Chapter 13 Test Review American heroes allowed people to remember the what?

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Chapter 13 Test Review

American heroes allowed people to remember the what?

At first, some women did not exercise their newly won right to vote because why?

How did Jazz spread throughout the country?

How did life change for American women in the 1920s?

In the 1920s may Americans started to leave cities to move where?

In the 1920s, trolleys to the suburbs were largely replaced by __________________.

In the 1920s, what was the status of women in the workplace?

Marcus Garvey led a movement to __________________________.

One result of Prohibition during the 1920s was ________________.

The development of the mass media during the 1920s let to a what?

The longing for old fashioned values led to what in America in the 1920s?

What is the Lost Generation?

What was the Charleston?

What was the Scopes trial?

What were the reasons for the Great Migration?

Which famous people came out of the Harlem Renaissance?

Who was passed over by the post war boom in America?

Know why the following people are important

Jim Thorpe

Charles Lindbergh

Duke Ellington

Zora Neale Hurston

Warren G. Harding

Clarence Darrow

Al Capone

Amelia Earhart

Marcus Garvey

Louis Armstrong

Georgia O'Keeffe

Charles Lindbergh

Duke Ellington

Langston Hughes

William Jennings Bryan

Chapter 14: Roaring 20's

Advertisements in the 1920s changed from an emphasis on quality to an emphasis on what?

An economy that depends on large amounts of personal spending is called a what?

Buying on credit and/or through installment plans let the U.S. economy to ___________ in the 1920s.

In the case of Schenk v. United States, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., said that the government is justified in silencing free speech whenever there was a what?

Many Americans believed that Sacco and Vanzetti were executed because they were _________________.

Republican Presidents in the 1920s generally favored what?

The Communist takeover in Russia led to what in America?

What management strategy was partly responsible for Ford’s success?

What new businesses were a result of the boom in the automobile industry?

What were the key features of the Republican administrations of the 1920s?

What were the warning signs that America had an unsound economy?

When Hoover took office in 1929, most Americans expected what to continue?

Who did many Americans blame for the labor strike of 1919?

Who did the huge rise in the stock market in the 1920s mainly benefit?

Whose lives remained relatively unchanged despite the prosperity of the 1920s?

Why did many Americans fear Communism?

Know the Following Vocabulary:



Red Scare

Welfare capitalism


Gross National Product

assembly line

laissez faire

Teapot Dome

Kellogg-Briand Pact

welfare capitalism


buying on margin

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