia

what was the sussex pledge

french passenger steamer

what three people ran in the election of 1912

wilson, taft, roosevelt

what is the dawes act

a law enacted in 1887, that was intended to americanize native americans by distributing reservation land

which state saw sharp increases in the price of land in the 1920's due to an increasing number of people traveling for pleasure


reformers called for prohibition because they believed that alcohol

affected workers and servants

how did the u.s government's indian policy shift in the mid-1800's

tried to americanize them

this mexican leader led the first armed invasion of the continental united states since the war of 1812

pancho villa

in 1919 seattle was virtually shut down because of


in the late 1800's, american expansionists were intrested in hawaii as a potential

a naval and military base

the schlieffen plan called for a suprise invasion of france by


what was president theodore roosevely known for busting


what was the purpose of the committee on public information

hired to get people to support war

the prosecuting attorney in the scopes trial was

william jennings bryant

in 1920 nicola sacco and bartolomeo vanzetti were arrested and put on trial for

accused murder

she was arrested for "knowingly, wrongfully, and unlawfully" voting in 1872

Susan B Anthony

the decade of the 1920's was a given nickname due to its fast progression and success. this nick name was

the roaring 20's

the members of the triple entente were

britan, france, russia

by 1914 henry ford was building cars that average americans could afford because he

assembly line

we shall make war together, make peace together" zimmerman wrote in a note as germany proposed an alliance with


what caused jobs being in high demand after ww1

everyone needed jobs

the teapot dome scandal concerned secretary of the interior albert fall's willingness to

private oil companies at low rates

labor leaders and nativists worked together to restrict the number of immigrants from

south and eastern europe

define selective service act

a law that required men to register for military service

who consisted of the big four

great britan, usa, france, italy

who was amelia earhart

the first women to fly solo across the atlantic

who was charles lindberg

made the first non stop solo flight across the atlantic

what is propaganda

advertising to get people to support the war

what did germany have to do under the treaty of versailles

pay war reparations and admit being war cause

what is welfare capitalism

combination of a capitalist economic system

loose-knit communities of rustic shacks and tents were called

shanty town

what did carnegie think about socail darwinism

he agreed with it

how did william randolph hearst use his newspaper to support the cubans against spain

he didnt use spanish resources

after world war 1, many americans viewed as enemies people identified as


why did king kalakaua give pearl harbor to the untied states

the hawiian people forced him to sign the document

how did social darwinists apply darwin's theories to society

the stronger companies will prosper, the other ones will fail

due to the jungl, what act went into effect

meat inspection act

beliefs based on a literal interpretation of the bible are called


if stock prices dropped, brokers could force investors to repay their loans if the investors were

buying on margin

president theodore roosevelt recieved the nobel peace prize for helping to negotiate a peace treaty between

russia and spain

roosevelt formed the "bull moose" party because

he didnt support the taff in the repubilican party

after five days of fighting and 250,000 lives lost, france stopped the advance of the german army just east of paris at the first battle of


this event was a turning point for reform in workplace safety

triangle shiftwaist fire

what caused the prices of farm products to decrease

demand for food was low

soon after he took office as president, teddy roosevelt intervened in the

the coal mine strike

what was the 14th point

leauge of nations

what was the homestead act

law that provided 160 acres of land in the west

the 1918 sedition act made it illegal for americans too

to speak ill or plot against goverment

what state gained an abundant amount of money from tourism after the creation of fords assembly line


this book by jacob riis presented visual images of desperate urban poverty

how the other half lives

during the late 1800's, some people explained the huge inequalities in american society by using a philosophy called

booker t washington

what was president wilsons plan for a just and lasting peace

called for formation of the leauge of nations

in massing against the german invasion of france, the french army was known for its use of


how did muckrakers prepare the way for political reforms

exposed corruption by writing about it

a leader who said the united states should increase air power was

abraham lincoln

the nation that emerged as the overriding economic world power at the end of world war 1 was


why were so few black regiments trained for combat

race- based inabilites

what was the lost generation

a conort that came during ww1

the goal of the national origins act of 1924 was to

place a limit on immigration

what prompted the russo-japanese war

contriversy over the ownership of manacheria

some european leaders believed that war could be prevented by


speakeasies allowed citizens to get around the consequences of failing to comply with the


the main goal of the NAACP was to

to ensure political educational, science, and economic

sacco and vanzetti were on trail not only for robbery and murder, but also for their

their contriversal trial

president hoover downplayed the effects of the crash because

he wanted the public to be optimistic about the economy

between 1918 and 1919 nearly 700,000 americans lost their lives because of

the enfluenza

what prompted germany to use u-boats and unrestricted submarine warfare

u.s merchants supplying great britan

what is one reason that the platt amendment was significant

lead to guatemelen pay

how did the united states ensure that materials needed at the front were produced

victory garden

what were some side effects of ford's accomplishments during the 1920's

increase in complementary business

what was the dust bowl

a huge dust storm that hit the great plains

where did the dust bowl occur

oklahoma, texas, new mexico, kanasa, colorado

in the great migration, african americans moved from

the north to the midwest & west

one of the basic principles of communism is that everyone should

shave equality in a soceitys wealth

two popular ideologies contributed to imperialism: a sense of nationalism and

love of ones country

what was an important political outcome of world war 1

treaty of Versailles

andrew carnegie was an entreprenuer because he

he was a young boy

of the methods of warfare developed in world war 1, which did traditional officers consider unfair and barbaric

poisonous gas

who was w.e.b. dubois

american socialist, historian, civil rights & activists

who was booker t washington

was a big part in the crow segregation

what are reparations

payments and transfers of property & equipment that germany forced to make under the treaty of v

what is installment buying

a system for paying goods by installments

who was babe ruth

hit a record at 714 home records

what did f. scorr fitzgerald write

jazz age

what did ernest hemingway write

articles for toronto star

what is trench warfare

dig trenches & get into them to avoid enemy

what were the four general causes of ww1

nationalism, imperialism, alliances, militarism

what islaissez- faire capitalism

separation of economy and state

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