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22. The “Great Migration” that occurred during ad intensified after the WWI was the a. Increased immigration of southern and eastern Europeans in the second half of the 1920s b. Movement of 1.5 million African Americans from the rural south to industrial centers in the north c. Forced evacuation of the few remaining native tribes in the west from their ancestral lands d. Overwhelming migration of immigrants from Mexico into California in the 1920s
23. Advertising became important in the 1920s because it
d. It persuaded consumers to buy what they couldn’t afford 24. The 1920s was a decade marked by
25. What did the 14 th amendment accomplish?
26. To fill the needs of the rapidly industrializing Gilded Age economy the US needed a. Unskilled and semi-skilled labor from eastern, southern and central Europe b. Skilled labor from England and Ireland c. Unskilled labor from Scotland and Ireland d. Highly skilled labor from England and Germany
27. As government spending went up
28. A major focus of reform movements in the gilded age was
29. The Dawes Allotment Act of 1887 eroded Native American territories by

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