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The 20s at a Glance
Red Scare Palmer Raids/Deportation National Origins Act 1924/Quotas KKK Nativism Sacco & Vanzetti
Economy & Business Henry Ford/Effect on Society Radio Advertising Effect on Worker/Welfare Capitalism
Economy & The Household Credit Installment plans
Prohibition 18 th Amendment 1919 Bootlegging Speakeasies Al Capone
Fundamentalism Scopes Trial
Sports Babe Ruth Gertrude Ederle Jack Dempsey GOLF Tennis
Flight Charles Lindbergh Amelia Earhart Bessie Coleman
Entertainment Charlie Chaplin Jazz Singer Rudolph Valentino Winnie the Pooh
Warren G. Harding Normalcy Republican Pro-business Role Government/Federal Budget Cut taxes on wealthy-why? Fordney-McCumber Tariff Effect on Europe? Teapot Dome Scandal Dies
Calvin Silent Cal Coolidge VP Harding/Republican Limited role government Role of Business? Federal Budget Veteran Bonuses
Herbert Hoover Elected 1928/Republian Stock Market Crash Reaction to Depression Business & Gov. Hoover Dam Cooperatives-Farmers Hoovervilles Bonus Army Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act
Election 1932 Sum up politics of the 20s Change? FDR/Democrat
20’s and 30’s Review. Woodrow Wilson Red Scare Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
The Six Ps of the 1920s From Boom to Bust.
The Roaring 20’s An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict.
The Roaring Twenties. Focus: How does communism differ from American capitalism and democracy.
Goal 9 The US between the World Wars Elaborate on the cycle of economic boom and bust in the 1920s and 1930s.
The Great Depression Part 1 1. All of the following were causes of the Great Depression except Poor banking practices Depressed precious metal prices.
AP US History East High School Mr. Peterson Spring 2011 COPING WITH CHANGE,
The Roaring Twenties ( ) - Chapters Essential Questions: 2. What should the role of the federal government be in the individual economic.
Agenda: 1/9 Do Now : Do Now : In notebooks: Why do you think the twenties were considered roaring? In notebooks: Why do you think the twenties were considered.
20.2 The Politics of Normalcy The Roaring Twenties.
I. A Booming Economy II. The Business of Government III. Clash of Values IV. The New Mass Culture V. The Harlem Renaissance The Twenties, “The.
The Roaring Twenties. Postwar Fears Nativism –Re-emergence of the KKK –Quota System Emergency Quota Act of 1921 National Origins Act of 1924 Fear of Communism.
JEOPARDY Roaring 20’s / Great Depression Roaring 20’s1920’s Politics Great Depression The New Deal Miscellaneous … 100 pts 200 pts 400 pts 200 pts.
1920s The Good, The Bad, And the Ugly. The decade of the 1920s is often characterized as a period of American prosperity and optimism. It was the "Roaring.
Unit 7 Boom and Bust. A Resurgence of Nativism Because of the red scare- the fear that communist would threaten freedom in the United states Palmer raids-
The Roaring Twenties Ch. 20 & 21. Immigration Laws Keep America American Emergency Quota Act- limited immigration National Origins Act- made.
WARREN G. HARDING RETURN TO STABILITY & NORMALCY – POWERFUL CABINET STATE – CHARLES EVANS HUGHES TREASRUY – ANDREW MELLON COMMERCE – HERBERT.
U.S. Post W.W. I Return to normalcy (Harding) Economic concerns: –Conversion to peacetime –Returning vets –Inflation –Strikes Red Scare Racial tension(
Bell Ringer 3/1/06 We return. We return from fighting. We return fighting. (W.E.B DuBois) What is this quote referring to? Why did this quote prove to.
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 21 Politics and Prosperity (1920–1929) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall,
The Roaring 20’s America After WWI. Warm-Up Update your Table of Contents Write your homework – have it stamped by Ms. Sarnelli! –Your “Acting Out the.
U.S. Post W.W. I Return to normalcy (Harding) Economic concerns: –Conversion to peacetime –Returning vets –Inflation –Strikes Red Scare ( Huh? ) Racial.
POLITICS OF THE ROARING 20S. SECTION 1: AMERICAN POSTWAR ISSUES The American public was exhausted from World War I Public debate over the League of Nations.
The Roaring 20s. Henry Ford Wanted to make cars more affordable Wanted to make cars more affordable Used Assembly Lines to make production more efficient.
Thursday 1/24/13 RAP Why was the KKK so strong in the 1920s? How high up in the public service sector did members of the KKK go in the 1920s? How has the.
REPUBLICAN LEADERSHIP OF THE 1920S How did the relationship between big business & the government aid economic growth? TENSION BETWEEN CITY & COUNTRY SHAPED.
VI. The Twenties, Thirties and the Great Depression.
Unit 9: Wilson and World War I Unit 10: The Roaring 20s and Economic Collapse.
Post-War America. The Post-War Mood Americans were disappointed and disillusioned by the war. Most Americans who had been excited by participation in.
Cities became places to be, not to get away from. –Urban Behaviors- drinking, gambling, casual dating. –Urban Relationships- Impersonal, No one set.
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