American History Chpt 23

Topic: HistoryRomanticism
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Last updated: April 28, 2019
In the eyes of rural dwellers of the 1920’s, cities were
B. a menace to traditional Protestant values

Herbert Hoover’s background as head of the Food Administration under Wilson, helped fuel expectations that he would be
B. a passive president

In general, the 1920’s can be characterized as a period in which
C. new values clashed with old values

The outpouring of African American literature and art in New York City in the 1920’s was
C. known as the Harlem Renaissance

The flapper of the 1920’s represented

a challenge to traditional gender roles

The young pilot Charles Lindbergh reassured Americans t hat
C. technology could advance human achievement

Herbert Hoover’s 1922 book, American Individualism, expressed his philosophy that
A. every American had equal opportunity and could succeed

The big city reporters who covered the 1925 Scopes trial in Dayton, Tennessee were
A. hostile to the state’s prosecutor, William Jennings Bryan

The Scopes trial of 1925 revolved around the issue of
A. whether laws that banned the teaching of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution were legal

In the 1920’s, many Americans saw the working-class boxer Jack Dempsey as
A. a hero

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