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Which communications device became a fixture in U.S. homes during the 1920s? A. the telegraph B. the phonograph C. the television D. the radio
Radio became a fixture in U.S. homes during the 1920s.
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Which of the following is an example of how life began to change in the United States in the 1920s? A. Technological innovations enabled people across the country to share a single media experience. B. Many began to adopt a more "frontier" lifestyle. C. The postwar United States saw a decline in literature and the arts. D. There was a movement to stifle African American culture.
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The following is an example of how life began to change in the United States in the 1920s: Technological innovations enabled people across the country to share a single media experience.
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How many banks in the United States failed from the years of 1930 to 1933? A. one out of fifty B. one out of twenty-five C. one out of seventy-five D. one out of five
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The unemployment rate during the height of the Great Depression was 25 percent.
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