CHAPTER 25 Test - CHAPTER 25 Test 1. Most important mass...

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CHAPTER 25 Test 1. Most important mass production contrubited to what? -consumer goods revolutions 2. Am. Factories turned out a flood of what? -cars, electrical appliances 3. Result was a creation of -modern America 4. Modern America is characterized by what? -material abundance 5. Key to the new affluence was? -technology 6. What two examples of technology lead to this? -moving assembly line, and electrical motors 7. By 1929, electrical power supplied 80% of industrial power 8. What two things did automobile makers rely on to sell more cars? -advertising, updating models every year 9. When steam generators converted coal to electricity, 2/3 of American families did what? -bought appliances 10. Marketing led to the development of the chain store (ex: A&P, willworths, 5 dime store, rexall pharmacy) 11. 2 characrteristics of mass production? -uniformity and standardization 12. What was the one lifestyle that suffered during this period? -agriculture 13. women gained how many graduate degrees? -1/3 14. Only 4% of professors were female, most woman were maids and stenographer (low paying jobs)
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15. Women won the vote in the 19th amend.; problem was it didn’t change sex roles 16. Shephard towner act did what? -provided aid programs for maternal and infant health care 17. Who were the flappers? -young woman trying to shock their elders 18. Average family became smaller bc easier access to birth control 19. As a result, smaller families led to more woman working outside the home 20. Features of Prohibition
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