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Ch. 13 Study Guide-2

Ch. 13

Marcus Garvey native of Jamaica who supported black nationalism
Warren G. Harding presidential candidate who called for a return to "normalcy" in 1920
John L. Lewis organized the United Mine Workers Strike
A. Philip Randolph founded the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters
Steel Strike of 1919 armed thugs intimidated participants in this strike that threatened to shut down a major industry
Boston Police Strike participants in this strike threatened the "public safety" according to Calvin Coolidge
Seattle General Strike well organized strike of "muddle-headed foreigners" that helped turn public opinion against organized labor
United Mine Workers Strike resulted in wage increases for its participants
Albert Fall was convicted of receiving bribes during the Teapot Dome Scandal
Alfred E. Smith many Americans opposed him during the election of 1928 because of his Catholic faith.
What did the Socialist party believe in? Collective ownership of industry
What did the Harding administration favor? “Less government in business and more business in government”
What did the Red Scare do for the KKK? Increased tension and intolerance toward different ethnic, and religious groups.
What affect did the immigration laws have on Mexico? The laws had no effect. The U.S. wanted to allow the cheap labor force to enter and work here.
Would the Bursum Bill have increased the power of tribal governments? No. It would allow non-tribal people to purchase tribal lands and weaken the tribes who lived there.
Did Russia have a democratic government after the revolution in 1917? No. They became Communist
Who formed the Socialist Party? Eugene V. Debs
What was the outcome in the Sacco and Vanzetti trial? They were convicted and executed. It upset many Americans because they felt the two men were convicted for what they believed in, rather than a crime they might have committed.
Who did farmers and workers support in the election of 1924? Robert LaFollette
Created by: Luke Rasberry
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