Exam Two, Chapter 23-27, 1900-1939

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Name____________________________ Exam Two, Chapter 23-27 1900-1939 True or False: 2 points each. 1. _________ The “Wobblies,” were individuals who joined with white reformers dedicated to the advancement of Congressional legislative reform. 2. _________ Mahanism was the conviction during the early twentieth century that United States security required a strong navy and economic and territorial expansion. Fill in the Blank: 2 points each. 3. _________________ were interest-bearing certificates sold by the United States government to finance the American World War I effort. 4. The __________ was the 1920 law defining the liquor forbidden under the Eighteenth Amendment and giving enforcement responsibilities to the Prohibition Bureau of the Department of the Treasury. 5. ________________ were shantytowns where unemployed and homeless people lived in makeshift shacks, tents, and boxes, shivering, suffering, and starving during the 1930s. Multiple Choice: 2 points each.
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