Which statement about politics in the 1920s is false, History

Which statement about politics in the 1920s is false?

A. voter turnout had fallen dramatically compared to the turn of the century

B. women took an active role in national politics, overwhelmingly supporting the Republican Party

C. Republicans controlled the White House and supported pro-business policies

D. the South was dominated by the Democratic Party

E. Congress continued the trend toward restricting certain groups of people from entering the United States

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