The Teapot Dome scandal
The Russian Revolution
The Kellogg-Briand Pact
Carefully conserved electricity
Invested most of their money in government bonds
Learned to ignore advertisements
Began to buy goods on credit.
Someone mistakenly shouts FIRE!
There is a government scandal
The number of labor strikes climbs above 370
There is a "clear and present danger"
Enter the US
Leave the US
Both enter and leave the US
None of the above
The tourist industry declined
New roads were built
Gasoline had to be rationed
Workers in Ford plants received low wages
Subersives trying to overthrow the government
Communist agitators who helped organized strikes
Responsible for setting off bombs that damaged A. Mitchell Plamer's home.
Immigrants with radical beliefs during the red scare.
Frequent strikes by unions
Stock market speculation