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  1. Jeopardy! Begin

  2. 1920s 1920sAgain Effects of WWI Hoover/ FDR FDR Populism $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  3. Laws and Acts Imperialism Imperialism II Progressive Reform Wilson WWI $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $600 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $800 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000 $1000

  4. Final Jeopardy World War I

  5. The formation of this, from Wilson’s Fourteen Points, caused the Republican Congress the most issue. League of Nations

  6. 1920s - $100This was provoked by the public’s association of labor violence with its fear of revolution. C1-$100 The Red Scare

  7. 1920s - $200This group was fundamentalist, opposed to birth control, & anti-Catholic. C1-$200 Ku Klux Klan

  8. 1920s - $300This Amendment outlawed the manufacture, sale, and transport of liquor. C1-$300 18th Amendment: Prohibition

  9. 1920s - $400Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan were counsel in which landmark court case? C1-$400 The Scopes (Monkey) Trial

  10. 1920s - $500This was the issue at the center of the Scopes Trial. C1-$500 Teaching Evolution

  11. 1920s Again- $100Job opportunities for this sector of the population consisted of few low-paying opportunities. C2-$100 women

  12. 1920s Again - $200This mean purchasing stock with a small down payment. C2-$400 Buying “on margin”

  13. 1920s Again - $300He was the founder of the United Negro Improvement Association, which promoted the resettlement of Blacks in Africa. C2-$300 Marcus Garvey

  14. 1920s Again - $400This scandal involved the corrupt mishandling of naval oil reserves. C2-$200 Teapot Dome Scandal

  15. 1920s Again - $500Andrew Mellon, secretary of treasury, placed the tax burden on this section of the population. C2-$500 Middle class

  16. Effects of WWI - $100They argued their WWI loan repayments should be forgiven because they had given in lives, instead of money. C3-$100 Allies (Britain/France)

  17. Effects of WWI - $200The French and British demanded these from Germany, in order to repay their own debts. C3-$200 War Reparation Payments

  18. Effects of WWI - $300They marched on Washington, D.C. in 1932 to demand immediate full payment of bonus payments for service in WWI. C3-$300 Bonus Expeditionary Force

  19. Effects of WWI - $400This pact outlawed war to solve international rivalries. C3-$400 Kellogg-Briand Pact

  20. Effects of WWI - $500After WWI, the United States tended toward policies of isolationism, except in this region of the world. C3-$500 Latin America

  21. Hoover/FDR - $100This act lent money to farmers to help them organize producers’ cooperatives. C4-$100 Federal Farm Board

  22. Hoover/FDR - $200He was against giving direct aid to the people to relieve the Great Depression. C3-$300 Hoover

  23. Hoover/FDR - $300This provided government loans to banks, businesses, and state/local governments. C3-$400 Reconstruction Finance Corporation

  24. DAILY DOUBLE

  25. Hoover/FDR - $200This act by the US deepened the global depression. C3-200 Hawley-Smoot Tariff

  26. Hoover/FDR - $500She was a “champion of the dispossessed” during Roosevelt’s term. C3-$500 Eleanor Roosevelt

  27. FDR - $100This phrase refers to the first months of FDR’s presidency. C4-$100 “Hundred Days”

  28. FDR - $200This act failed because it required too much self-sacrifice on the part of industry, labor, and the public. C4-$200 National Recovery Act (NRA)

  29. FDR - $300This proposed to solve the “farm problem” by reducing agricultural production. C4-$300 Agricultural Administration Act (AAA)

  30. FDR - $400This amendment shortened the length of time between election and inauguration. C4-$400 20th Amendment

  31. FDR - $50021st Amendment C4-$500 End of Prohibition

  32. Depression - $100This was caused by dry-farming, drought, cultivating marginal lands, and soil erosion. C4-$100 Dust Bowl

  33. Depression - $200Most Dust Bowl migrants headed to this state. C4-$200 California

  34. Depression - $300This was developed through the Federal Securities Act to ensure full disclosure of stock information. C4-$300 Securities Exchange Commission (SEC)

  35. Depression - $400This was seen as a threat to private electrical utilities. C4-$400 Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)

  36. Depression - $500This act gave labor the right to bargain collectively. C4-$500 Wagner Act

  37. Laws & Acts - $200 These were legal codes that established the system of segregation in the South. Jim Crow Laws

  38. Laws & Acts - $400 This act gave 160 acres to someone who promised to live on and improve the land within 10 years. Homestead Act

  39. Laws & Acts - $600 To justify American intervention in the Venezuela boundary dispute with Britain, this was invoked. Monroe Doctrine

  40. Laws & Acts - $800 This amendement guaranteed that the US would uphold the independence of Cuba. Teller Amendment

  41. Manifest Destiny I- $1000 The Webster-Ashburton treaty settled this dispute between the lumberjacks of Maine and Canada Aroostok War

  42. Imperialism - $200 The need for overseas markets for increased industrial and agricultural production led to this policy. Imperialism

  43. Imperialism - $400 Cleveland becoming president stopped this from occurring immediately, as President Harrison had wanted. Annexation of Hawaii

  44. Imperialism - $600 This was the most controversial event associated with the Spanish American war. Acquisition of Philippines

  45. Imperialism - $800 This was designed to promote free trade with China. Open Door Policy

  46. Imperialism - $1000 This added a new provision to the Monroe Doctrine, which was designed to justify US intervention in the affairs of Latin American countries. Roosevelt Corollary

  47. Imperialism II - $200 This president said acquisition of the Philippines was the only option for this country. McKinley

  48. Imperialism II - $400 These immigrants first entered the country through Hawaii to work on sugar plantations. Japanese

  49. Imperialism II - $600 This president refused to extend formal diplomatic recognition to th government in Mexico headed by Victoriano Huerta. Woodrow Wilson

  50. Imperialism II - $800 President Taft’s foreign policy was named this. Dollar Diplomacy