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The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex.

Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

19th Admendment

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The eighteenth article of amendment to the constitution of the United States is hereby repealed.

The 21st amendment

3

Produced plays, novels and poems about African American life.

Langston Hughes

4

He encouraged black people around the world to express pride in their culture

Marcus Garvey

5

Was a famous artist painter grew up in Wisconsin and studied art in Chicago.

Georgia O kofee

6

A period of African American artistic accomplishment.

Harlem renaissance

7

Young women know as blank cut their hair short and wore makeup and short dresses openly challenging traditional ideas of how we're supposed to behave.

Flapper

8

In May 1925 a Dayton Tennessee high school science teacher named John T Scopes was put on trial for teaching evolution in what became known as blank

Scopes trial

9

During WWI a large number of African Americans began leaving south to take jobs in northern factories this movement is called the blank.

Great migration

10

In 1928 the U.S. and 14 other nations signed the blank agreement that outlawed war.

Kellogg-Brand pact.

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Blank are people opposed to organized government.

Anarchy

12

Blank or motion picture with sound

Talkie

13

Republican blank defeated Demacrat Alfred E. Smith in the 1928 presidential election

Hoover

14

Harding picked governor blank of Massachusetts as his running mate.

Coolidge

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Writers who criticized American society in the 1920's thus became known as the blank

Lost Generation

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What came to be known as the blank involved Secretary of the interior Albert Fall, who accepted large sums of money and valuable gifts from private oil companies.

Teapot Dome Scandal

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Blank, a time of fear of Communists, or Reds.

Red Scare

18

In 1925 blank begins recording with his band, the Hot Five.

Louis Armstrong

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People who leave their home country to live elsewhere.

Expatriates

20

This system used conveyer belts to move parts and partly assembled cars from one group of workers to another.

Moving Assembly Line

21

The blank act of 1921 limited the total number of immigrants allowed in the country.

Emergency Quota Act

22

Ford achieved his goal by building a sturdy and reliable car called the blank nicknames the Tin Lizzie.

Model T

23

He made a sturdy fast affordable car.

Henry Ford

24

Agents of the federal and state governments tried to enforce the eighteenth amendment

Prohibition