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America after World War I Lesson Quiz

Quiz by John Browning

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  • Q1
    What was the goal of the women's suffrage movement?
    win women the right to vote
  • Q2
    Why did women suffragists oppose the 15th Amendment, which gave black men the right to vote?
    the amendment did not grant women the right to vote
  • Q3
    How did women bring attention to the suffrage cause?
    parades, marches, protests
  • Q4
    Why did President Wilson support the women's suffrage movement?
    women had strengthened the war effort
  • Q5
    What was the significance of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution?
    women were given the right to vote
  • Q6
    Why were many Americans in favor of Prohibition, or the banning of alcohol?
    it was blamed on high crime rates, abusive husbands, and broken families
  • Q7
    How were gangsters, like Al Capone, able to avoid being arrested by law enforcement?
    Gangsters bribed politicians, cops, and federal agents
  • Q8
    What was the significance of the 18th Amendment?
    The 18th Amendment banned the sale and distribution of alcohol
  • Q9
    Name two negative effects of Prohibition.
    the economy suffered; organized crime increased
  • Q10
    How was Prohibition brought to an end in 1933?
    the 21st Amendment

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