1920s:Radio, Movies, Sports, Prohibition , Jazz: Question Preview (ID: 12608)


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Who was the most famous trumpet player of the 1920s?
a) Louis Armstrong b) Duke Ellington c) Bessie Smith d) Al Capone
Which one of the following did Prohibition NOT lead to?
a) more shopping centers b) more gang crime c) speakeasies d) bootlegging
Which person was a famous singer of Jazz music?
a) Al Capone b) Bessie Smith c) Duke Ellington d) Helen Wills
Which one of these was NOT a famous 1920s sports star?
a) Babe Ruth b) Jack Dempsey c) Bobby Jones d) Michael Jordan
Which sport is more popular today than it was in the 1920s?
a) boxing b) swimming c) basketball d) tennis
Who was the most popular movie actor of the 1920s?
a) Charlie Chaplin b) Mary Pickford c) Laurel and Hardy d) Rudolph Valentino
Which of these is NOT an example of 'mass media'?
a) radio b) newspapers c) movies d) letters
Which one of these men invented the radio?
a) David Sarnoff b) Guglielmo Marconi c) Thomas Edison d) Frank Conrad
Which of these did away with the 18th amendment?
a) 19th amendment b) Volstead Act c) Roosevelt Presidential Order d) 21st amendment
Which form of music did NOT come from jazz?
a) rap b) disco c) country d) rock and roll
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