1920s - Lead in to the Great Depression

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This is a short quiz dealing with the 1920s and the beginning of the Great Depression.

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    Why was the Kellogg-Briand Pact considered useless?

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    Hoover’s attempts to have private welfare groups help the needy failed because the organizations

  3. 3

    Sacco and Vanzetti may have been found guilty because

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    The Johnson Emigration Act provided for a quota system based on

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    Which combination of factors contributed most to the start of the Great Depression of the 1930’s?

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    Charles Lindbergh was famous as a(n)

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    The Scopes trial of 1925 illustrated the

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    Prohibition was harmful to the American public in the long run because it

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    According to Keynesian economics, in a depression the government should

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    Teapot Dome refers to a scandal which involved

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    All of the following have been advanced as causes of the Great Depression except

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    By “speculation” we mean

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    “There were, Attorney General Palmer asserted, 60,000 communists at large --- enough, if unchecked, to bring the republic down”. This quotation expresses the fears that lead to

  14. 14

    In the Great Migration, African Americans moved from

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    Which of the following occurred during the Hoover Administration?

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    The revival of the Ku-Klux Klan in the 1920s led to

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    One reason for the decline in farm income in the 1920s was

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    United States participation in the Washington Conference (1921), in the Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928), and in the SALT talks of the 1970’s is evidence that the United States

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    Which conclusion can be drawn from the occurrence of the Red Scare and the decision of the Supreme Court in Schenck v. United States?

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    What is one way in which radio helped to create a large common culture in America?

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    Which of the following increased the popularity of the Republicans in the 1920s?

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    America’s BASIC foreign policy toward Europe (1918-1928) was to

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    Which events best support the image of the 1920’s as a decade of nativist sentiment?

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    Critics who felt that Franklin Roosevelt was not going far enough to help the poor wanted to

  25. 25

    Henry Ford was able to reduce the price of automobiles significantly by

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    The 1920’s are sometimes called the "Roaring Twenties" because

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    The changing image of women during the 1920s was symbolized by the

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    The Hawley-Smoot Tariff (1930) resulted in increased

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    Which feature of the immigration laws of the 1920’s was different from prior laws?

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    Jazz music was born in New Orleans and was spread to the North by such musicians as

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    The economic boom and the financial speculation of the 1920’s were caused in part by

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    One goal of many Harlem Renaissance writers was to

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    The “Back to Africa” movement, which resulted in the creation of Liberia in 1822, found support in which twentieth-century group?

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    The result of United States trade policies in the 1920s was that

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    According to some economists, the Hawley-Smoot Tariff (1930) contributed to the Depression by

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    To protect their own interests, employers often accused striking workers of being

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