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Chapter 12

The Politics of the Roaring 20's

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Isolationism Remaining apart from political affairs of other countries
Along with murder, what other crime were Sacco and Vanzetti accused of? Robbery
Passed in 1922, this law raised American tariffs on many imported goods in order protect factories and farms. Fordney-McCumber Tariff
How might an anarchist describe the scandals of President Harding's term? The scandals are more proof that all forms of government should be abolished.
How did nativists feel about the Emergency Quota Act of 1921? They felt at fault about it because they didn't restrict immigration enough.
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