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The new morals and manners of the 1920s were reflected in

A. women's fashion
B. the great migration
C. the new factory jobs
D. Politics

Americans responded to the Selective Service Act

A. with enthusiasm
B. with antiwar riots
C. by refusing to register
D. by becoming conscientious objectors

How did life change for American women in the 1920s?

A. Many women felt freer to experiment with bolder styles and manners

B. Married women found it much easier to balance careers and family life

C. Most women grew long hair and stopped using makeup

D. Women began to dominate the work force, often taking leadership positions

The Farmer's Alliance

A. lobbied for a graduated income tax

B. aggressively lobbied against the insurance
industry

C. supported private ownership of the railroads

D. opposed the populist party

My answers: A,B, A & D

Part 2: At the turn of the twentieth century most Americans began reading Greek and Roman classical literature

True or false

Her settlement house helped poor people and new immigrants with necessities such as food and clothing and also served as a social service center

A. Addams
B. Gladden
C. Raushenbusch
D. Moody

This late 1800s legislation resulted from nativism and primarily affected the Western part of the U.S.

A. Indian Relocation Act
B. Homestead Act
C. Dawes Act
D. Chinese Exclusion Act

Which of the following was NOT true of cowboys who traveled along the Chisholm trail?

A. They often had trial names such as "Teddy Bear" and "Busted Snoot Johnny"

B. They traveled along the trial in search of trading opportunities

C. They weren't affiliated with either Union or Confederate

D. they came from a variety of ethnic and national backgrounds

How did John D. Rockefeller gain control of the oil industry?

A. He formed a trust
B. He practiced horizontal integration
C. He joined a cartel
D. He practiced free trade

Nativism refers to theU.S. government policy toward native Americans during the late 1800s

True or False

My answers: True, A, C, A, B & False

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    Her settlement house helped poor people and new immigrants with necessities such as food and clothing and also served as a social service center

    A. Addams

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    This late 1800s legislation resulted from nativism and primarily affected the Western part of the U.S.

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