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Page: 64527. The infamous Baltimore journalist of the 1920s who delighted in ridiculing religion, politics,the arts, and even democracy itself, wasA.John Dos Passos.B.F. Scott Fitzgerald.C.Sinclair Lewis.D.Thomas Wolfe.E.H. L. Mencken.Answer: E
Page: 64828. In his 1925 novel,The Great Gatsby, F. Scott Fitzgerald
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29. In the 1920s, artists and intellectuals of the Harlem Renaissance
Page: 64930. In the 1920s, the “noble experiment” referred to
Page: 64931. During the 1920s, as a result of the Eighteenth Amendment,A.there was a substantial reduction in the consumption of alcohol.B.there was considerable violation of the laws banning the consumption of alcohol.C.organized crime gained exclusive access to an enormous, lucrative industry.D.there was both a substantial reduction in the consumption of alcohol and considerableviolation of the laws banning the consumption of alcohol.E.All these answers are correct.Answer: EPage: 649
32. The National Origins Act of 1924

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