4 Henry Ford used the assembly line to create this item
5 $100 - Henry Ford used the assembly line to create this item What is the automobile/ford Model T?
6 Independent, assertive young women of the 1920s
7 $200 - Independent, assertive young women of the 1920s Who are flappers?
8 Bars run by bootleggers during prohibition
9 $300 - Bars run by bootleggers during prohibition What are speakeasies?
10 Contributions made by: Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, Duke Ellington, jazz, blues, Apollo Theater, Cotton Club
11 $400 - Contributions made by: Langston Hughes, W.E.B. Du Bois, Marcus Garvey, Duke Ellington, jazz, blues, Apollo Theater, Cotton Club What is the Harlem Renaissance?
12 1920 trial that led to the conviction and execution of two Italian immigrants; contributed to nativist tensions in the U.S.
13 $ trial that led to the conviction and execution of two Italian immigrants; contributed to nativist tensions in the U.S. What is the Sacco and Vanzetti trial?
14 This 1925 trial reflected the conflict between religion and science
15 $100 - This 1925 trial reflected the conflict between religion and science What is the Scopes Monkey Trial/State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes/Scopes Trial
16 1921 Act that restricted newcomers/immigrants in any given year to a quota set at 3%
17 $ Act that restricted newcomers/immigrants in any given year to a quota set at 3% What is the Emergency Quota Act?
18 Useless pact made war illegal, but gave no provisions for enforcement.
19 $300 Useless pact made war illegal, but gave no provisions for enforcement. What is the Kellogg-Briand Pact?
20 U.S. plan to help Germany pay WWI reparations USA EUROPE GERMANY
21 $400 - U.S. plan to help Germany pay WWI reparations What is the Dawes Plan of 1924?
22 Scandal during the Harding Administration; oil company bribes for land
23 $500 - Scandal during the Harding Administration; oil company bribes for land What is the Teapot Dome Scandal?
24 This happened on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929
25 $100 - This happened on Black Tuesday, October 29, 1929 What is the crash of the NYC stock market?
26 Shanty towns named after the president who was blamed for the depression
27 $300 - Shanty towns named after the president who was blamed for the depression What are Hoovervilles?
28 Created by Herbert Hoover, provided emergency loans to banks, railroads, financial institutions
29 $400 - Created by Herbert Hoover, provided emergency loans to banks, railroads, financial institutions What is the Reconstruction Finance Corporation?
30 Created the highest protective tariff in peacetime; failed to improve the economy after the stock market crash
31 $500 - Created the highest protective tariff in peacetime; failed to improve the economy after the stock market crash What is the Smoot-Hawley Tariff of 1930?
32 Franklin D. Roosevelt s plan to help America ascend from the Great Depression
33 $100 - Franklin D. Roosevelt s plan to help America ascend from the Great Depression What is the New Deal?
34 WWI veterans that led protest and rallies against Hoover; gained public sympathy when Hoover ordered the Army to end their protests.
35 $200 - WWI veterans that led protest and rallies against Hoover; gained public sympathy when Hoover ordered the Army to end their protests. What is the Bonus Army?
36 Radio addresses FDR made to the public
37 $200 - Radio addresses FDR made to the public What are fireside chats?
38 Revolutionary New Deal program that established hydroelectric power in Tennessee
39 $300 - Revolutionary New Deal program that established hydroelectric power in Tennessee What is the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)?
41 New Deal act that boosted the growth of labor unions
42 $400 - New Deal act that boosted the growth of labor unions What is the Wagner Act?
43 Supreme Court case that declared some New Deal policies unconstitutional
44 $500 - Supreme Court case that declared some New Deal policies unconstitutional What is Schechter v. United States/Schechter Poultry Corp. v. United States?
45 Commission created to regulate and oversee the stock market
46 $400 - Commission created to regulate and oversee the stock market What is the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?
47 Novel written by John Steinbeck, reflected the 1930 s Dust Bowl
48 $100 - Novel written by John Steinbeck, reflected the 1930 s Dust Bowl What is Grapes of Wrath?
49 New Deal act that provided unemployment insurance and financial assistance for seniors
50 $200 - New Deal act that provided unemployment insurance and financial assistance for seniors What is the Social Security Act?
51 FDR s actions towards this branch of the federal government was not supported by the public and labeled him a dictator.
52 $300 - FDR s actions towards this branch of the federal government was not supported by the public and labeled him a dictator. What is court packing?
54 The book written by Machiavelli that advised rulers on how to gain and maintain power.
55 What is The Prince?
56 American author; voice for the Lost Generation, wrote The Sun Also Rises and Farewell to Arms
57 $500 - American author; voice for the Lost Generation, wrote The Sun Also Rises and Farewell to Arms Who is Ernest Hemingway?
58 Final Jeopardy
59 What were three impacts of the New Deal on the U.S.?
60 Federal gov t becomes the largest employer. Federal gov t becomes much larger. Stimulated the U.S. economy. Increased government intervention /deficit spending. Social reform welfare state (U.S. expected to play a role in financial crises.)
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