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JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

APPLAUSE


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THIS is the man who made the automobile affordable for more the rich by revolutionizing the production of automobiles using an assembly line process

20-3


Who is Henry Ford?

100

20-3


This is the man who was the first person to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean

20-3


Who isCharles Lindbergh?

200

20-3


THIS is the phrase defines a type of buying that enabled people to buy goods over an extended period, without having to put down much money at the time of purchase.pay as you go; buy now pay later; CREDIT

20-3


What is the Installment plan?

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20-3


THESE are the 3 20s era Presidents & all three belonged to THIS political party

20-3


Who are HardingCoolidgeHoover?What is the Republican Party ?

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20-3


THIS famous painter of the 1920s produced intensely colored canvases that captured the grandeur of New York

21-3


Who is Georgia OKeeffe?

500

21-3


THIS is the name given to a group of young writers that emerged after World War I who were so soured by American culture that they chose to settle in Europe , mainly Paris and presented an agonized view of society that seemed stripped of humanity in their writing.

21-3


What isthe Lost Generation ?

100

21-3


THIS was the name given to the dance that

Epitomized the dance craze of the 1920s

21-3


What isthe Charleston?

200

21-3


THIS is the name of the plane that Charles Lindbergh made the first solo flight across the Atlantic in in 1927.

21-3


What isthe Spirit of St. Louis?

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21-3


THIS is the name of the woman poet of the 1920s that wrote poems celebrating youth and a life of independence and freedom from traditional constraints . Her most famous poem written in 1920 was called First Fig :My candle burns at both ends;It will not last the night; But ah, my foes, and oh my friends-It gives a lovely light!

21-3


Who is Edna St. Vincent Millay ?

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21-3


THIS man was a towering figure of the Harlem Renaissance who often imbued his poetry with the rhythms of jazz and blues

21-3


Who isLangston Hughes?

500

21-3


Who is?

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This man was the first to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, from New York to Paris.


Who is Charles Lindbergh?

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Daily Double


THIS is one of the economic troubles that contributed to the Great Depression of the 1930s. It describes the fact that the 1920s were an era that favored big business. Life was good for the rich . They made up just 0.1 percent of the population and had yearly incomes of more thatn $100,000. Most of the population had to scrape to get by. Many earles so little that everyone in the family , including children had to work . Nearly 80% of all familis had no savings. THIS made the prosperity of the era rest on a fragile foundation of a small % of the population with the means to purchase the goods produced.

22-1


What isUneven Distribution of Income ?

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22-1


The unrestrained buying and selling of stocks in the 1920s that will lead to the 1929 crash was fueled by the easy money available to investors through loans. This method of investing for speculation using the easy money is known as THIS.

22-1


What isbuying on margin= buying stock with credit (borrowed money) ?

400

22-1


October 29,1929 is the day that the stock market crashed . It is know as THIS

22-1


What isBlack Tuesday?

500

22-1


What?

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What are?

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THESE are the four factors that your textbook cites as the main causes of the Great Depression.

22-1


What are:1. tariffs & war debt policies that cut down the foreing market for American goods2. a crisis in the gram sector3. the availability of easy credit 4. an unequal distribution of income?

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22-1


The name given to the region on the Great Plains including Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Colorado that the drought of the 1930s hit hardest . Caused evictions and thousands of farmers and sharecroppers to leave their land behind.

22-2


What is the Dust Bowl ?

400

22-2


Some of the migrants forced from their land headed to California. These migrant workers were known as THIS that originally referred to the state from which they came but came to be used negatively for all migrants.

22-2


What wereOkies?

500

22-2


THIS is the name given to the period from 1929 to 1940 in which the economy plummeted and unemployment skyrocketed

22-2


What isThe Great Depression?

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During the early years of the Great Depression, as many as 300,000 transients wandered the country , hitching rides on railroad boxcars ( riding the rails) and sleeping under bridges. These poor, homeless transients were called THIS

22-2


What were hoboes ?

200

22-2


Daily Double


THIS man was President of the United States

when the stock market crashed and the Great Depression began

22-3


Who isPresident Herbert Hoover?

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THIS is the phrase used to describe an idea/value held by President Herbert Hoover that people should succeed on their own efforts , take care of themselves rather than depend on the government to bail them out. He believed that handouts would weaken peoples self respect and moral fiber and caused him to oppose any form of federal welfare or direct relief for the needy.

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What isrugged individualism?

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THIS is the one public works project that President Hoover approved that did make a positive difference during the Depression.

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What is the governments building Boulder Dam (later named Hoover Dam)(the govt would pay for the project from the profits from sales of the electric power that the dam would generate.)

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Who is?

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Because homeless people during the depression often used newspapers to wrap themselves in- newspapers became known as THIS

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What were Hoover Blankets?

200

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The shantytowns in American cities were called THIS as direct slap at the presidents policies

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What areHoovervilles?

300

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THIS was the name given to the 10,000+ World War veterans and their families who came to the nations capital to support the Patman Bill under debate in Congress that would authorize the government to pay a bonus to World War I veterans immediately rather than it was originally scheduled to be paid (1945).

22-3


What is the Bonus Army ?

400

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THESE are the two direct intervention actions Hoover took while he was president to deal with the problems of the Great Depression.

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What is1. the Federal Home Loan Bank Act2.Reconstruction Finance Corporation ? Critics called these measure the rich mans dole

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FINAL JEOPARDY


Current Events


THIS man is the current Vice President of the United States


Who is Dick Cheney?


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