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Lesson 8

By 1900s the meaning of American identity at home____________ excluded more people than previously

Progressive reformers were primarily concerned with____________ making democratic capitalism work better

American women of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries found that the settlement house movement_________________ was a good place to use their talents to help society

Progressives launched the social purity movement to___________________ attack prostitution and other vices

Progressives justified segregation on the grounds that it_________________ provided for a more stable society

As a reform governor of California from 1911 to 1917, Hiram Johnson_________________ supported the initiative, referendum, and recall

The Triangle Shirtwaist Company fire illustrated the_______________ need for government regulation of working conditions

Taken together, President Theodore Roosevelt's actions in the anthracite coal strike of 1902 and the dissolution of Northern Securities in 1904 demonstrated that the government________________ intended to act independently of big businesses

The Federal Reserve Act of 1913______________________
was the most significant piece of domestic legislation in Wilson's presidency

Progressive reform illustrates that___________________________ legislation makes a difference

Lesson 9

President Wilson's foreign policy was based on_____________
his belief in moral duties

The assassination of Archduke Ferdinand in 1914 led to a war in Europe because___________________ of military, economic, and political rivalries

In exchange for it neutrality in World War I, the United States insisted on______________ free trade with all nations at war

After the Germans sank the Lusitania, President Wilson______________________ threatened a break in diplomatic relations with Germany

The immediate cause of President Wilson's decision to ask Congress for a declaration of war against Germany in 1917 was_____________________ German submarine attacks on American vessels in the sea lanes to Great Britain

Progressive management of World War I at home was illustrated by all of the following EXCEPT_______________ businesses were all nationalized

The committee on Public Information was created by President Wilson to_______________ stir up patriotism through posters, pamphlets, cartoons, and press releases

Arrival of American troops on the front lines in 1918 was critical because they provided all of the following EXCEPT______________________ messages demanding unconditional surrender

The Versailles treaty was a bitter disappointment to President Wilson's supporters, but his Fourteen Points were honored in the inclusion of___________________ the League of Nations

The Red scare of 1919 and 1920 was a_______________________
reaction to labor unrest, Russian Bolshevism, and terrorist attacks

Lesson 10
In general the 1920s can be characterized as a period which________________ new values clashed with old values

The Republican administrations of the 1920s believed that__________________ business regulation should be kept to a minimum

"Fordism" implies all of the following EXCEPT____________________ auto workers are better off with strong union representation

One key element in the expansion of the consumer culture in the 1920s was_______________ commercial advertisement on radio broadcasts

The Harlem Renaissance is a term that refers to_______________________ black American intellectuals and artists who stressed self-confidence

The National Origins Immigration Act of 1924 (Johnson-Reid) had the effect of___________________ restricting the number and type of immigrants who could enter America

The Ku Klux Klan gained support in the 1920s because of_____________________________ reaction to immigration and urbanization

The trial and eventual execution if Sacco and Vanzetti symbolized__________________ the anti-foreign...
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