10 notecards = 3 pages (4 cards per page)
An increase in Mexican immigration in the early twentieth century was caused by
political instability and upheavals during the Mexican revolution.
Supporters of the eugenics movement believed
character traits such as criminality and sexual immorality were inherited.
The first mass-produced and inexpensive automobile was the
American popular culture is most accurately described as
largely the creation of immigrants and racial minorities.
Indicating the change in sexual mores, the term "Boston marriage" referred to
lifelong attachments formed among unmarried professional women.
Jazz music, which appeared in the early twentieth century, had its roots in all of the following EXCEPT:
C. Appalachian folk dances.
The Pure Food and Drug Act was passed as a direct result of the
publication of Sinclair's The Jungle .
Which of the following is NOT true of Theodore Roosevelt?
He cooperated with business to foster capitalism and free trade.
The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine
allowed American intervention in Latin America to protect American interests.
In the Supreme Court case__Muller v. Oregon , the court
upheld the law limiting women to a ten-hour working day.