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History II

Chapter 20 Section 3

modernism trend that emphasized science and secular values over traditional religious ideas
fundamentalism movement or attitude stressing strict and literal adherence to a set of basic principles
Scopes Trial 1925 trial of a Tennessee school teacher for teaching Darwin's theory of evolution
Clarence Darrow defense attorney in the Scopes Trial
quota system a formula to determine how many immigrants could enter the U.S. annually from a given country
Ku Klux Klan a group violently opposed to Afr. Amer., Jews, Catholics, and immigrants
prohibition a ban on the manufacturer, transport, and sale of alcohol
18th Amendment a 1919 constitutional amendment that established prohibition
Volstead Act a law that gave the gov. power to enforce the 18th Amendment
bootlegger someone who sold illegal alcohol during prohibition
Created by: Hellokitty139