GCSE History: America 1910-1929

Fear communists were taking over the USA
The Red Scare
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People who opposed the government
Anarcists
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Politicians who believed that the USA should isolate itself from the rest of the world
Republicans
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Taxes paid on goods being imported into a country
Tariffs
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Part of rural America in the south east, where strict Christians lived
Bible Belt
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Believed in the Bible, specially the Old Testament
Fundamentalists
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Teacher who taught the evolution that started the Monkey Trail
John Scopes
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Prohibition made what illegal?
Alcohol
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When the government does not regulate business
Laissez Faire
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What was moonshine?
illegally homemade alcohol
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The belief that Americans can overcome any difficulties regarding hard work
Rugged Induvidulism
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Women who challenged traditionally restricted behavior to live more independent life style
Flappers
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People who opposed the government

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Anarcists

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Politicians who believed that the USA should isolate itself from the rest of the world

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Card 4

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Taxes paid on goods being imported into a country

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Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

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Part of rural America in the south east, where strict Christians lived

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Preview of the front of card 5
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