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The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s was mainly a southern rural organization


The Scopes "monkey trial" sought to keep the theory of evolution in science classrooms in Tennessee


The Roaring Twenties pitted a cosmopolitan urban America against the values of an insular, rural America


Flappers was the slang used for illegal drinking establishments in the 1920s


Jazz music inspired rural youth to remember their culture's musical roots.


The NAACP favored militant protests over legal challenges as a way to end racial discrimination.


Albert Einstein, Max Planck, and Werner Heinsenberg were members of Al Capone's gang in Chicago.


During the 1820s, the ideas of scientists about the nature of the universe inspired modernist artists to try new techniques.


The culture of modernism viewed reality as something to be created, not copied.


Hemingway published his first novel, The Sun Also Rises, in 1922.


Zane Grey, a former Ohio dentist, wrote dozens of popular western novels featuring violence and heroism on the frontier


The theories of relativity and quantum physics led to people:

deny the relevance of absolute values in society at large

Getrude Stein was a(n):

experimental poets

Modernists in art and literature came to believe that:

the subconscious is more interesting and more potent that reason

Scott Fitzgerald wrote about:

real" life punctuated by the doomed, war-tainted love affairs of young Americans

Fitzgerald's stories during the 1920s were

painfully autobiographical

Hemingway used the phrase "lost generation" as the epigraph in:

The Sun Also Rises

All of the following were prophets of modern art and literature EXCEPT:

Edward Bellamy

Far more people read the uplifting poetry of Carl Sandburg than the despairing verse of:

T.S. Eliot

The best-selling novelist of the 1920s was:

Zane Grey

Wrote The Side of Paradise

Scott Fitzgerald

An American artist who reported from Paris in 1912 on the "new psychologists" like Sigmund Freud

Harold Edward "Red" Grange

Wrote The Sun Also Rises

Ernest Hemingway

Wrote The Waste Land

T.S. Eliot

Founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association

Mascus Garvey

Defended the teaching of evolution in the Scopes trial

Clarence Darrow

Developed the Principle of Uncertainty

Werner Heisenberg

Was nicknamed the "Galloping Ghost

Marsden Hartely

Pressured the government to prohibit alcohol

Woman's Christian Temperance Union

Attacked blacks, Jews, and Roman Catholics

The Ku Klux Klan

How many members did the Ku Klux Klanallegedly have at its peak?

as many as 4 million

The Scopes Trial:

concerned a state law that prohibited the teaching of evolution in public schools

The Ku Klux Klan of the 1920s was based mainly on:

100 percent Americanism

The 1924 immigration law:

set strict yearly limits on the number of immigrants allowed into the country

Which of the following is associated with Dayton, Tennessee?

the Scopes trial

William Jennings Bryan:

prosecuted John Scopes in the Dayton, Tennessee, evolution case for teaching evolution

As a result of the Scopes trial:

John. T. Scopes was found guilty of teaching evolution

By the early 1900s, the Anti-Saloon League:

had become one of the most effective pressure groups in Americans history.

The amendment to the constitution that barred the manufacture or sale of intoxicating liquors was ratified in:


Which amendment to the constitution is known as the prohibition amendment?


Unable to convict Al Capone on bootlegging charges, the federal government convicted him for:

tax evasion

Who celebrated the Jazz era's spontaneity and sensual vitality?

F. Scott Fitzgerald

The Roaring Twenties was dubbed "The Jazz Age" by:

F. Scott Fitzgerald

The novel The Side of Paradise concerned:

modernist student life at Princeton

Which of the following statements best describes working women in the 1920s?

The number of employed women rose

After encountering strong resistance, Mabel Puffer and Arthur Hazzard:

were never allowed to marry

The movement of southern blacks to north:

was called "The Great Migration

The Harlem Renaissance:

sought to rediscover black folk culture

James Weldom Johnson coined the term:


The Universal Negro Improvement Association:

was led by Marcus Garvey

Marcus Garvey:

said blacks should return to Africa

Which of the following did WEB Du Bois say in his opposition to Marcus Garvey?

[He] is the most dangerous enemy of the Negro Race... He is either a lunatic or a traitor

The NAACP emphasized:

enforcement of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Amendments to the constitution

Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., a St. Louis-based male pilot, made the first solo transatlantic flight, traveling from New York to Paris


The culture of modernism was characterized by:

developments in science that challenged perceptions of certainty

In physics the theory of relativity was developed and explained by:

Albert Einstein