president in 1920 "return to normalcy"
Warren G. Harding
most notorious "gangster" of the 1920's
organization created in 1919 to promote world wide communist revolution
who established the General Intelligence Division
A. Mitchell Palmer
chosen to head the General Intelligence Division
J. Edgar Hoover
a key figure in the American Communist movement
William Z. Foster
what case was a result of the "Red Scare"
tariff passed in 1922 raised the tariff rates
act provided for a unified yearly budget for the federal government (established the General Accounting Office)
National budget Act
bureau established by Congress to help veterans who had been incapacitated in the service of their country
the biggest scandal to mar the Harding administration and led to President Harding's death in 1923
Teapot Dome Scandal
group that lobbied for veteran's benefits, founded by Roosevelt, Jr., Paris 1919
first Vice President to attend cabinet meetings
most astounding attempt to achieve a permanent peace in Europe in the 1920's
Paris Peace Pact
plan that reduce Germany's debt and payment schedule
Black Harvard graduate who helped found the NAACP
W. E. B. Du Bois
the communist who planned the violent steelworkers strike of 1919
William Z. Foster
first solo flight across the Atlantic and when in May of 1927
National Broadcasting Company
President during the "Roaring 20's"
who flew over the North Pole in 1926
Admiral Richard Byrd
wages in relation to buying power
What religious philosophy denied the fundamentals of the Christian faith
who was "the Prophet of the Social Gospel"
who formulated the system of psychoanalysis
great advocate of progressive education
famous court case on Darwinism
Scopes Trial of 1925
"The Great commoner" who won the Scopes Trial
William Jennings Bryan
"God's Oilmen"; founded Union Oil Company; financed the publication of
Archeologist that explored the Bible lands
Sir William Ramsay
President of the Research Science Bureau
"Prince of Expositors" had the ability expound the Word of God
G. Campbell Morgan
the radio preacher known for the "Old Fashioned Revival Hour"
Charles E. Fuller
"Moody of the South"
"Apostle to the Skeptics"
R. A. Torrey
which laws outlawed alcohol (prohibitions)
who was the Gypsy evangelist born in a gypsy wagon
Rodney ("Gipsy") Smith
who founded the Revival Weekly
Sword of the Lord
John R. Rice
A Beka 11th grade history