a.Eastern Europeans and Germans fleeing oppression

QUESTION 33

American culture in the 1930s was largely centered around

a.the development of television

b.American musicals, such as Annie Get Your Gun

c.radio programming

d.new forms of art such as photography

QUESTION 34

The main characters in The Jungle are

a.workers in the meat packing industry

b.communists on the run from the American government

c.women trying to support their families

d.reformed communists

QUESTION 35

In The Gibson Girl Goes to College, historian Lynn Gordon argues:

a.American women won the right to vote by proving their physical abilities in sports

b.college was a breeding around for female communists

c.The Gibson Girl recast the image of American women as youthful and vibrant

d.The Gibson Girl inspired Americans to support women’s voting rights

QUESTION 36

The myth of the West

a.touted the West as a dangerous place for most Americans

b.encouraged Americans to believe the West was extremely safe for settlement

c.gave indigenous people a voice in mainstream American culture

d.none of the above

QUESTION 37

Between 1890 and 1920, the most prominent immigrant groups were

a.Eastern Europeans and Germans fleeing oppression

b.Italians and Eastern Europeans

c.Famine-stricken Irish and Italians

d.Irish and Jewish immigrants

QUESTION 38

What is Nativism?

a.opposition to immigrants and immigration

b.late 1890s crime against Native Americans

c.a push for patriotism during WWI by promoting native-born leaders

d.Another term for The Red Scare

QUESTION 39

Sports in early 20th century America

a.were largely limited members of the wealthy class

b.were basically non-existant until 1920

c.were largely limited to cities

d.were increasingly popular

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