A sign of social stability
Women's desire to break with the past.
Women's desire to return to the past
The significant impact of women on national elections
Large numbers of Americans to the suburbs
Large numbers of Americans from the North to the South.
French-speaking Canadians into barrios
Mexican workers to New England
Promoted a mass migration to rural areas
Encouraged Americans to work longer hours
Promoted the creation of a national culture
Simplified life for most Americans
An increase in alcoholism
A decline in dancing and socializing.
The rise of organized crime
The creation of urban artistic colonies
Jobs in the South were scarce and low-paying
Many southern factories refused to hire them.
Many jobs opened up for them in the North
All of the above
At speakeasies in Chicago
On new buses to the suburbs
At the Scopes trial
In Hollywood studios
The theory challenged scientific beliefs
The theory appeared to violate the Constitution
The theory seemed to contradict the Bible's account of creation
The theory was unknown to most teachers