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Chapter 13 Quiz

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1.

The 1920 census revealed that most Americans chose to live in

 

(A)

urban areas

 

(B)

small towns

 

(C)

farming communities

 

(D)

suburban areas

  

2.

American fundamentalists opposed educators teaching

 

(A)

creationism

 

(B)

evolution

 

(C)

religion

 

(D)

civics

  

3.

Trends of the 1920s were most likely to decrease women's employment in

 

(A)

agriculture

 

(B)

trade

 

(C)

transportation

 

(D)

manufacturing

  

4.

The first solo transatlantic flight was made by

 

(A)

Babe Ruth

 

(B)

F. Scott Fitzgerald

 

(C)

Charles Lindbergh

 

(D)

Amelia Earhart

  

5.

The Harlem Renaissance was an expression of

 

(A)

jazz and the blues

 

(B)

1920s New York life

 

(C)

racial discrimination

 

(D)

African-American culture

  
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