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Name __________________________________ Class _______________________ Date __________________
The Roaring Twenties
1. Warren G. Harding’s campaign
strategy was based on a promise
to :
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2. Why were some American
writers of the 1920s called the "Lost
Generation"?
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3.1927 was a fundamental year in the
history of motion pictures,
because it brought the first
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4.What was the main reason Herbert
Hoover was elected by a
large majority of votes?
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6.Ernest Hemingway was one of a
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7.The effects of Prohibition included:
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8.One of the main goals of Marcus
Garvey’s black nationalism was for
African Americans to:
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9.Until 1924, Native Americans did not
have access to adequate legal
protection from the
government because they:
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5.
The Scopes Trial
represented the conflict
between
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The Roaring Twenties
PRACTICING SOCIAL STUDIES SKILLS Study the chart below and answer the
question that follows.
____ 10. According to the chart, what can you infer about the sale and production
of the Model T between 1908 and 1924?
a. As prices were lowered, production of the Model T also dropped.
b. Prices increased as sales increased.
c. Because the Model T was affordable, more people could buy it,
causing production to rise.
d. Prices diminished dramatically, but fewer people could afford to buy
the Model T.
Replace each underlined word with one from the word bank that makes each
sentence TRUE.
Louis Armstrong
Teapot Dome
Emergency Quota Act
World War I
flappers
11. Trumpeter Warren Harding invented the jazz solo, when one musician steps
out from the band to play alone.
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The Roaring Twenties
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12. Immigration to the United States fell dramatically in the 1920s because of
legislation such as the Kellogg-Briand Pact.
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13. The Great Migration scandal caused people to question the judgment and
honesty of government officials.
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14. Young women known as talkies cut their hair short and wore makeup and short
dresses, openly challenging traditional ideas of how women were supposed to
behave.
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15. After 1921, the U.S. economy suffered a downturn that led to hard times.
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The Roaring Twenties
MATCHING Read each description. On the lines below, write the letter of the term
or person that best matches each description.
____ 16. young women who challenged society’s
ideas about womanhood
a. Twenty-first
Amendment
____ 17. people who leave their home countries to
live elsewhere
b. moving assembly line
____ 18. a 1928 pact in which the United States and
other countries agreed not to engage in war
____ 19. an affordable automobile invented by
Henry Ford
____ 20. a flourishing of African American
literature and art in the 1920s
____ 21. a system that uses conveyor belts to move
parts to different groups of workers
c. Red Scare
d. Georgia O’Keeffe
e. expatriates
f. flappers
g. Harlem Renaissance
h. Langston Hughes
i. Kellogg-Briand Pact
____ 22. fear of Communist infiltration after the
Russian Revolution
j. Model T
____ 23. ended Prohibition in 1933
k. Calvin Coolidge
____ 24. Republican candidate for vice president in
1920
l. Warren G. Harding
____ 25. a painter famous for creating detailed
paintings of flowers
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