Quiz Me! - Events: Roaring 20s Test your knowledge about events in the Roaring 20s era! 1 / 10 What was a major cause of the Palmer Raids? Roosevelt’s Big Stick policy Anger over the verdict in the Scopes trial American’s fear of communism Communism’s rapid spread across Europe 2 / 10 What happened as a result of Russia’s withdrawal from World War I? Germany stopped using their unrestricted submarine warfare strategy. Germany only had to fight the war on one front. The U.S. supported the new Soviet government. The Americans immediately entered the war on the side of the Allies. 3 / 10 Which place in New York City attracted vaudeville musicians, actors, and dancers who hoped to audition and sell their acts and music? Hip Hop Alley The Cotton Club Apollo Club Tin Pan Alley 4 / 10 Which title best explains the factors above? Stock Market Crash Plessy v. Ferguson The Great Migration Dawes Act 5 / 10 What is the best title for the list above? The Teapot Dome Scandal Effects of the Russian Revolution The Palmer Raids and the First Red Scare The Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Causes Unrest 6 / 10 Why was the Scopes Trial significant? It caused the defendant to lose his job. It pitted traditional values against modern science. It sent Harding’s Cabinet members to prison. It prohibited deportation of immigrants. 7 / 10 What was the significance of the Great Migration? Congress passed the Chinese Exclusion Act due to the influx of immigrants from Asia. U.S. demographics changed drastically when African Americans moved north for industrial jobs. Officials deported Mexican immigrants during the Great Depression. Nativism developed as a result of the number of Eastern European immigrants in the 1880s. 8 / 10 Which best represents the nativist tensions that existed in the United States in the 1920s? Plessy v. Ferguson Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Scopes Trial Schenck v. U.S. 9 / 10 Which city is best known for being the home of Tin Pan Alley? New Orleans Chicago New York Nashville 10 / 10 Which statement best describes the significance of Sacco and Vanzetti. Nativism prompted the arrest, trial and execution of two Italian immigrants believed to be anarchists. The men were the first of a group of suspected radicals deported during the Palmer Raids. Members of the Harding administration accepted bribes from oil companies and went to prison. The two planned to stage a successful communist revolution in the United States. Your score is Try another 10!