Fundamentalism and the Scopes Trial. Fundamentalism.
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1.Who was the pastor of Riverside Church in New York and the most influential spokesman for liberal Protestantism in the 1920s?
2.What was the outcome of the 1925 Scopes Trial in Dayton, Ohio?
A. stalled in Congress over claims that other spending priorities had to come first.
B. never got beyond the planning stages.
C. got involved in many controversial projects that led Congress to withdraw funding in less than two years.
D. left a substantial legacy of artistic and cultural production.
A. A demonstration of the political power of radio.
B. Liberal reform ideas.
C. Attacks on politicians as tools of special interests.
D. A desire for increased federal involvement in people's lives.
A. fizzled out during the 1936 election campaign when FDR's election appeared certain.
B. attracted millions of voters and could have proven disastrous to FDR.
C. ended when he was elected to the U.S. Senate.
D. was supported by FDR as a way to split the Republican vote.
A. declare a four-day bank holiday to shore up the banking system.
B. have Congress create the Reconstruction Finance Corporation.
C. set up the Temporary Emergency Relief Administration.
D. establish the President's Emergency Committee for Unemployment.