In 1920 the states ratified the __________ to the Constitution, doubling the number of eligible voters in the nation.

The __________ aimed at outlawing adulterated or mislabeled food and drugs and gave the federal government the right to seize illegal products and fine the manufacturers.

The __________ required federal inspectors from teh U.S. Department of Agriculture to inspect livestock in slaughterhouses and to guarantee sanitary standards.

The __________ barred the manufacture and sale of alcohol in the United States.

Congress passed the __________ in 1910 to outlaw the transport of women across state lines "for immoral purposes."

The __________ allowed any voter who had voted before 1867, or had a father or grandfather who had voted, to be exempt from the literacy test or other restrictions.

In contrast to its decision on male bakers in New York, the U.S. Supreme Court in 1908 upheld an Oregon law limiting the work day of female laundry workers to 10 hours in the case of __________.

In the case of __________, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of segregation.

The gruesome deaths of miners, women, and children in the UMW strike in Colorado in 1914 became known as the __________.

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a New York law limiting the hours of male bakers in the case of __________.

The __________ allowed the federal government to find and jail anyone hindering the war effort during World War I.

The U.S. Senate rejected the __________ and with it Wilson's progressive vision for a League of Nations.