Causes of the Boom- Part 5

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1. What was the Espionage Act?

  • Illegal to attempt to criticise the military and encourage disloyalty
  • legal to attempt to criticise the military and encourage disloyalty
  • illegal to not attempt to crticise the military or encourage disloyalty
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2. Dcember 1917 what passed to enforce Prohibition

  • 18th Amendment
  • 17th Amendment
  • 19th Amendment

3. Eugene Debs given a 10 year sentence for making an anti-war speech is an example of..

  • Harsh Treatment
  • Fair Treatment
  • Sedition Act Enforcement
  • Espionage Act Enforcement

4. What was the Sedition Act?

  • Illegal to discourage people from buying war bonds or verbally attack to constitution
  • Illegal to buy war bonds and verbally attack the constitution
  • Illegal to buy war bonds or physically attack the constitution
  • Illegal to discourage people from buying war bonds or physically attack the constitution

5. As a result of Espionage and Sedition Acts, how many people were locked up?

  • 150
  • 15,000
  • 1500
  • 2000

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