The American airline industry in the 1920s made most of its early profits

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105.The American airline industry in the 1920s made most of its early profits througha.mail contracts with the federal government.b.passenger fares.c.air freight and bulk cargo.d.subsidies from state and local governments.e.crop dusting and cloud seeding.ANS:AREF:p. 714106.The American radio industry was distinctive from radio in European nations because it107.Automobiles, radios, and motion pictures108.The 1920 census revealed that, for the first time, most
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109.Margaret Sanger was most noted for her advocacy ofa.abortion rights.b.women's suffrage.c.birth control.d.free love.e.the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).ANS:CREF:p. 716-717110.Job opportunities for women in the 1920s111.To justify their new sexual frankness, many Americans pointed to112.Jazz music was developed by113.The most influential classical film of the 1910s, D.W. Griffiths' Birth of a Nation, stirred extensive protest by African Americans becausea.the film was heavily financed by white racist Hollywood film business owners.b.the film depicted the black leader Marcus Garvey in an unfavorable light.c.African Americans were not allowed to see the film even in northern movie theaters.d.the film glorified the Ku Klux Klan and portrayed blacks as corrupt politicians or rapists.e.Griffiths refused to use black actors.ANS:DREF:p. 716
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