HISTORY 1302 Which of the following did not benefit from a post–World War I economic boom

History Quiz 5 Review
Question 1 1 pts
Which of the following did not
benefit from a post–World War I economic boom?

Movie theaters

Construction companies

Radio companies

Farmers

Automobile manufacturers

Question
2 1 pts
During the 1920s, this boxer became
famous among the workingmen because he came from humble beginnings.

Babe Ruth

Red Grange

Jack Dempsey

Jess Willard

Charles Lindbergh

Question
3 1 pts
In addition to the nickname “the
Roaring Twenties,” the 1920s have also been labeled the

Greatest Generation

Age of Welfare Capitalism

Great Depression

Anything Goes Age

Jazz Age

Question 4 1 pts
The increasingly bold discussions
about sex that occurred during the 1920s were a result of the writings of

William H. Macy.

Alfred Lloyd Tennyson.

F Scott Fitzgerald.

Sigmund Freud.

William Kennedy.

Question
5 1 pts
Based on Assignment 3 in
Learning Module 5: Read the following statements and determine if they are TRUE
or FALSE:

(Statement A) By
1914, Henry Ford and his engineers had installed a belt-driven movable
production line that took the work to the worker, and then carried that
man’s work to another worker, and so, until a shining Model T rolled off
the line.
(Statement B) In
the early 1920s, over 50% of all cars sold in the United States were Model
Ts.
(Statement C)
Starting in 1923, Henry Ford introduced a line of cars designed
for different income levels.
(Statement D) By
1926, three- quarters of American cars were bought on credit.
(Statement E) The
movie industry grew up in Los Angeles in the first two decades
of the 20th century, and many of the first movie houses and small studios
were run by immigrant Jews who got started in the garment industry, a
business based, as movies were, on changing styles.

All of the statements are FALSE

Only statements A, B, & D are
TRUE

Only statements C is TRUE

Only Statement E is FALSE

All of the statements are TRUE

Question
6 1 pts
Women in the 1920s who rebelled
against conventional dress, hairstyles, and what was considered to be
“ladylike” were commonly called

birds.

zeldas.

flappers.

broads.

hussies.

Question
7 1 pts
The African American’s first
literary and artistic movement is known as

the Harlem Renaissance.

the Manhattan Movement.

the Jazz Age.

the Impressionist Period.

the Roaring Twenties.

Question
8 1 pts
Marcus Garvey is best associated
with the

Ku Klux Klan.

Universal Negro Improvement
Association.

League of Latin American Citizens.

National Association for the
Advancement of Colored People.

American Federation of Labor.

Question 9 1 pts
In 1915, the Supreme Court struck a
blow for the political rights of African Americans by abolishing the
grandfather clause in this case.

Smith v. Allwright

Guinn v. United States

Dred Scott v. Sanford

Baker v. Carr

Gore v. Vidal

Question 10 1 pts
Intellectuals and artists who
believed that the 20th century was the turning point in human development were
known as

modernists.

jazzers.

flappers.

humanists.

beatniks.

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Question 11 1 pts
In-Depth Study Question from
Learning Module 5: Thomas Hart Benton

wrote that the youth in 1920s
America was a lost generation.

protayed modern man as weak, as
impotent of action, as not noble, as not heroic, as not able to change his
environment.

painted images of Gilded Age
America.

chronicled the glitz and glamour
of the “jazz age” through the images depicted in his art.

wrote about the “generation gap”
in 1920s America.

Question
12 1 pts
Perhaps the most profound discovery
of the Modernist Era is ____________’s theory of relativity.

David Tindall

Sigmund Freud

Helmut Mudd

Albert Einstein

William Yarborough
,
,
,
,
Question,
13 1 pts ,
Einstein’s theories in the early,
20th century revolutionized science by ,
,
,
,
,
,
,
revealing that all things are,
static and unchanging. ,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
discovering gravity. ,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
hypothesizing that energy can be,
stored in batteries for later use. ,
,
,
,
,
,

showing that there are no absolute
standards in the world.

illustrating that an object in
motion tends to stay in motion.

Question
14 1 pts
In-Depth Study Questions from
Learning Module 5:Marcus Garvey argued that racial violence could only be stopped
by:

building security through economic
strength.

working toward improved race
relations.

mass black emigration to populate
a powerful new African nation state.

accepting inferior status and
keeping a low profile.

black veterans taking up arms in
their own defense.

Question
15 1 pts
The popular type of art that
appeared in the early 1920s was known as

Abstract.

Watercolors.

Modernism.

Baroque.

Impressionistic.

Question
16 1 pts
Which of the following is not
considered part of the modernism movement?

Gertrude Stein

Mark Twain

Ernest Hemingway

James Joyce

F Scott Fitzgerald

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Question 17 1 pts
What helped drive the consumer
culture of the 1920s?

Cheap bank loans

Increased magazine subscriptions

National buy one, get one free
deals

Hard-to-get credit that made
people freer with their cash

Effective marketing tactics

Question
18 1 pts
In-Depth Study Question from
Learning Module 5: Fisher, a company whose ads depicted fashionable, idealized
women, manufactured:

women’s clothing.

nutritional supplements.

photographic equipment.

gym equipment.

car bodies.

Question
19 1 pts
A person who opposed immigration in
the 1920s because it would dilute what it “meant to be an American” would be
subscribing to what type of viewpoint?

Communist

Nativism

Modernism

Neo-conservative

Socialist

Question
20 1 pts
This law, passed by Congress in
1924, lowered the number of allowed immigrants from European nations to 2
percent of the number who lived in the United States as reported in the 1890
census.

Johnson Immigration Act

Roosevelt Naturalization Plan

Immigration Act

Non-Immigration Act

Emergency Immigration Act

Question
21 1 pts
Why was Warren G. Harding selected
to represent the Republican party in the 1920 election?

He was a crusader for reform.

He had been a general in World War
I.

He was a gifted orator.

The Republican Party could not
agree on anyone else.

He had made a name for himself as
Wilson’s vice president.

Question
22 1 pts
Which of the following was not part
of the mass culture craze of the 1920s?

Electric irons

Televisions

Flush toilets

Vacuum cleaners

Linoleum floors

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Question 23 1 pts
France and England tried to repay
their World War I debts to the United States by collecting reparations from

Russia.

Bulgaria.

Italy.

Turkey.

Germany.

Question
24 1 pts
The biggest scandal of the Harding
administration involved the

Whiskey Rebellion.

Watergate.

Whiskey Ring.

Teapot Dome.

Travelgate.

Question
25 1 pts
In-Depth Study Question from
Learning Module 5: All of the statements about what W. E. B. DuBois criticized
Marcus Garvey for are true except:

pursuing unrealistic goals.

being a con man.

planning to take over Liberia
without consulting its government or people.

being an original visionary.

telling the world what his plans
were when stealth would have been advisable.

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Question 26 1 pts
As president, Calvin Coolidge
pursued

a determined path to be an
activist president.

the ratification of the Treaty of
Versailles.

reparations with Germany.

a determined path to not be an
activist president.

a strong guiding hand on American
industries.

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Question 27 1 pts
When Coolidge chose not to run for a
second term of his own, the Republicans nominated

Franklin Roosevelt.

Albert Smith.

Herbert Hoover.

Warren Harding.

James Cox.

Question 28 1 pts
How did radio and movies
revolutionize the mass culture?

People were able to see items for
the first time before they bought them.

Through marketing and advertising,
people were made aware of new products.

They were able to break people of
old stereotypes and people became more accepting.

They were able to keep informed of
the latest events around the world.

They showed people how to use
items in different ways that they had not considered.

Question
29 1 pts
In-Depth Study Question from
Learning Module 5: The “New Woman” presented as ideal by 1920s
advertising was each of the following except:

an efficient homemaker.

a high fashion sophisticate.

a devoted mother.

a successful businesswoman.

slender.

Question
30 1 pts
Henry Ford revolutionized the
industrial process by perfecting the

Detroit Motor Park facility.

Corliss steam engine.

Bessemer Process.

assembly line process.

Model T.

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