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Midterm Review - The 1920s Great Depression The New Deal

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									Midterm Review
     The 1920s
  Great Depression
   The New Deal
     In this cartoon, what bigger idea does
              the "light" represent?    :20


n radicalism of
  foreigners
n Anarchy
n the truth about
  America
n Soviet communist
  ideals

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     According to the cartoon, which of the following is
     an example of the kind of ideas that shut out the
                           light?
n truth
n the opinions of
  the public
n the labor
  movement
n Soviet doctrines


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        During the 1920s, the growth of which of the
     following industries had the greatest effect on the
       expansion of the steel, rubber, and petroleum
                         industries?                                                            15

n          Airplane
n          Farm products
n          Automobile
n          Sewing machine




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   In which of the following did attorney
   Clarence Darrow defend an instructor
accused of teaching the theory of evolution?
                                                                                                15
n         Plessy v.
          Ferguson
n         The Scopes Trial
n         The Alger Hiss spy
          trial
n         U.S. v. Nixon

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   During the 1920s, what was the
 most likely reason for the existence
  of illegal bars called speakeasies? 15

n         Conservation
n         Immigration
n         Prohibition
n         Unionization



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During the 1920s the nationwide prohibition
     of the of the manufacture, sale, or
    transportation of alcohol in the U.S.
             contributed to the-            20


n       Ratification of the
        woman’s suffrage
        amendment
n       Growth of organized
        crime
n       End of Progressive
        reform
n       Demand for stricter
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         What did Tennessee, Kentucky, and North Carolina
         have in common during the period represented on
                            the map?
                                                     :20
n        All were northern
         states.
n        All experienced a
         decrease in
         percentage of
         African-American
         population.
n        All experienced an
         increase in
         percentage of
         African-American
         population.
n        The percentage of
         African-American
         population remained
         the same in all.

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     By what percent did the African-American
         population change in New York?
                                                                                          :20

n -3%
n -1%
n +1%
n +3%




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     The Harlem Renaissance refers to
n         A struggle for civil rights                                                           15
          led by the NAACP
n         A population increase in
          Harlem in the 1920s
n         A program to promote
          African-American owned
          businesses.
n         A celebration of African-
          American culture in
          literature and art


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     Charles Lindbergh was famous as
                   a(n)
n         Politician                                                                            15


n         Composer
n         Inventor
n         Pilot




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             What is the best title for this
                       diagram?            :20
n       Events of the
        Cold War                 Organized Crime
                                    increased
n       Events of the
        Great Depression
n       Events of the
        Roaring
                            19th
                         Amendment
                                              First talking
                                            Movie released               ?
        Twenties
n       Events of the
        Civil Rights Era          Radio become
                                                     Popular entertainment
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          Which was not a cause of the
               Great Depression?
n tariffs on foreign                                                                           15

  goods
n the availability of
  easy credit
n a growing number
  of homeless
  people
n a crisis in the
  farm sector
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     Which of the following was not an
      effect of the Great Depression?
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n          Many children had a
           poor diet.
n          Many families
           became homeless.
n          Many men became
           unemployed.
n          Many people started
           farming.

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    How many states were part of the Dust
                   Bowl?
                                                                                     :25

n 5 states
n 10 states
n 20 states
n 25 states




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     Which of the following states suffered the
     most damage during the Dust Bowl period?

n North
  Dakota
n Minnesota
n Kansas
n Missouri


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                In the cartoon, the card game
                       represents ____                                                      :25

n         the stock
          market
n         the United
          States
          Government
n         FDR’s New Deal
          programs
n         the United
          States economy
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        Which statement best summarizes
         the main idea of this cartoon?
n        Farmers, workers, and
         business owners could
         solve their problems, if
         given some good
         opportunities.
n        Farmers, workers, and
         business owners were
         given good opportunities
         and gambled them away
n        Congress is powerless to
         improve the conditions of
         farmers, workers, and
         honest businesspeople.
n        Speculators, politicians,
         farmers, workers, and
         small businesspeople have
         all agreed to help one
         another.

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     Which of the following was a goal
            of the New Deal?

n regulate the stock                                                                           20

  market
n deregulate the
  nation's banking
  system
n decrease prices of
  farm goods
n increase crop
  production
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        Which of the following was most directly
      responsible for creating new jobs and putting
                     people to work?
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n Social Security Act
n Fair Labor
  Standards Act
n National Labor
  Relations Act
n Works Progress
  Administration
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     What role did Eleanor Roosevelt play in the
             Roosevelt administration?

n          She served as a                                                                       20
           cabinet member.
n          She focused on
           being an excellent
           hostess.
n          She was an
           important advisor on
           foreign policy.
n          She was an
           important advisor on
           domestic policy.
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