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Chapter 12 Quiz

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1.

In 1920s America, immigrants were often treated with

 

(A)

suspicion

 

(B)

acceptance

 

(C)

indifference

 

(D)

disgust

  

2.

Postwar striking workers were often portrayed as

 

(A)

heroes

 

(B)

communists

 

(C)

ingrates

 

(D)

beggars

  

3.

Some of Harding's chief administrators negatively impacted his administration through their

 

(A)

acceptance of bribes

 

(B)

social behavior

 

(C)

job performance

 

(D)

friendships

  

4.

The U.S. government supported the automobile by subsidizing

 

(A)

gasoline prices

 

(B)

car purchases

 

(C)

Highway 66 construction

 

(D)

plant improvements

  

5.

The slogan 'Enjoy while you pay' lured consumers into

 

(A)

spending money frivolously

 

(B)

overpaying for products

 

(C)

living 'the good life'

 

(D)

buying items on credit

  
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