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Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
What were illegal saloons that still sold alcohol called?
  1. Speakeasys
  2. Bootleggers
  3. Anti-Saloons
  4. Soda Fountains
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
What was the primary reason Prohibition failed?
  1. Alcohol producers bribed the government
  2. The Anti-Saloon League went out of business
  3. The laws had an expiration date and were not renewed
  4. Prohibition laws were weak and often unenforced
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The                        was a campaign by social groups to end the use of alcohol.
  1. Prohibition Party
  2. Whiskey Rebellion
  3. Anti-Alcohol Advocates
  4. Temperance Movement
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Founded in 1895 the                                    became the most powerful temperance group.
  1. Prohibition Party
  2. Anti-Saloon League
  3. American Temperance Society
  4. Women's Christian Temperance Union
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The Harlem Renaissance refers to
  1. a struggle for civil rights by the NAACP
  2. a population increase in Harlem during the 1920's
  3. a program to promote African-American owned businesses
  4. a celebration of African-American culture in literature and art.
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Henry Ford's innovation resulted in affordable cars that more Americans could own.
  1. chains of gas stations
  2. assembly line
  3. improved methods of auto repair
  4. growth of suburbs
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The economic boom and a good stockmarket during the 1920's were caused in part because
  1. people were buying consumer goods using installments and credit
  2. civil rights for women and minorities helped economy
  3. preparing for war boosted the economy
  4. increased government regulation (control) helped the economy
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The Nineteenth Amendment, which Congress approved in June 1919,
  1. made it illegal for employers to discriminate against women.
  2. put an end to prohibition.
  3. gave women the right to vote.
  4. forced schools to look at racial background when accepting students.
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
During the 1920s, a vibrant African American culture grew in
  1. The South
  2. Chicago
  3. Harlem
  4. Washington D.C.
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Famous for his trans-atlantic (across the Atlantic) solo flight in his airplane
  1. Red Baron
  2. Johnny Weissmuller
  3. Charles Lindbergh
  4. Howard Hughes
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The term temperance refers to the campaign against
  1. women's rights
  2. slavery
  3. alcohol
  4. immigration
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The nation's central banking system that control's the nation's economy and money supply is
  1. The Federal Trade Commission
  2. Federal Reserve System
  3. Congressional Union
  4. holding company
Grade 9 Roaring 20s
The sense of group identity created by the Harlem Renaissance
  1. formed a basis for later progress for African Americans
  2. was lost by the end of the 1920's
  3. enabled African Americans to form their own nation
  4. ended discrimination against African Americans
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