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This was the name given to the
period of fear of communism in
the U.S. following WWI.
 The Red Scare
Who were the targets of the
Palmer Raids?
 Suspected radicals and communists
This Tennessee court case
highlighted the conflict between
traditional and modern ideas.
 The Scopes Trial
This great American poet was a
product of the Harlem
 Langston Hughes
A quiet, handsome hero, this man was the
first to solo across the Atlantic. He later
created controversy by taking a strongly
isolationist position prior to U.S. entry into
 Charles Lindbergh
His assembly line techniques made
automobiles more affordable.
 Henry Ford
This African American political
figure founded the Universal Negro
Improvement Association.
 Marcus Garvey
During the 1920’s, federal regulatory
agencies became increasingly dominated
by businessmen. Consequently, reforms
from this earlier era were being distorted
to help business.
 Progressive Era
Being a follower of this religion
may have cost Alfred Smith the
1928 election to Hoover.
 Catholicism
His support of the Payne-Aldrich
Tariff led to a ideological split
within the Republican Party
 William Howard Taft
Once friends, Taft and
Roosevelt came to be political
foes. The rift grew wider when
this man, Taft’s Secretary of the
Interior, proposed opening up
federal land to private leasing.
 Richard Ballinger
Once the president of
Princeton University, he
developed his progressive
political philosophy while
serving as the governor of New
 Woodrow Wilson
For what reason did T. Roosevelt
say that all trusts are bad and
should be eliminated?
 He never said that. TR believed that some trusts
were good and beneficial to the public.
As a moderate Republican
president, he was conservative in
foreign affairs and progressive on
domestic issues.
 Theodore Roosevelt
This muckraker’s writing was
influential in inspiring purefood legislation and, probably,
 Upton Sinclair
Who was the real “trust buster” of
the Progressive Presidents?
 William Howard Taft
A strike in this industry in 1902
revealed to TR that it was
management that was unwilling
to deal plainly with labor, not the
other way around, as was
popularly believed.
 The Coal Industry