U.S. Senator and future Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black was a member of the
1. U.S. Senator and future Supreme Court Justice Hugo Black was a member of the
|[removed]||American Civil Liberties Union.|
|[removed]||National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.|
|[removed]||Industrial Workers of the World.|
|[removed]||Ku Klux Klan.|
1. What made it possible for income inequality to grow during the 1920s, a period of apparent prosperity?
|[removed]||Government corruption scandals like Teapot Dome benefited the wealthy and hurt the poor.|
|[removed]||Increased mechanization of factory work led to massive unemployment among unskilled laborers.|
|[removed]||Corporate and governmental efforts to destroy labor unions resulted in lower wages among the working class.|
|[removed]||Corporate profits grew much faster than wages did, so more wealth was accumulated by the already rich.|
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