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Question: 10 pts. history, true and false questions?
2.The Sacco and Veanzetti case aroused liberal and radical protest because of alleged prejudice by the judge and jury against the atheistic immigrant defendants.
3.The KKK of the 1920's was the strongest of the east and west.
4.The immigration act of 1924 reflected nativist prejudice against the new immigrants from southern and eastern europe.
5. The 18th amendment and the Volstead Act were frequesntly violated, expecially by big-city dwellers and immigrants.
6.The Scopes trial verdict acquitted biology teacher scopes and overturned the Tennessee law prohibiting the teaching of evolution in the schools.
7.The 1920's saw a shift from heavy industrial production toward a mass-consumption economy.
8.Henry Ford's great economic achievement was the production of a cheap, reliable, massproduced automobile.
9.The automobil's large social sand cultural effects in such areas as family life ad gender relations were omparable to its economic importance.
Answer: 2. T
3. F until 1960's during the civil rights movement
5. F 18th amendment banned prohibition
Where is the numbers 1, 9 &10 and is a ten point Question?
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