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Double Jeopardy

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Double Jeopardy

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  1. Double Jeopardy

  2. Choice1 Choice 2 Choice 3 Choice 4 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000

  3. Row 1, Col 1 This program was created in the New Deal that still accounts for a large share of federal spending. Social Security

  4. 1,2 This 1927 motion picture synchronized sound motion pictures. This represents the advancement of technology following WWI. The Jazz Singer

  5. 1,3 Many people moved to California from the Great Plains to escape this. Dust Bowl

  6. 1,4 One effect of this law was that employers were prohibited from interfering in workers’ efforts to unionize. Wagner Act (1935)

  7. 2,1 This was a period of musical, artistic, and literary productivity among African Americans in NYC. Harlem Renaissance

  8. 2,2 One result of this in the 1930’s was the generation of affordable electricity in rural areas of the south. Tennessee Valley Authority

  9. 2,3 The PRIMARY goal of Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points was to prevent another one of these. Another International War

  10. 2,4 The United States gained control of the land to build this by encouraging and supporting Panamanian independence Panama Canal

  11. 3,1 After the Civil War, a number of Southern states passed these which were intended to place political, economic, and social limits on Black people in the South. Black Codes

  12. 3,2 Congress wanted to impeach this President because he violated the Tenure of Office Act. President Andrew Johnson

  13. 3,3 He was the founder of The American Federation of Labor in the late nineteenth century, attempting to organize skilled workers to resist abuses by management. Samuel Gompers

  14. 3,4 This was Founded by Jane Addams in 1889 in Chicago and was intended to provide services to newly-arrived immigrants to the U.S. Hull House

  15. 4,1 Congress passed this law in 1882 because many Americans resented Chinese immigrants who worked for lower wages than Americans. Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)

  16. 4,2 This term refers to the popular name for shanty towns that were common during the Great Depression. “Hoovervilles”

  17. 4,3 This was written by Upton Sinclair with the purpose to expose the poor working conditions of immigrant workers. The Jungle

  18. 4,4 This amendment to the Constitution mostly affected women of the United States. 19th Amendment

  19. 5,1 The direct election of U.S. Senators, women’s suffrage, and greater government regulation of large industries were all issues of importance in the early 1900’s to these people. Progressives

  20. 5,2 This political platform greatly increased the size and importance of the national government during the Great Depression. The New Deal

  21. 5,3 This addition to the Monroe Doctrine called for intervening in Latin American nations that could not pay their debts to European creditors. The Roosevelt Corollary

  22. 5,4 This was legislation that gave the federal government the right to deport citizens and to silence criticism of the government. Alien and Sedition Acts

  23. Final Jeopardy

  24. Monroe Doctrine

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