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1 Standard 16 The student will identify key developments in the aftermath of WWI.

2 A

3 The Red Scare The communists in Russia were called the “Reds”. The communists in Russia were called the “Reds”. When they took over Russia, people in America feared that the communists were going to try and take over the USA. When they took over Russia, people in America feared that the communists were going to try and take over the USA.

4 What is Communism? The government owned all land and property. The government owned all land and property. A single political party controlled the government. A single political party controlled the government. Individuals had no rights that the government was bound to respect. Individuals had no rights that the government was bound to respect. The government vowed to stir up revolutions in other countries and spread communism throughout the world. The government vowed to stir up revolutions in other countries and spread communism throughout the world.

5 Limit Immigration Quota – a limit on immigrants Asian immigration was banned all together.

6 After WWI, nativism grew stronger for many reasons: Many Americans believed immigrants could never be fully loyal to the US. Many Americans believed immigrants could never be fully loyal to the US. Americans often blamed the problems of cities, such as slums and corruption, on the immigrants who lived in them. Americans often blamed the problems of cities, such as slums and corruption, on the immigrants who lived in them. Workers feared immigrants might take their jobs away from them. Workers feared immigrants might take their jobs away from them. Nativists argued that some immigrants came from the most unstable parts of Europe, where WWI had started. They believed that these immigrants might hold or might adopt dangerous political ideas. Nativists argued that some immigrants came from the most unstable parts of Europe, where WWI had started. They believed that these immigrants might hold or might adopt dangerous political ideas.

7 The Red Scare was prompted by The Red Scare was prompted by A. Westward expansion dur to the increased immigration. B. The rise of communism and socialism in the US. C. The annexation of Hawaii following military action by the US Navy. D. US involvement in Latin America.

8 In the 1920s, labor unions were wary of Eastern European immigrants in part because of In the 1920s, labor unions were wary of Eastern European immigrants in part because of A. Black Tuesday B. The Jazz Age C. The Red Scare D. The Great Depression

9 The term “Red Scare” refers to The term “Red Scare” refers to A. US concerns about communism. B. Citizens fears concerning the social changes of the 1920s. C. Specific legislation restricting immigration. D. White fears inspired by the Harlem Renaissance.

10 A US citizen terrified by ideas of the Bolsheviks and caught up in the “Red Scare” was most concerned about A US citizen terrified by ideas of the Bolsheviks and caught up in the “Red Scare” was most concerned about A. The Great Depression. B. Communism. C. The Harlem Renaissance. D. Tin Pan Alley.

11 Immigration restrictions of the 1920s were closely tied to Immigration restrictions of the 1920s were closely tied to A. The Neutrality Act. B. Overproduction. C. Black Tuesday. D. The Red Scare.

12 Which of the following MOST contributed to a suspicion of immigrants and a mistrust of those with different political beliefs in the years following WWI? Which of the following MOST contributed to a suspicion of immigrants and a mistrust of those with different political beliefs in the years following WWI? A. The opening of Ellis Island. B. The Red Scare. C. The Cuban Missile Crisis. D. The Soviet invasion of Germany.

13 B

14 Ford and the Automobile Henry Ford’s first car was the Model T He made the assembly line more efficient. (mass production) By having the product move and not the worker, he could produce products much more quickly. Ford also paid his workers better than other factories at the time. He paid his workers $5 a day.

15 Henry Ford contributed to the United States’ growth as an industrial nation by introducing such innovations as Henry Ford contributed to the United States’ growth as an industrial nation by introducing such innovations as A. The electric light and buying stock on the margin. B. New methods of mass production and a more efficient assembly line. C. The cotton gin and interchangeable parts. D. The phonograph and the moving picture camera.

16 C

17 Movies Between 1910 and 1930 the number of theatres rose from 5,000 to 22,500. Before 1927, all movie were silent. The Jazz Singer, the first movie with sound was released in Movies with sound were known as “talkies.” People went to the movies to try and forget about their problems.

18 Radio Before 1920, radio barely existed. Before 1920, radio barely existed. The first radio station was KDKA in Pittsburgh in The first radio station was KDKA in Pittsburgh in In 1922, NBC was created to reach more people with national programming. In 1922, NBC was created to reach more people with national programming. Because of NBC and other networks, radio became a medium for the masses. Because of NBC and other networks, radio became a medium for the masses.

19 Fundamentalism In addition to traditional Christian ideas about Jesus Christ, fundamentalists argued that the Bible was inspired by God and cannot contain contradictions or errors. They declared that the Bible is literally true and that every story in it actually took place. In addition to traditional Christian ideas about Jesus Christ, fundamentalists argued that the Bible was inspired by God and cannot contain contradictions or errors. They declared that the Bible is literally true and that every story in it actually took place.

20 The Scopes Trial This was the 1 st trial ever broadcast over the radio. The issue was whether evolution could be taught in school. The court decided that evolution could be taught in schools.

21 US citizens became more exposed to advertisements, politics, and cultural influences nationwide as a result of US citizens became more exposed to advertisements, politics, and cultural influences nationwide as a result of A. The Cold War. B. Radical Reconstruction. C. Radio, television, and movies. D. The New Deal.

22 D

23 The Jazz Age Jazz features improvisation, where the musician makes up the music as they are playing. Jazz features improvisation, where the musician makes up the music as they are playing. It also has an off-beat rhythm called syncopation. It also has an off-beat rhythm called syncopation. It grew out of the Blues and Ragtime. It grew out of the Blues and Ragtime. Louis Armstrong, Satchmo, was the biggest performer of the time. Louis Armstrong, Satchmo, was the biggest performer of the time.

24 The Harlem Renaissance For African Americans, the cultural center of the US was New York City’s Harlem. For African Americans, the cultural center of the US was New York City’s Harlem. In the 1920s, it was the home of African American literary awakening. In the 1920s, it was the home of African American literary awakening. The famous writers are Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, and Alain Locke. The famous writers are Langston Hughes, Claude McKay, and Alain Locke.

25 Irving Berlin and Tin Pan Alley Berlin was one of the most successful songwriters in American history. He wrote God Bless America, White Christmas, Anything You Can Do, and There’s No Business Like Show Business. Tin Pan Alley was an area of New York City where many of the popular songwriters of the time lived during the 1910s and 1920s.

26 Which BEST defines the Harlem Renaissance? Which BEST defines the Harlem Renaissance? A. A time of great racial tension exemplified by race riots in New York. B. A time of high interest in southern African American culture. C. A concentrated time of African Americans achievement in literature and music. D. The renovation of turn of the century buildings in Harlem.

27 Tin Pan Alley is most associated with Tin Pan Alley is most associated with A. Langston Hughes B. The Red Scare C. Irving Berlin D. Henry Ford

28 Langston Hughes and other African-American writers are associated most closely with Langston Hughes and other African-American writers are associated most closely with A. Tin Pan Alley. B. The Harlem Renaissance. C. The New Deal. D. Black Tuesday.

29 Unit 4 Book Questions Pg. 654: 1-9 Pg. 654: 1-9 Pg. 698: 1-10 Pg. 698: 1-10 Pg. 728: 1-8 Pg. 728: 1-8 Pg. 766: 1-9 Pg. 766: 1-9 Pg. 798: 1-8 Pg. 798: 1-8 Pg. 842: 2-4, 8, 9, and 11 Pg. 842: 2-4, 8, 9, and 11 Pg. 878: 1-9 Pg. 878: 1-9 Pg. 1014: 1-9 Pg. 1014: 1-9


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