Quiz Me! - Era: Roaring 20's Test your knowledge about the Roaring 20's! 1 / 10 Which of the following are associated with the development of American Jazz? Tennessee, John Scopes, Clarence Darrow Chicago, Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois The Cotton Club, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong Tin Pan Alley, Nicola Sacco, Mitchell Palmer 2 / 10 What is the best title for the list above? The Palmer Raids and the First Red Scare The Teapot Dome Scandal The Sacco and Vanzetti Trial Causes Unrest Effects of the Russian Revolution 3 / 10 What was a major cause of the Palmer Raids? Communism’s rapid spread across Europe American’s fear of communism Roosevelt’s Big Stick policy Anger over the verdict in the Scopes trial 4 / 10 Which city is best known for being the home of Tin Pan Alley? New York Nashville New Orleans Chicago 5 / 10 Which best completes the outline above? The Tin Pan Alley Movement America’s Great Artist Community 1920s and the Harlem Renaissance 1950s and the Beatnik Movement 6 / 10 Clarence Darrow was both a lawyer and civil rights advocate. He became notable because of his defense of a public school teacher accused of violating the Butler Act. Darrow’s arguments are considered a landmark defense of the First Amendment Fifth Amendment Sixth Amendment Eighth Amendment 7 / 10 Why was the Scopes Trial significant? It pitted traditional values against modern science. It sent Harding’s Cabinet members to prison. It prohibited deportation of immigrants. It caused the defendant to lose his job. 8 / 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 Apollo Club The Cotton Club Tin Pan Alley 9 / 10 What was the significance of the Great Migration? Officials deported Mexican immigrants during the Great Depression. U.S. demographics changed drastically when African Americans moved north for industrial jobs. Nativism developed as a result of the number of Eastern European immigrants in the 1880s. Congress passed the Chinese Exclusion Act due to the influx of immigrants from Asia. 10 / 10 What effect did Henry Ford’s improvements in the automobile industry have on the nation? 15 million Model Ts drastically improved the distribution of goods in the marketplace. It kicked off a series of strikes because of Ford’s unfair treatment of his workers. Americans could live and travel wherever they wanted with the development of suburbs. The increase in the number of automobiles on the road created a need for public transportation in large cities. Your score is Try another 10!