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8.1-8.3 Test: The 1920s

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  • Q1
    What was Warren G. Harding's campaign slogan?
    Change we can believe in
    Progress and reform
    A return to normalcy
    Make America great again
  • Q2
    What was the purpose of the Fordney-McCumber Tariff Act signed by Harding?
    To lower tariffs and promote free trade
    To protect American industries by raising tariffs
    To reduce government regulation
    To encourage international cooperation
  • Q3
    Who were the members of the 'Ohio Gang'?
    Harding's cabinet and political associates
    Harding's political opponents
    Journalists investigating government corruption
    Veterans' Bureau officials
  • Q4
    What was the nickname given to President Harding's informal group of advisors?
    The Teapot Dome Scandal
    The Poker Cabinet
    The Kitchen Cabinet
    The Progressive Reformers
  • Q5
    What was the Teapot Dome Scandal?
    A scandal involving the sale of surplus military supplies
    A fraudulent scheme within the Veterans' Bureau
    A bribery and corruption scandal involving federal oil reserves
    A corruption scandal in the Department of Justice
  • Q6
    Who was involved in the Teapot Dome Scandal?
    Calvin Coolidge
    Albert B. Fall
    Harry M. Daugherty
    Charles R. Forbes
  • Q7
    What scandal revealed mismanagement within the Veterans' Bureau?
    The Veterans' Bureau Scandal
    The Department of Justice Scandal
    The Teapot Dome Scandal
    The Ohio Gang Scandal
  • Q8
    Who was the Secretary of the Interior involved in the Teapot Dome Scandal?
    Albert B. Fall
    Harry M. Daugherty
    Charles R. Forbes
    Calvin Coolidge
  • Q9
    Which government official faced allegations of corruption in the Department of Justice Scandal?
    Albert B. Fall
    Calvin Coolidge
    Charles R. Forbes
    Harry M. Daugherty
  • Q10
    Who won the 1924 presidential election?
    John W. Davis
    Warren G. Harding
    Robert La Follette
    Calvin Coolidge
  • Q11
    Which of the following industries saw a surge in production in the 1920s?
  • Q12
    What were the key industries in the 1920s?
    Banking, Insurance, Real estate
    Technology, Energy, Healthcare
    Automobiles, Steel, Chemicals, Consumer goods
    Agriculture, Textile, Mining
  • Q13
    What was the significance of Henry Ford's assembly line?
    It decreased efficiency
    It revolutionized the automotive industry
    It had no impact on manufacturing
    It increased the cost of production
  • Q14
    Which automobile was the first affordable option for the middle class?
    Model X
    Model T
    Model A
    Model B
  • Q15
    What led to the shift from a wartime economy to a peacetime consumer-driven economy in the 1920s?
    The Great Depression
    Advancements in technology and machinery
    World War I
    Increased agricultural production

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