Galiyas History 9 - Chapter 20 Test (B) Question Preview (ID: 28495)

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Some members of the Lost Generation
a) wrote in praise of capitalism.
b) left Greenwich Village to live out West.
c) created famous “jazz paintings.”
d) left the country to live in Paris.

What was one of the unforeseen results of Prohibition?
a) racketeering
b) a revival of the Ku Klux Klan
c) bloody riots in Chicago
d) the Volstead Act

What legal right was at issue in the Scopes trial?
a) the right to open a speakeasy
b) the right to hold fundamentalist beliefs
c) the right to hold modernist beliefs
d) the right to teach evolution in schools

What was one cause of the race riots in Chicago in 1919?
a) a Ku Klux Klan rally
b) the Scopes trial
c) overcrowded neighborhoods
d) poor police training in riot control

Who were the main targets of the Ku Klux Klan’s terror?
a) white fundamentalists
b) African Americans, Catholics, Jews, and immigrants
c) police officers and city officials
d) gamblers, gangsters, and prostitutes

One group that suffered economically during the 1920s was the
a) miners.
b) farmers.
c) publishers.
d) sports heroes.

At first, some women did not exercise their newly won right to vote because (1 point)
a) they did not feel comfortable voting.
b) they could not leave their children and go to the polls.
c) their families discouraged them from voting.
d) all of the above.

African Americans moved to the North in the 1920s because
a) jobs in the South were scarce and low-paying.
b) many southern factories refused to hire them.
c) many jobs opened up for them in the North.
d) all of the above.

The rise of films, radio broadcasting, and the news media all helped to bring about
a) organized crime.
b) a national culture.
c) the Garvey movement.
d) the Ku Klux Klan.

Flappers danced the Charleston, a new dance that embodied the spirit of
a) the Harlem Renaissance.
b) the Jazz Age.
c) the Lost Generation.
d) Prohibition.

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