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Many people were detained. Which statement describes the U.S. government's reaction to the establishment of a communist state in Russia?
a) President Woodrow Wilson sent arms to help support the new communist regime.
b) Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan went to Moscow to sign a treaty of friendship with Russia.
c) Vice President Thomas R. Marshall wanted to take advantage of the chaos in Russia to invade Siberia.
d) Attorney General Mitchell Palmer used Americans' fear of communism to detain nearly 5,000 people.

Moving north improved life for many blacks. Which statement about the black migration of the 1920s is true?
a) Moving north offered blacks improved living and working prospects and the opportunity to vote.
b) To escape discrimination, more than half a million American blacks immigrated to Liberia in West Africa.
c) Blacks who moved to northern cities were welcomed into integrated communities by their white neighbors.
d) Many blacks, finding segregation and a lack of jobs in the North, returned to the rural South.

Al Smith was Catholic. Which candidate in the 1928 presidential election was attacked for being Catholic?
a) Warren Harding
b) Calvin Coolidge
c) Herbert Hoover
d) Al Smith

Hoover used many slogans. Which president used the campaign slogan, A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage, to indicate that life would be prosperous in the United States during his administration?
a) Calvin Coolidge
b) Woodrow Wilson
c) Warren Harding
d) Herbert Hoover

Blacks didn't own more farms. During the 1920s more than a million blacks moved from the South to cities in the North. Which was not a result of that migration?
a) New York's black population increased by 66 percent.
b) Chicago's black population increased by 50 percent.
c) Langston Hughes and other black poets became well known.
d) More blacks owned farms than at any earlier time in U.S. history.

President Harding created the Bureau of Budget.Which president created the Bureau of the Budget, reduced the national debt, cut taxes, and appointed black men to public office?
a) Calvin Coolidge
b) Warren G. Harding
c) Herbert Hoover
d) Woodrow Wilson

Women had many changes during the 1920's.
a) Per capita consumption of alcohol increased under Prohibition.
b) Women wore shorter skirts and hairstyles and gained more independence.
c) Jim Crow laws throughout the South were overturned by state courts.
d) People were too shocked by the cost of World War I to engage in leisure-time activities.

Crime and violence increased during prohibition.
a) Which best describes one unexpected and harmful result of Prohibition?
b) It resulted in widespread unemployment.
c) It led to increased smoking among young men and women.
d) It led to organized crime and violence.

People thought Sacco-Vanzetti didn't believe in government and were anarchists. There were charged with a crime and convicted. Which statement about the Sacco-Vanzetti trial of 1921 is true?
a) The evidence clearly and unmistakably proved they were guilty of robbery and murder.
b) They were acquitted by a jury but afterwards taken from the jail by an angry mob and lynched.
c) Most Americans were glad to see them deported to Italy after their trial.
d) Many people believed they were convicted solely because they were anarchists.

President Coolidge believed in minding his own business. Which quotation accurately describes Calvin Coolidge's philosophy against active government?
a) “Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration has been minding my own business.”
b) I pledge you, I pledge myself, to a new deal for the American people.
c) The country needs and, unless I mistake its temper, the country demands bold, persistent experimentation.
d) …in a changing world worthy institutions can be conserved only by adjusting them to the changing time.

Radio was popular during the 1920s. Which became a popular new form of entertainment in America during the 1920s?
a) radio
b) quilting bees
c) television
d) dance halls

Suffragist campaigned for women's rights. Which term describes a person who campaigned for women's right to vote?
a) flapper
b) prohibitionist
c) suffragist
d) temperance lass

The 19th Amendment guarantees women the right to vote. Which civil right does the 19th Amendment guarantee?
a) Former slaves are permitted to own land.
b) Women cannot be denied the right to vote.
c) The sale of alcohol cannot be banned.
d) Public education must be free for all citizens.

Mr. Scopes was a science teacher. Which famous 1925 trial pitted creationists against evolutionists?
a) the Scottsboro Boys trial
b) the Scopes trial
c) the Leopold and Loeb trial
d) the Sacco-Vanzetti trial

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