GAME NAME:

THE ROARING TWENTIES

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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CATEGORY

ABBREVIATED
CATEGORY

Explanation

TERMS 1

TERMS 1

LABOR UNREST

LABOR

UNREST

POLITICS

POLI- TICS

LITERATURE

LITERA-

TURE

SPORTS

SPORTS

CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES

CONTRO

ISSUES

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

A YOUNG WOMAN OF THE

1920'S WHO BEHAVED AND

DRESSED IN AN

UNCONVENTIONAL MANNER

FLAPPER

WORKERS WAGES INCREASED

ALTHOUGH THEY WERE NOT

ALLOWED TO DUE THIS DURING

THE GREAT WAR

STRIKE

ACCORDING TO CALVIN

COOLIDGE, "THE BUSINESS OF

AMERICA IS --------

BUSINESS

NAME GIVEN TO AMERICAN

AUTHORS THAT WERE

DISILLUSIONED WITH

AMERICAN SOCIETY

THE LOST GENERATION

THIS INVENTION AND NEW

TECHNOLOGY WAS

RESPONSIBLE FOR THE

GROWTH OF THE SPORTS FAN

RADIO

THERE WAS A DECLINE IN

THESE HUMAN BELIEFS LIKE

WOMEN BEHAVING BOLDLY

AND AN INCREASE IN THE

DIVORCE RATE

MORALS

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

A GROUP OF POLITICAL

FRIENDS WHOM WARREN

HARDING APPOINTED TO HIGH

GOVERNMENT POSTS

THE OHIO GANG

STRIKE THAT THREATENED

THE PUBLIC SAFETY OF

CITIZENS BEFORE IT WAS

ENDED BY CALVIN COOLIDGE

BOSTON POLICE FORCE

THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTS

OF THE DECADE PRACTICED

THIS NON-INVOLVED TYPE OF

GOVERNMENT

LAISSEZ-FAIRE OR

HANDS OFF

THE NEW YORKER, VANITY

FAIR, SATURDAY EVENING

POST, TIME, AND READER'S

DIGEST

MAGAZINES OF THE

20'S

BASEBALL'S "SULTAN OF

SWAT" OR "THE GREAT

BAMBINO"

BABE RUTH

BLACKS CONTINUED TO FACE

DISCRIMINATION BUT STILL

MOVED HERE FOR JOB

OPPORTUNITIES

NORTHERN CITIES

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

ILLEGAL HIDDEN SALOONS

BEHIND STOREFRONTS

SPEAKEASIES

REASON THAT MEMBERS OF

THE BOSTON POLICE FORCE

WERE FIRED

JOINED A UNION

WARREN HARDING WAS ONE

OF THE MOST POPULAR

PRESIDENTS IN HISTORY BUT

HE RANKS AS ONE OF OUR

WORST PRESIDENTS DUE TO

THESE EVENTS IN OFFICE

SCANDALS

MOVEMENT OF THE

AFRICAN-AMERICAN WRITERS

OF NEW YORK CITY THAT

DESCRIBE BLACK LIFE

HARLEM RENAISSANCE

THE BIGGEST FOLLOWING WAS

FOR THIS UNPROFESSIONAL

SPORT

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

ORGANIZATION THAT WAS

POPULAR DURING

RECONSTRUCTION THAT HAD

OVER 2 MILLION MEMBERS IN

THE 1920'S

KU KLUX KLAN

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

A POLICY USED BY EMPLOYERS

IN THE 1920'S TO BREAK LABOR

UNIONS

THE AMERICAN PLAN

STRIKE BY MAINLY

FOREIGN-BORN WORKERS TO

SHORTEN THEIR 7 DAY, 69

HOUR WORK WEEK

STEELWORKERS STRIKE

THIS SOCIAL CLASS

BENEFITED FROM HUGE TAX

CUTS FOR THEM

UPPER CLASS

F. SCOTT FITZGERALD'S NOVEL

THAT PORTRAYED THE WILD

LIFE OF THE YOUNGER

GENERATIONS

THE GREAT GATSBY

JACK DEMPSEY WAS THE

FIRST BIG HERO FOR THIS

ROUGH SPORT

BOXING

THIS GROUP CONTINUED TO

MOVE FROM FAMILY FARMS

TO THE URBAN AREAS FOR

THE EXCITEMENT OF CITY LIFE

YOUNG PEOPLE

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE 1919 ACT ENFORCING THE

PROHIBITION OF ALCOHOLIC

BEVERAGES

THE VOLSTEAD ACT

NATIONWIDE STRIKE OF OUR

NATION'S #1 FUEL LED BY JOHN

L. LEWIS

COALMINES STRIKE

THE REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTS

LOWERED TAXES, CUT

FEDERAL SPENDING AND THE

DEBT, AND DID THIS TO

PROTECT AMERICAN INDUSTRY

OWNERS

RAISED TARIFFS

MANY AMERICAN AUTHORS

DISLIKED LIFE IN AMERICA AND

MOVED HERE

EUROPE

THE TWO MOST POPULAR

SPORTS OF THE UPPER CLASS

GOLF AND TENNIS

THE KU KLUX KLAN USED FEAR

TO INTIMIDATE BLACKS AND

THIS WAS THE WORST

POSSIBLE ACTION THEY TOOK

AGAINST BLACKS

LYNCHINGS

 CATEGORY:   

CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

COURT CASE THAT PITTEDSCIENCE AGAINST RELIGIONOVER THE TEACHING OFEVOLUTION.   

