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The 20s at a Glance
Red Scare Palmer Raids/Deportation National Origins Act 1924/QuotasKKK Nativism Sacco & Vanzetti
Economy & Business Henry Ford/Effect on Society Radio AdvertisingEffect on Worker/Welfare Capitalism
Economy & The HouseholdCredit Installment plans
Prohibition 18th Amendment 1919 Bootlegging Speakeasies Al Capone
Fundamentalism Scopes Trial
Sports Gertrude Ederle Babe Ruth GOLF Tennis Jack Dempsey
Flight Amelia Earhart Charles Lindbergh Bessie Coleman
Entertainment Winnie the Pooh Jazz Singer Charlie ChaplinRudolph Valentino
Warren G. Harding “Normalcy” Republican Pro-businessRole Government/Federal Budget Cut taxes on wealthy-why? Fordney-McCumber Tariff Effect on Europe? Teapot Dome Scandal Dies
Calvin “Silent Cal” CoolidgeVP Harding/Republican Limited role government Role of Business? Federal Budget Veteran Bonuses
Herbert Hoover Elected 1928/Republian Stock Market CrashReaction 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
The 20s at a Glance. Red Scare Palmer Raids/Deportation National Origins Act 1924/Quotas KKK Nativism Sacco & Vanzetti.
20’s and 30’s Review. Woodrow Wilson Red Scare Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Match the term with the description ___1) Lynching ___2) Russia ___3) Red Scare ___4) Sacco and Vanzetti ___5) Ku Klux Klan ___6) Warren G. Harding A)
BOOM TO BUST ( ) SOCIAL CHANGE POLITICS PROSPERITY CRASH/DEPRESSION THE NEW DEAL.
Society, Politics and the Economy of the Roaring Twenties
Return to Normalcy Postwar U.S. “Great Russian Civil War” ( ) “Great Russian Civil War” ( ) The Bolsheviks / Communism The.
Companies focused on inventing & producing consumer goods Examples: radios, automobiles, icebox, washing machine, vacuum cleaner People buying goods using.
Between the Wars The ROARING 20s By 1920, the Great War has officially ended. However, the world has seen more fighting, death, and destruction than.
The Six P’s of the 1920s From Boom to Bust.
An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict Mr. Violanti, Iroquois High School, Spring 2013.
America in the 1920’s and 1930’s. Women’s Rights 19 th Amendment is passed in August of 1920 – gave women the right to vote Flappers – women who challenged.
T HE R OARING T WENTIES. C ONSERVATIVE P RESIDENTS L IMITED G OVERNMENT – P RO B USINESS Warren G. Harding “Return to Normalcy” Presidency filled with.
The Roaring 20’s An era of prosperity, Republican power, and conflict.
THE 1920’S POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRENDS. The Politics of Fear The 1920s Red Scare - result of Russian Revolution in mail bombings - the Palmer.
American Life in the Roaring Twenties Chapter 31.
The 1920s: Coping with Change
The 1920’s and 30’s The Roaring Twenties and The Great Depression Cultural Literacy.
Phonograph Radio Jazz Louis Armstrong Jelly Roll Morton.
The Roaring Twenties. The Russian Revolution Czar Nicholas II loses power for entering WWI Czar Nicholas II loses power for entering WWI Vladimir Lenin.
Politics and Business in the 1920’s 3 Republicans were elected President during the ‘20’s:Warren Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover. Laissez-faire.
Chapter 23 The Roaring 20’s. Time of Turmoil Post WWI Treaty of Versailles Congress does not ratify 18 th Amendment, Prohibition, th Amendment,
The Roaring 20’s In what ways did economic conditions and developments in the arts and entertainment help create the reputation of the 1920’s as the “Roaring.
The Republican Years Warren G. Harding
THE ROARING 20S. CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN 19 th Amendment (1920)- Granted suffrage to women New jobs opened during WWI and some women kept working! More.
Chapter 12: Politics of the Roaring Twenties Sect. 1 Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues.
Ch. 12: The Roaring Twenties African Americans- moved North for economic reasons and to get away from the racism in the South African Americans- moved.
Chap 20 Roaring 20’s and the Crash. This Day in History Dec. 4 th, 1945 The Senate approved U.S. participation in the United Nations.
Red Scare Great Migration Harlem Renaissance Scopes Trial Role of women Reemergence of the KKK Mass Media Superficial wealth Unit III District Exam Items.
TRANSITION TO MODERN AMERICA Chapter 25. Patterns of Economic Growth Second Industrial Revolution – Electricity replaced steam – Modern assembly introduced.
Roaring Twenties Warren Harding Calvin Coolidge 1920s Politics Economic Boom.
The Roaring Twenties. Life changed a lot after WWI. People wanted to have fun. Entertainment Radio was broadcasting music and shows. Jazz was the new.
The Roaring 20’s. American’s seem tired of change, don’t want to look at problems in society or in the world Presidents of the 1920’s are all Republican,
The Twenties Jeopardy Key PeopleVocabulary Key Events.
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.
The 1920’s Timeline.
The Republican Years To identify and evaluate the Presidency of the three Republicans during the 20’s. To describe how Republican policies.
US History Mrs. Toth THE ROARING TWENTIES. WHAT WE ARE LEAVING BEHIND: WarDeathFlu PTSDLoneliness.
Innovation, Materialism, Fear, and Scandal Most of all an Era of Experimentation.
The Roaring 20’s Chapter 13. Get out your roaring 20’s packets Prohibition Women’s suffrage Life during the 1920’s Sports and 1920’s heroes Flappers 1920’s.
Woodrow Wilson Dates in Office: Nickname: The Professor Political Party: Democrat Major Events: 17 th Amendment ratified Federal Reserve Act.
Lecture 4: The Roaring Twenties and Depression History 2020, United States History 2.
400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600 pt 800 pt 1000 pt 200 pt 400 pt 600.
1920’s Republican Presidents Harding, Coolidge, & Hoover.
The Red Scare THREATS TO CIVIL LIBERTIES. Red Scare Fueled by 1917, Communist/Bolshevik Revolution in Russia (Lenin) Americans fear a communist takeover.
20.2 The Politics of Normalcy
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