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  1. Immigrants accused of anarchy for robbing shoe factories and killed 2 employees

    A. William Simmons
    B. Sacco and Vanzetti
    C. Edward Hopper
    Sacco and Vanzetti
  2. People who oppose all forms of government

    A. anarchists
    B. eugenics
    C. Ku Klux Klan
    anarchists
  3. False science that deals with improving hereditary traits

    A. anarchists
    B. eugenics
    C. Ku Klux Klan
    eugenics
  4. Founder of the new KKK in Georgia

    A. Edward Hopper
    B. Charles Darwin
    C. William Simmons
    William Simmons
  5. Established a temporary quota system, limiting immigration

    A. Emergency Quota Act
    B. National Origins Act
    C. Butler Act
    Emergency Quota Act
  6. Made immigration restriction a permanent policy

    A. Emergency Quota Act
    B. National Origins Act
    C. Butler Act
    National Origins Act
  7. Population of this group increased due to their exemption from the National Origins Act and the need for cheap farm labor

    A. German
    B. Hispanic
    C. Italian
    Hispanic
  8. What fraction of the population lived in the city at this time?

    A. 1/3
    B. 1/4
    C. 1/2
    1/2
  9. This played a role in encouraging new morality.

    A. automobile
    B. telephone
    C. computers
    automobile
  10. Women's right to vote.

    A. 18th amendment
    B. 19th amendment
    C. 21st amendment
    19th amendment
  11. How many women were serving in the State legislature?

    A. 150
    B. 100
    C. 145
    145
  12. How many women were serving in the House of Representatives?

    A. 2
    B. 10
    C. 20
    2
  13. Young dynamic, stylish, and unconventional women

    A. swingers
    B. dreamers
    C. flappers
    flappers
  14. Wrote the Age of Innocence.

    A. Margaret Mead
    B. Edith Wharton
    C. Margaret Sanger
    Edith Wharton
  15. 1st female anthropologist, published Coming of Age in Samoa

    A. Margaret Mead
    B. Edith Wharton
    C. Margaret Sanger
    Margaret Mead
  16. Return to traditional values

    A. Bohemian
    B. Fundamentalism
    C. Creationism
    Fundamentalism
  17. Believed in evolutionism

    A. Charles Darwin
    B. Edith Wharton
    C. Margaret Mead
    Charles Darwin
  18. Belief that God created the world as described in the Bible

    A. Bohemian
    B. Fundamentalism
    C. Creationism
    Creationism
  19. Outlawed any teaching that denied the story of Divine Creation of man as taught in the Bible

    A. Emergency Quota Act
    B. National Origins Act
    C. Butler Act
    Butler Act
  20. High school Biology teacher put on trial for teaching evolution

    A. John Scopes
    B. Charles Darwin
    C. Edward Hopper
    John Scopes
  21. Prosecutor during the Scopes Trial

    A. John Scopes
    B. William Bryan
    C. Clarence Darrow
    William Bryan
  22. Defended Scopes

    A. John Scopes
    B. William Bryan
    C. Clarence Darrow
    Clarence Darrow
  23. Banned alcohol

    A. 18th amendment
    B. 19th amendment
    C. 21st amendment
    18th amendment
  24. Enforced the 18th Amendment

    A. Butler Act
    B. Emergency Quota Act
    C. Volstead Act
    Volstead Act
  25. Government's power to control people and property in the interest of public safety, health, welfare, and morals

    A. police powers
    B. 21st amendment
    C. legislative powers
    police powers
  26. Secret bars that sold alcohol

    A. bootleggers
    B. flappers
    C. speakeasies
    speakeasies
  27. Those who smuggled alcohol into US

    A. bootleggers
    B. flappers
    C. speakeasies
    bootleggers
  28. One of the most successful and violent gangsters - nicknamed Scarface

    A. Eliot Ness
    B. William Bryan
    C. Al Copone
    Al Copone
  29. Brought Al Capone to justice

    A. Eliot Ness
    B. William Bryan
    C. Al Copone
    Eliot Ness
  30. Repealed the 18th Amendment

    A. 18th Amendment
    B. 19th Amendment
    C. 21st Amendment
    21st Amendment
  31. Artistic and unconventional lifestyle of neighborhoods (Greenwich Village)

    A. Bohemian
    B. Fundamentalism
    C. Creationism
    Bohemian
  32. WW1 ambulance driver who wrote The Old Man and the Sea

    A. F. Scott Fitzgerald
    B. Sinclair Lewis
    C. Ernest Hemmingway
    Ernest Hemmingway
  33. Wrote The Great Gatsby

    A. F. Scott Fitzgerald
    B. Sinclair Lewis
    C. Ernest Hemmingway
    F. Scott Fitzgerald
  34. Most popular writer of the time - wrote Main Street and Babbitt

    A. F. Scott Fitzgerald
    B. Sinclair Lewis
    C. Ernest Hemmingway
    Sinclair Lewis
  35. Hit 60 homeruns - called The Babe

    A. George Herman Ruth
    B. Jim Thorpe
    C. Jack Dempsey
    George Herman Ruth
  36. One of first negro baseball players

    A. Jack Dempsey
    B. Harold Red Grange
    C. Satchel Paige
    Satchel Paige
  37. Heavy weight boxer

    A. Jack Dempsey
    B. Harold Red Grange
    C. Satchel Paige
    Jack Dempsey
  38. American Indian, won gold in Olympics

    A. Harold Red Grange
    B. Jim Thorpe
    C. Satchel Paige
    Jim Thorpe
  39. 1st talking picture

    A. The Great Gatsby
    B. Jungle Book
    C. The Jazz Singer
    The Jazz Singer
  40. Period of African American artistic accomplishments

    A. Bohemian
    B. Fundamentalism
    C. Harlem Renaissance
    Harlem Renaissance
  41. Style of music influenced by Dixieland music and ragtime (New Orleans)

    A. jazz
    B. folk
    C. rock
    jazz
  42. 1st great trumpet and cornet player in jazz

    A. Duke Ellington
    B. Bessie Smith
    C. Louis Armstrong
    Louis Armstrong
  43. Soulful style of music that evolved from African American Spirituals

    A. jazz
    B. folk
    C. blues
    blues
  44. Most famous Harlem nightspot

    A. Speakeasies
    B. Cotton Club
    C. Harlem Hut
    Cotton Club
  45. Empress of the blues

    A. Bessie Smith
    B. Edith Wharton
    C. Clara Barton
    Bessie Smith
  46. 1st African American Representative from the North

    A. Marcus Garve
    B. Oscar DePriest
    C. Duke Ellington
    Oscar DePriest

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