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A Republican Decade Post WWI Issues Mr. Daubert
Killed more people than WWI
Communism Government ownership of land and property Single political party controls government No individual rights The idea of spreading
Schenck v. US Supreme Court said government could silence Free Speech.
In other words…
Palmer Raids Targeted Communists, socialists, anarchists Jailed thousands Headed by Mitchell Palmer-Attorney General
Sacco and Vanzetti Immigrants accused of murder
They were later executed by electrocution
Labor unrest Caused by communists? No really caused by rising prices and stagnant wages.
Turn to Republican Leadership Dominated all three branches of government Warren Harding, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover
President Harding Isolation—makes sense based on postwar sentiment Called for disarmament
Limiting Immigration-Nativism Immigrants could never be fully loyal Slums and corruption of cities due to immigrants Jobs jobs jobs Immigrants came from unstable places
Harding popular Scandals in the administration- Harding probably not involved Died of a heart attack Teapot Dome Scandal
VP Coolidge Takes office Silent Cal Business supporter through and through Laissez faire Smaller government that did less-Goal World War I bonus-vetoed (couldn’t afford it, Congress overrode it)
Kellogg-Briand Pact-no threat of war in dealing with other countries (15 nations signed it) Unenforceable
Hoover Cal doesn’t run, Hoover elected by defeating Alfred Smith (1 st Roman Catholic)
America: Pathways to the Present Chapter 21 Politics and Prosperity (1920–1929) Copyright © 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Prentice Hall,
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AP US History East High School Mr. Peterson Spring 2011 COPING WITH CHANGE,
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Chapter 12 Section 1 I.Post War Issues Cost of living doubled Troops returned and had no job. Women and minorities had taken jobs People were starting.
Progressive reforms Antitrust regulations and the creation of the Federal Trade Commission of 1914 limited corporations ability to merge together Antitrust.
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Mr. Whites US History 1. Main ideas: The Harding administration appealed to Americas desire for calm, peace, and normalcy after the war, but resulted.
VI. The Twenties, Thirties and the Great Depression.
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World War I led to the rise of great racial and ethnic problems. Some examples are unrest in the Middle East; Armenian genocide in the Ottoman Empire;
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