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The Roaring Twenties FRQ ~1920-1929~ A Merdian  APUSH Study Guide by Tim Qi and Jeff Gu Key Questions: - to what extent? 1. To what extent is the 20s a return to Laissez-Faire politics & Economics? 2. To what extent is the 20s a return to isolationist foreign policy? Prompt 2: Isolationism Non-isolationism Copyright ©  2006 (March 9 th ) All rights reserved. APUSH Study Guide v1.0 by Meridian Notes. Do not  distribute or reproduce without replicating this copyright.
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Quota Act of 1921:  Immigrants from Europe were  restricted at any year to a quota, which was set at 3%  of the people of their nationality who lived in U.S. in  1910. Immigration Act of 1924:  This revised the Quota Act  in 1921. This act cut the quota down to 2% while  making the base percent the population in 1890. o Completely shut off Japanese immigration.
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