This is a copy from the pre-Cumulative Exam maybe... oh well. •which best states how the scopes trial ended? a. scopes changed his plea to not guilty, and won the case. b. scopes lost and appealed to the tennessee supreme court. c. scopes changed his plea to guilty, and was convicted. (correct answer) d. scopes lost and appealed to the us supreme court. •as a result of the teapot dome scandal, the public lost faith in the federal government’s oversight of a. businesses. (correct answer) b. the stock market. c. agriculture. d. banks. •the main reason alcohol abuse caught the attention of the public in the early 1900s was an increase in a. the number of men expressing concern about alcohol. b. concern for improving cleanliness and hygiene in cities. c. concern by young families for improving their lives. d. the negative social effects of excessive drinking. (correct answer) •a pull factor that caused african americans to migrate north in the early 1900s was a. jim crow laws. b. guaranteed jobs. c. higher wages. (correct answer) d. integration. •the aspects of a specific location that make people want to move there are called a. migrations. b. barriers. c. pull factors. (correct answer) d. push factors. •which statement best explains the relationship between new forms of entertainment in the 1920s and the fads of the era? a. the rebellion of the 1920s was a fad that ended when radio became more available. b. the entertainment industry was built on a fad that later became a solid business. c. the availability of radio and film helped spread the word about new fads. (correct answer) d. the new forms of entertainment were fads that changed with the times. •which best describes how calvin coolidge’s presidency was different from warren g. harding’s presidency? a. it had several bribery scandals. b. it had several investment scandals. c. it had several oil scandals. d. it had no major scandals. (correct answer) •two women who were writers during the in the 1920

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