Chapter 9 Test

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1.  Labor leaders and nativists worked together to restrict the number of immigrants from
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2.  The success of business in the 1920s led to the growth of
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3.  By 1914 Henry Ford was building cars that average Americans could afford because he
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4.  Payments designed to make up for war damage are known as
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5.  Soldiers returning from World War I brought what disease back to the United States, causing an epidemic that swept the country in 1918?
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6.  In order to afford the new items American industry was producing in the 1920s, it became more respectable than previously to depend on
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7.  “The old state machinery will be smashed to bits and in its place will be created a new machinery of government by the soviet organizations. From now on there is a new page in the history of Russia, and the present, third Russian revolution shall in its final result lead to the victory of Socialism.”Which of the following people most likely made this statement?
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8.  Referring to nearly 250 aliens who were being deported, who said “I believe we should place them all in ships of stone, with sails of lead”?
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9.  Based on the above graph, what will most likely happen with immigration past the year 2000?
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10.  After World War I, many Americans viewed as enemies people identified as
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11.  What explains the sudden drop in immigration after the 1920s?
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12.  The thriving postwar economy especially benefited
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13.  Spin-off industries that resulted from the production of millions of cars included an increased demand for
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14.  In 1920 Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were arrested and put on trial for
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15.  As someone who worked to establish communism in the Soviet Union, Lenin believed in the principle that
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16.  U.S. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer justified his raids against radicals by
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17.  Which state saw sharp increases in the price of land in the 1920s due to an increasing number of people traveling for pleasure?
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18.  Widespread fear of communism
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19.  One of the basic principles of communism is that everyone should
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20.  Sacco and Vanzetti were on trial not only for robbery and murder, but also for their
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21.  The goal of the National Origins Act of 1924 was to
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22.  In the 1920s companies used welfare capitalism to encourage workers to
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23.  The success of the auto industry can best be seen in the fact that it led to
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24.  What did the major naval powers agree to at the Washington Naval Conference?
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