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That the United States had entered the war too late to make a difference. France and Britain wanted Germany to pay for the war. The declaration of victory that other European powers made at Germany’s surrender. CONCEPT Woodrow Wilson's Vision: America and the League of Nations 13 Choose the true statement about Progressives or the Progressive Era. Investigative journalists worked to expose the ills of society. The Progressive Era marked the end of corruption in government. African Americans didn’t participate in Progressive reforms. Progressive policies tended to favor the upper-class and its needs over those of the working class. CONCEPT
Grass Roots Progressivism 14 What was one trend in the 1920s that was associated with a resurgence of Protestant Evangelicalism?
CONCEPT The Roaring 20's: A Nervous Generation 15 Read the following account of an incident in Chicago from The Chicago Daily Tribune : "Then they turned on Policeman Callahan and drove him down Twenty-ninth street. He ran into a drug store at Twenty-ninth street and Cottage Grove avenue and phoned the Cottage Grove avenue police station . . . Two wagon loads of cops rolled to the scene, and in a scuffle that ensued here Policeman John O’Brien and three blacks were shot." Based on the context, the newspaper article most likely provides an account of which event from 1919?
CONCEPT The Significance of 1919 16 What economic trend expanded during the Roaring 20s due to new inventions like the radio? Capitalism Communism Consumerism Corporatism CONCEPT The Roaring 20's: A New Generation 17 Which of the statements describes the relationship between U.S. participation in World War I and Progressive reform? CONCEPT
Progressivism and the First World War 18
To avoid the influence of special interest groups in politics, Progressives supported reforms like the initiative, which was a proposed law that the public placed on the ballot. Another reform introduced a process whereby an existing law was put on the ballot for voters to affirm or reject. What was this process called? A direct primary A referendum A recall A proposal CONCEPT Grass Roots Progressivism 19 What was the effect of the National Industrial Recovery Act?

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