They followed the teachings of Karl Marx & called for public ownership of the means of production.
What was the purpose of the Palmer Raids?
To round of suspected subversives.
Which of these groups would have been most likely to come to the defense of Sacco and Vanzetti after their conviction for murder in 1921?
He opened the White House to the public and reduced Federal spending and tax cuts.
What was the purpose of the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
to outlaw war as an instrument of national policy
Which of the following describes a cause of the economic boom of the 1920s?
innovations lead to the birth of new industries
Which of the following is an essential characteristic of free enterprise system?
private ownership of property
Which of the following contributed most to the development of consumer culture in the 1920s?
Which of these innovations contributed most to the development of a national popular culture in the 1920s?
Which of these grassroots organizations was formed during the 1920s to educate citizens on public issues?
League of Women Voters
Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington are best known for their contributions to which kind of music?
The outpouring of creativity among African American poets, writers, and artists in the 1920s is known as…
Which of these statements best summarizes the situation of American farmers in the 1920s?
falling crop prices drove many into bankruptcy
Which of these factors contributed least to the divide between rural traditionalists and urban modernists in the 1920s?
many modernists envied the peace and quiet of small town life
Which of the following statements would have most likely have been made by a traditionalist in support of prohibition?
“Alcoholism causes crime, violence, and the breakup of families”
Which of the following statements best explains why many people came to oppose prohibition?
The bootlegging industry gave rise to widespread lawlessness and crime
What issue was central to the Scopes Trial?
whether a state can ban the teaching of evolution in public schools