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A British passenger ship was sunk by a German U-boat in this incident.Lusitania
75.5%
Democratic president who tried to uphold neutrality in WWI. Fourteen points.Woodrow Wilson
58.2%
Intercepted message from the German foreign secretary to Mexico, calling for Mexico to join the Central Powers. Created anti-German sentiment in the US.Zimmerman Note
58.2%
He wrote The Great Gatsby, criticizing the American life. F. Scott Fitzgerald
57.3%
The international peacekeeping organization proposed by the Fourteen Points. The US never joined.League of Nations
56.7%
1919. Ended WWI. Germany took full responsibility. The US rejected this treaty.Treaty of Versailles
55.5%
Warren Harding’s campaign promise, referring to life before WWI. He wanted to return to this.Normalcy
53.6%
He was a prominent member of the prosecution in the “Monkey Trial”.William Jennings Bryan
53.6%
Wilson’s attempt at a just and lasting peace. Called for a League of Nations, among others.Fourteen Points
51.8%
The taciturn politician who became president upon the death of the president before him. He won the 1924 election as well.Calvin Coolidge
51.8%
Popular film of 1915 that depicted Reconstruction as a moral struggle between rampaging blacks and a chivalrous KKK. Birth of a Nation
46.4%
The 29th president, and a Republican. He died in office.Warren Harding
46.4%
She, a public health nurse, played a major role in the public acceptance of birth control.Margaret Sanger
44.5%
It was passed in 1918. It forbade all anti-US or anti-war messages.Sedition Act
42.7%
In which a shoemaker and a fish peddler were arrested for robbery and murder. They were self-proclaimed anarchists, and were denied a fair trial as a result.Sacco and Vanzetti
42.7%
Discussed the horrible sides of war, in response to WWI. Wrote A Farewell to Arms.Ernest Hemingway
40%
Allied leaders at the Paris Peace Conference. Included Wilson, Clemenceau, David Lloyd Geroge, and Vittorio Orlando.The Big Four
39.1%
The German government promised the US it would stop targeting passenger ships without warning. Rescinded in 1917.Sussex Pledge
38.2%
This president encouraged businessmen to run their enterprises in a way that would benefit the public. Herbert Hoover
38.2%
Description ID % Correct
Wilson’s political rival and the leader of the Reservationists.Henry Cabot Lodge
37.3%
He challenged the constitutionality of a law that prohibited anything denying the Bible from being taught. Led to a controversial court case.John T Scopes
37.3%
In 1924, government oil reserves were secretly leased without competitive building. A cabinet officer was convicted of taking thousands of dollars in bribes.Teapot Dome Scandal
36.4%
Established in 1917, it forbade mail that was anti-war.Espionage Act
35.5%
This group would only accept the treaty if it added certain reservations, such as amending Article X. Reservationists
34.5%
Lawyer and leader of the American Civil Liberties Union. Represented the defendant in the “Monkey Trial”.Clarence Darrow
34.5%
This act was written to enforce prohibition. Federal agents could investigate and prosecute violators.Volstead Act
33.7%
This agreement condemned militarism and was signed by 15 nations in 1928. It was an attempt at world peace.Kellogg-Briand Pact
32.7%
1921. Restricted immigration into the US by setting limits on it.Emergency Quota Act
30%
Harding’s Secretary of the Treasury. He wrote a tax cut that undid the wartime revenue acts.Andrew Mellon
29.1%
Herbert Hoover headed this division. Food rations and voluntary food conservation.Food Administration
28.2%
The Head of the Committee on Public Information. He was also a progressive muckraker.George Creel
27.3%
Headed by Bernard Baruch. It improved efficiency by setting prices and controlling the flow of raw materials.War Industries Board
25.5%
Attorney general who initiated raids on suspected anarchists. A bomb was detonated near his townhouse.Mitchell Palmer
24.5%
1924. Further restricted Southern and Eastern European immigrants; prohibited immigration of Middle Easterners, East Asians, and Asian Indians.Immigration Quota Act
23.6%
First American writer to be awarded the Nobel Prize in literature. Strong characterizations of modern working women.Sinclair Lewis
19.1%
Would not accept the League of Nations under any circumstances. William Borah, Hiram Johnson, Robert La Follette.Irreconciliables
18.2%
Passed in 1922. It aimed to promote economic nationalism, but made it difficult for other countries to repay their debts to America.Fordney-McCumber Tariff
18.2%
In 1921, Britain, US, Japan, Italy, and France agreed to limit their navies in accordance to the ratio of 5:5:3:1.75:1.75.Washington Naval Arms Conference
10%

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