U.S. History: EOC Flashback Exercise

U.S. History: EOC Flashback Exercise

U.S. History: EOC Flashback Exercise Unit 8: Roaring 20s and New Deal 1. Which of the following was considered a flapper? A. a fundamentalist criticizing evolution B. a woman of the 20s challenging traditional gender roles C. a writer rebelling against 20s materialism D. an urban male enjoying the citys nightlife

2. The phrase Red Scare refers to what? A. the fear African Americans and immigrants felt concerning the Ku Klux Klan B. the nations fear that a Communist revolution could occur in the United States C. the fear immigrants felt concerning postwar nativism D. the fear many reformers felt when Prohibition was repealed 3. Someone who buys stock for less that what it is worth, then borrows the difference in hopes of making money is doing what?

A. B. C. D. undermining laissez-faire economics engaging in mass production buying on margin breaking the law 4. Franklin Roosevelts plan for economic relief

and recovery was called what? A. B. C. D. deficit relief the first hundred days the Court-packing Scheme the New Deal 5. Which of the following was enacted to

protect bank deposits? A. B. C. D. FDIC TVA WPA the Wagner Act 6. What was significant about FDRs fireside

chats? A. They marked the first time that a president effectively used radio. B. They sparked controversy by suggesting the nation was in a depression. C. They called for an end to direct relief and deficit spending. D. They helped FDR defeat Calvin Coolidge. 7. Which of the following programs created during the Great Depression is not an example of direct relief to the American people?

A. B. C. D. Works Progress Administration Social Security Act Securities and Exchange Commission Civilian Conservation Corps 8. The best day of my life was when they passed

Prohibition. Before that, I was struggling to make enough money to even eat. But nowI cant count it all, the money rolls in so fast. Hey, a mans gonna drink. All I do is supply what people want. Can I sleep with myself at night? You bet I can. The above quote is most likely from whom? A. B. C. D.

a speakeasy a union worker a fundamentalist a bootlegger 1. Which of the following was considered a flapper? A. a fundamentalist criticizing evolution. B. a woman of the 20s challenging traditional gender roles C. a writer rebelling against 20s materialism D. an urban male enjoying the citys nightlife

2. The phrase Red Scare refers to what? A. the fear African Americans and immigrants felt concerning the Ku Klux Klan B. the nations fear that a Communist revolution could occur in the United States C. the fear immigrants felt concerning postwar nativism D. the fear many reformers felt when Prohibition was repealed 3. Someone who buys stock for less that what it is worth, then

borrows the difference in hopes of making money is doing what? A. B. C. D. undermining laissez-faire economics engaging in mass production buying on margin breaking the law

4. Franklin Roosevelts plan for economic relief and recovery was called what? A. B. C. D. deficit relief the first hundred days the Court-packing Scheme the New Deal

5. Which of the following was enacted to protect bank deposits? A. B. C. D. FDIC TVA WPA the Wagner Act

6. What was significant about FDRs fireside chats? A. They marked the first time that a president effectively used radio. B. They sparked controversy by suggesting the nation was in a depression. C. They called for an end to direct relief and deficit spending. D. They helped FDR defeat Calvin Coolidge. 7. Which of the following programs created during the Great Depression is not an example of direct relief to the American

people? A. B. C. D. Works Progress Administration Social Security Act Securities and Exchange Commission Civilian Conservation Corps

8. The best day of my life was when they passed Prohibition. Before that, I was struggling to make enough money to even eat. But nowI cant count it all, the money rolls in so fast. Hey, a mans gonna drink. All I do is supply what people want. Can I sleep with myself at night? You bet I can. The above quote is most likely from whom? A. B. C. D.

a speakeasy a union worker a fundamentalist a bootlegger 9. Which of the following statements most accurately describes the plight of U.S. farmers during the 1920s? A. They enjoyed prosperity like much of the nation. B. They maintained the same level of economic

stability during the war. C. They suffered because of Congress refusal to pass Coolidges programs. D. They suffered because of falling prices brought about by overproduction. 10. The 1920 census revealed for the first time most A. men worked in manufacturing. B. adult women were employed outside the home. C. Americans lived in cities.

D. Americans lived west of the Mississippi River. 11. Jazz music was developed by A. B. C. D. European immigrants. American blacks. Native Americans. American teenagers.

12. The most pressing problem facing Franklin D. Roosevelt when he became president was A. B. C. D. a chaotic banking situation. the national debt. Japanese expansion in the Pacific. large-scale unemployment.

13. Senator Huey P. Long of Louisiana gained national popularity by A. advocating social justice for all. B. blaming Jews for the Depression. C. promising every American family a minimum income of $5000. D. supporting a $200 per month old-age pension. 14. The National Labor Relations Act proved most beneficial to

A. B. C. D. unskilled laborers. employers. the unemployed. members of the armed forces. 15. President Roosevelts failed Court-packing scheme reflected his desire to make the Supreme Court

A. B. C. D. more conservative. more independent of Congress. more sympathetic to New Deal programs. less burdened with appellate cases. 16. Franklin Roosevelts New Deal programs

A. B. C. D. failed to end the Great Depression. provided no relief for the poor. eliminated the national debt. limited segregation. 9. Which of the following statements most accurately describes the plight of U.S. farmers during the 1920s?

A. They enjoyed prosperity like much of the nation. B. They maintained the same level of economic stability during the war. C. They suffered because of Congress refusal to pass Coolidges programs. D. They suffered because of falling prices brought about by overproduction. 10. The 1920 census revealed for the first time most

A. men worked in manufacturing. B. adult women were employed outside the home. C. Americans lived in cities. D. Americans lived west of the Mississippi River. 11. Jazz music was developed by A. B. C. D.

European immigrants. American blacks. Native Americans. American teenagers. 12. The most pressing problem facing Franklin D. Roosevelt when he became president was A. B. C. D.

a chaotic banking situation. the national debt. Japanese expansion in the Pacific. large-scale unemployment. 13. Senator Huey P. Long of Louisiana gained national popularity by A. advocating social justice for all. B. blaming Jews for the Depression. C. promising every American family a minimum income of $5000. D. supporting a $200 per month old-age

pension. 14. The National Labor Relations Act proved most beneficial to A. B. C. D. unskilled laborers. employers. the unemployed.

members of the armed forces. 15. President Roosevelts failed Court-packing scheme reflected his desire to make the Supreme Court A. B. C. D. more conservative. more independent of Congress.

more sympathetic to New Deal programs. less burdened with appellate cases. 16. Franklin Roosevelts New Deal programs A. B. C. D. failed to end the Great Depression. provided no relief for the poor. eliminated the national debt.

limited segregation.

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