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Chapter 13

American History

Marcus Garvey A leader in a mass movement call Pan- Africanism.
Warren G. Harding Republican Party leader nominated him for the presidency election. And he won the election of 1920.
John L. Lewis John L. Lewis was the UMW president and his experience with coal mining was good in the fact that he set up the strike.
A. Philip Randolph A leader in the Civil Rights Movement, the American labor movement, and socialist political parties.
Steel Strike of 1919 Strike-365,000 mostly immigrants walked off the job. Protested long hours and low wages. The massive walkout threatened to shut down the steel industry. Brought in many other people to fill in the strikers place.
Boston Police Strike 19 officers were fired for union communication. Which led to the strike of 75% of Boston police force. It was two nights of violence. Most of those officer were fired and replaced by unemployment veterans
Seattle General Strike 35,000 workers walked off the job. They demanded higher wages and shorter hours. The strike ended peacefully and lasted for 5 days. The never got what they wanted but showed others to stand for what was right.
United Mine Workers Strike 400,000 coal miners walked out of the mines. Demand a 50 cent pay increase, a five work day with 6 hour days. John L. Lewis was the UMW president and his experience with coal mining was good in the fact that he set up the strike.
Albert Fall Secretary of the Interior, persuaded Edwin Denboy to transfer control of naval oil reserves to his department.
Alfred E. Smith American politician who was elected Governor of New York four times and was the Democratic U.S. presidential candidate in 1928.
well organized strike of "muddle-headed foreigners" that helped turn public opinion against organized labor Seattle General Strike
presidential candidate who called for a return to "normalcy" in 1920 Warren G. Harding
organized the United Mine Workers Strike John L. Lewis
was convicted of receiving bribes during the Teapot Dome Scandal Albert Fall
participants in this strike threatened the "public safety" according to Calvin Coolidge Boston Police Strike
many Americans opposed him during the election of 1928 because of his Catholic faith Alfred E. Smith
native of Jamaica who supported black nationalism Marcus Garvey
armed thugs intimidated participants in this strike that threatened to shut down a major industry Steel Strike of 1919
founded the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters A. Philip Randolph
resulted in wage increases for its participants United Mine Workers Strike
What did the Socialist party believe in? collective ownership of industry
What did the Harding administration favor? favored business.
What did the Red Scare do for the KKK? made people scared for a communist usa.
What affect did the immigration laws have on Mexico? limited the amount of illegals coming into the country.
Would the Bursum Bill have increased the power of tribal governments? No
Did Russia have a democratic government after the revolution in 1917? No
Who formed the Socialist Party? Eugene V. Debs
What was the outcome in the Sacco and Vanzetti trial? Because they had little evidence on the murder, many believe they founded them guilty based on religion.
Who did farmers and workers support in the election of 1924? Calvin Coolidge.
Created by: Joe Montez
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