110. One of the most important political issues to rise during the WWI era, one that has persisted into the 21stcentury, concerned
111. Concerning the home front during WWI, all of the following are true, EXCEPT:a. The Committee on Public Information was responsible for mobilizing public opinion in support of the war in part by distributing anti-German propaganda around the country.b. Vigilantes and various “protective,” “patriotic” or “security” organizations sought to protect antiwar activists, political dissenters and immigrants.c. Public demonstrations of patriotism became popular during the war. d. The Espionage Act, the Sedition Act, and the Sabotage Act, and the government’s call for unity, justified restrictions placed on freedom of speech.
112. Concerning women during the World War I era, all of the following statements are true, EXCEPT: