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Inventions Changing Economy Politics Who's that President? Miscellaneous
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Home dishwashers, home refrigerators, radio, sliced bread, insulin, penicillin, the bandaid, etc.
Name one invention from the 1920s
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credit
This allowed consumers to buy products and pay for them later.
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Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover
Name the 3 presidents that held office during the 1920s.
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Herbert Hoover
Who was the president during the Stock Market Crash of 1929?
100
The "Roaring Twenties"
The 1920s are often referred to as [blank] because of the economic boom and growing party scenes.
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Penicillin
What invention launched the "age of antibiotics" in 1928?
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consumer products
The American economy had shifted from heavy industry to [blank] during the early 20th century.
200
Republican
What party held the Presidency for most of the 1920s?
200
Warren G. Harding
Which president died in office during the 1920s?
200
True
True or False: the 1920s saw a shift away from traditional conservatism.
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1923
What year was the traffic signal invented?
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It prevented Europe from exporting good to the United States to stimulate their economy after the war.
What did the Fordney-McCumber tariff do?
300
A feeling that people have of being loyal to and proud of their country.
What is nationalism?
300
Calvin Coolidge
Which president decided not to run for a second term in 1928?
300
Each country's annual immigrant quota was 2% of the number of persons from that country in 1890.
What were the terms of the Immigration Act of 1924?
400
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By the end of the 1920s, how many national radio networks did America have?
400
overproduction
This is the economic practice of supplying more goods than are demanded.
400
The belief that a country should not be involved with other countries.
What is isolationism?
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Warren G. Harding
Which president's campaign slogan was "A return to normalcy"?
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1921
When did Congress pass the Emergency Quota Act?
500
Insulin
What invention in 1922 helped save those suffering from Diabetes?
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The practice of purchasing stocks based on expected future earnings from already-owned stocks.
What is "buying on the margin"?
500
The Teapot Dome Scandal
This scandal was a bribery incident that took place during Harding's presidency.
500
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt Who replaced Herbert Hoover as president in 1932?
500
The Kellogg-Briand Pact
President Coolidge signed [blank] with other nations to "outlaw war" in an effort keep another world war from ever happening.




Economy & Politics in the 1920s

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