 Response:   

THE SCOPES MONKEYTRIAL

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CATEGORY 1

CATEGORY 2

CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

CATEGORY 6

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Explanation

TERMS 2

TERMS 2

PROHIBITION

PROHI-

BITION

THE AUTOMOBILE

AUTO-

MOBILE

ARTS & THEATER

ARTS &

THEATER

RED SCARE

RED

SCARE

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THOSE WHO DEALT WITH THE

ILLEGAL TRAFFIC OF ALCOHOL

BOOTLEGGERS

MADE IT ILLEGAL TO

MANUFACTURE, SELL, AND

TRANSPORT ALCOHOLIC

BEVERAGES

THE EIGHTEENTH

AMENDMENT

THE MAN THAT

REVOLUTIONIZED THE CAR

INDUSTRY WITH THE

ASSEMBLY LINE

HENRY FORD

NAME GIVEN TO THE DECADE

BASED ON THE FAVORITE TYPE

OF MUSIC

THE JAZZ AGE

THE IDEA OF KARL MARX

EMBRACED BY THE SOVIET

UNION IN THE 1920'S

COMMUNISM

BIGGEST HERO OF THE

DECADE FOR FLYING ACROSS

THE ATLANTIC OCEAN

NONSTOP

CHARLES LINDBERGH

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE SECRET, ILLEGAL LEASING

OF GOVERNMENT OIL

RESERVES TO PRIVATE OIL

COMPANIES DURING THE

HARDING ADMINISTRATION

TEAPOT DOME SCANDAL

EVENT THAT CAUSED MORE

SUPPORT FOR OUTLAWING

ALCOHOL NATIONWIDE

WORLD WAR I

EVENT THAT FAMILIES

ENJOYED TOGETHER WEEKLY

AND ALLOWED THEM TO SEE

NEW PLACES

THE SUNDAY AFTERNOON

DRIVE

HUGE MUSICALS EMERGED ON

THIS NEW YORK STREET

BROADWAY

THE BASIS OF COMMUNISM IS

THAT THERE IS A CONSTANT

STRUGGLE BETWEEN, THE

BOURGEOISIE, THE WORKERS,

AND THE PROLETARIAT, THIS

GROUP

INDUSTRY OWNERS

CASE OF TWO FOREIGN

RADICALS BEING FOUND

GUILTY OF THEIR BELIEFS, NOT

NECESSARILY A CRIME

SACCO & VANZETTI

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

THE 1919-1920 PANIC OVER

SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM

IN THE UNITED STATES

THE RED SCARE

GROUP THAT SUPPLIED

AMERICA'S DEMAND FOR

ALCOHOL DURING PROHIBITION

ORGANIZED CRIME

THE TWO MODELS OF CARS

THAT THE FORD FACTORIES

BUILT

MODEL A AND MODEL T

THE MAIN DANCE OF THE

DECADE THAT WAS NOT

ACCEPTED BY OLDER

GENERATIONS

CHARLESTON

RADICAL GROUP THAT SENT

BOMBS TO AMERICAN

LEADERS AND BELIEVE IN

DESTROYING ALL

GOVERNMENT

ANARCHISTS

FIRST WORK GROUP THAT

WAS ACTUALLY IN A

DEPRESSION AND CITY

DWELLERS DID NOT SEEM TO

CARE

FARMERS

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

1919-1920 RAIDS AUTHORIZED

BY ATTORNEY GENERAL

MITCHELL PALMER AGAINST

THOUSANDS OF SUSPECTED

COMMUNISTS

PALMER RAIDS

ORGANIZATION IN THE TEENS

THAT PUSHED FOR

PROHIBITION DUE TO MORAL

REASONS

ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE

TAXI CABS, SERVICE

STATIONS, AND TIRE

FACTORIES

NEW INDUSTRIES

RELATED TO THE CAR

THE FIRST MOTION PICTURE

WITH SOUND

THE JAZZ SINGER

DUE TO THE BELIEF THAT

RADICALS CAME FROM OTHER

NATIONS THE CONGRESS

PASSED QUOTA LIMITS ON

THIS

IMMIGRATION

TELEVISION CHANNEL OR

THEATERS THAT COST FIVE

CENTS

NICKELODEONS

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

ASSOCIATED WITH RADICALS,

MEANING FEAR OF ANYTHING

FOREIGN

XENOPHOBIC

OFFICIALLY REPEALED

PROHIBITION IN 1933

TWENTY-FIRST

AMENDMENT

NAME TWO TYPES OF

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS

MADE DUE TO THE

AUTOMOBILE

ROADS, HOTELS,

SERVICE STATIONS, &

ONE OF THE THREE MAIN JAZZ

ARTISTS OF THE DECADE

DUKE ELLINGTON,

LOUIS ARMSTRONG,

THESE WERE SEEN AS THE

FIRST POSSIBLE SIGN OF A

COMMUNIST REVOLUTION

WHEN THEY OCCURRED IN 1919

LABOR STRIKES

MARCUS GARVEY LED THIS

MOVEMENT TO FREE BLACKS

FROM DISCRIMINATION IN THE

UNITED STATES

BACK TO AFRICA

 CATEGORY:   

CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

COURT CASE THAT PITTEDSCIENCE AGAINST RELIGIONOVER THE TEACHING OFEVOLUTION.   

 Response:   

THE SCOPES MONKEYTRIAL

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