2 How would one characterize the United States following World War I? Renewed isolationism—keep to ourselvesXenophobia - Resurgence of Nativismfear of foreignersTrend toward conservative politics that caused a turning away from governmental activism of the Progressive eraCulture becomes more liberalFear of Communism
3 Prosperity Politics in the 1920s Presidents Harding and CoolidgeHarding’s “Return to Normalcy”Isolationism and high protective tariffsLimiting ImmigrationQuota SystemTeapot Dome and the “Ohio Gang”President Calvin Coolidge and the Politics of Prosperity
4 Progress and Conflict of the 1920s Technology and Mass ProductionHenry Ford and the Impact of the automobileElectrical ConveniencesThe rise of the Modern American ConsumerAdvertising and Buying on CreditChange in clothing stylesRadio and Motion Pictures
6 Progress and Conflict continued Changing Values of the 1920sFundamentalism vs. ModernismScopes “Monkey” TrialRural vs. UrbanUrban Sprawl and the Rise ofthe SuburbsThe Twenties Woman
7 Paranoia in the 1920s The Red Scare in the United States The Palmer RaidsSacco and VanzettiThe Ku Klux Klan in the 1920sImmigration RestrictionsLabor unrest
8 Prohibition in the 1920s Organized Crime and Al Capone Prohibition, Speakeasies, and BootleggersPolitics of Organized Crime18th AmendmentVolstead Act21st Amendment
9 Pop-Culture of the 1920s Sports “Lucky Lindy”—Charles Lindbergh Music of the 1920sThe Jazz Age and AmericanComposersLiterature of the 1920sHollywood in the 1920sTalkiesFads of the 1920sThe Harlem Renaissance and the flowering of African-American Culture in the 1920s
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