Presentation on theme: "EOC Day 6 SS.912.A.5.3 Examine the impact of United States foreign economic policy during the 1920s."— Presentation transcript:
1EOC Day 6SS.912.A.5.3 Examine the impact of United States foreign economic policy during the 1920s.
2SS.912.A.5.5 Describe efforts by the United States and other world powers to avoid future wars. Disarmament- Decreased weapons held by the United States and EuropeKellogg-Briand Pact- Signed by the United States and most of the world as a pact to not use war to solve disputes
3Neutrality Acts1935-created embargo on trading arms and war materials with all parties in a war1936- forbade all loans or credit to belligerent nations1937- American ships could not transport any passengers or articles of war to belligerent nationsCash and Carry- Countries at war could purchase goods from us if they arranged transport1939- Decided that passive aid could be given to an aggressor. Repealed 1935 and 1937
4SS.912.A.5.1 Discuss the economic outcomes of demobilization.
5Economy After WWIDemobilization- transferring from a wartime economy to a civilian economy.Economic Effects- short recession in the United States followed by a boomFordney-Mccumber Tarriff- raised the taxes on imports to protect American industry
6GermanyGermany went into a deep recession caused by the Versailles treaty and the reparationsUnited States loaned money to Germany to help kickstart their economyDawes Plan- the United States Loaned money to Germany to help them pay their debts
8In the 1920s, which United States action furthered the goal of international peace? A. signing a pact to outlaw armed conflictB. advocating a policy to promote isolationismC. holding a conference to renounce imperialismD. joining a league to secure military cooperation
10SS.912.A.5.4 Evaluate how the economic boom during the Roaring Twenties changed consumers, businesses, manufacturing, and marketing practices.
11Roaring 20s Between 1922-1928 industrial productivity rose 70% Wages at an all time highNew Industries: light metals, movies, radio, auto industryCorporate revolution-chain storesAirplane- passenger airlines increased
12Social lifeRise of the KKK- resurgance caused by the movie “Birth of a Nation”Rosewood Fl Massacre carried out by KKKKKK now anti-foreign, anti-Catholic, anti-black, anti-Jewish, anti-adultery, and anti-birth control1921 immigration act put a quota on immigrantsAsians banned completelyFundamentalism- extreme ChristiansScopes trial- Darwin vs creationism
13Social Life Prohibition-18th amendment ratified in 1919 Led to a rise in organized crimeLater repealed in 1933Jazz age- influence by slave spiritualsHarlem RenaissanceMarcus Garvey-Back to Africa MovementPoets: Langston Hughes and Claude McKayWriters: Zora Nearle Hurston
14Social lifeThe Lost Generation- A group of white literary writers who’s works conveyed resentment of ideals betrayed by societyF.Scott Fitzgerald-Great GatsbyErnest Hemingway-Farewell to ArmsFashion- FlappersA lot of makup, flimsy skirts, black rubber boots, smoked cigarettes out of long cigarette holders
15One of the most promising of the young Negro poets said to me once, “I want to be a poet—not a Negro poet”. . . And I was sorry the young man said that, for no great poet has ever been afraid of being himself. And I doubted then that, with his desire to run away spiritually from his race, this boy would ever be a great poet.
16Based on the excerpt, what advice would Langston Hughes have given to young African Americans during the Harlem Renaissance?A. He would have challenged them to further their literary training.B. He would have encouraged them to celebrate their racial identity.C. He would have suggested that they shape a tradition of passive resistance.D. He would have recommended that they promote a tradition of racial tolerance.