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Chapter 13 S.G.

Chapter 13 Study Guide.

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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
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
The Socialist party believed in collective ownership of industry
The Harding administration favored business
The Equal Rights Amendment was opposed by many reformers
Which of the following statement about the Ku Klux Klan is NOT TRUE? lost many members during the Red Scare
Mexicans were not affected by a 1921 law that limited immigration to the United States. True
The Bursum Bill would have increased the power of tribal governments. False
The revolution in Russia in 1917 established a democratic government False
Labor leader Eugene Debs formed the Socialist Party. True
A jury found Sacco and Vanzetti not guilty of murder. False
In 1924 Congress granted citizenship to all American Indians. True
Was convicted of receiving bribes during the Tea pot Dome Scandal. Albert Fall
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