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WWIathome

World War One B

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Sentenced to 10 years in jail for saying the rich had declared war while the poor had to fight the battles Eugene V. Debs
Headed by Herbert Hoover; raised production while reducing civilian use through "Meatless Tuesdays, Wheatless Wednesdays, and Porkless Saturdays" Food Administration
Composed of representatives of labor, management, and the public; established an 8 hour day for war workers with extra pay for overtime; recognized labor's right to form unions while workers were not allowed to disrupt war production National War Labor Board
This group controlled American propaganda and strengthened popular support for the war Creel Commission
Established in 1917 to mobilize the economy; allocated materials, told manufacturers what to produce, and sometimes fixed prices War Industries Board
Attorney General who capitalized on the Red Scare to investigate radicals and arrest anarchists and socialists A. Mitchell Palmer
Sentenced to death for presumably killing a shoe company paymaster; probably innocent and convicted for being anarchists and aliens Sacco and Vanzetti
1918 legislation that outlawed interference with recruitment, obstruction of bond sales, or speaking out against the US and its involvement in WWI Sedition Act
Instituted the draft Selective Service Act
Headed the War Industries Board Bernard Baruch
Leader of Great Britain during WWI David Lloyd George
Governor of Boston who declared "There is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody, anywhere, any time," during a police strike Calvin Coolidge
Imposed stiff penalties for anti-war activities and allowed the federal government to ban treasonous materials from the mail Espionage Act
Leader of France during WWI Georges Clemenceau
Movement of African Americans from the South to the North in search of jobs in industry Great Migration
Instituted a tax on corporations and wealthy individuals in order to finance the war War Revenue Bills
Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and leader of the "Reservationists;" he led the fight against the ratification of the Treaty of Versailles Henry Cabot Lodge
Created by: betsynewmark