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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)
Society, Politics and the Economy of the Roaring Twenties Life In Postwar America.
Section 1 “A Republican Decade” Pages Communism Red Scare Isolationism Disarmament Quota Teapot Dome Scandal Kellogg-Briand Pact.
Normalcy in Government election of Warren G. Harding and the simpler days before the war -Isolationist Policies -Washington Conferences proposed.
Good Morning! Bell Ringer – WWI Review Goal 8 test - Tuesday.
A Republican Decade. Key Terms Communism Red Scare Isolationism Disarmament Quota Teapot Dome scandal Kellogg-Briand Pact.
A Republican Decade What events fueled the Red Scare of the early 1920s? What conflicts led to the major labor strikes of 1919? How did Republican leadership.
1920s Presidents Objective: Compare the Administrations of Harding, Coolidge, Hoover.
Chapter 21 Section 1 A Republican Decade. What kind of leadership were American seeking in the early 1920s? Americans wanted strong, reassuring leaders.
The United States Enters a new Decade. Political Change & the Red Scare Chapter 22 Section 1 Notes.
A Republican Decade Presidential Election Warren G. Harding Republican - Ohio Promises Americans “A return to normalcy” and.
THE 1920’S POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC TRENDS. The Politics of Fear The 1920s Red Scare - result of Russian Revolution in mail bombings - the Palmer.
The Republican Decade!!! The politics of prosperity.
1920s – Republican Decade The Russian Revolution Vladimir Lenin promised to end Russian participation in WWI Bolsheviks gain control in November 1917.
TEKS 8C: Calculate percent composition and empirical and molecular formulas. 1920s Immigration and Foreign Policy.
Postwar Problems When the war ended, soldiers came home, many of the war factories stopped production, and price controls were lifted. This caused several.
Woodrow Wilson Dates in Office: Nickname: The Professor Political Party: Democrat Major Events: 17 th Amendment ratified Federal Reserve Act.
A Republican Decade Presidential Election Warren G. Harding promises Americans “A return to normalcy” and economic growth.
US History Chapter 12 Politics of the Roaring 20’s (The Jazz Age)
America After the Great War Chapter 12. Wilson’s Leftovers 19 th Amendment U.S. didn’t join the League of Nations His hero image increased immigration.
Introduction to the “Roaring Twenties”. Objective Following the lesson, SWBAT… understands significant events, social issues, and individuals of the 1920s.
Chapter 22 Section 1 Adjusting to Peacetime Examine how economic factors led to the election of Republican Warren Harding. Compare and contrast the administrations.
A Republican Decade CHAPTER 21 SECTION 1. Americans wanted strong, reassuring leaders who WHAT KIND OF LEADERSHIP WERE AMERICAN SEEKING IN THE EARLY.
Politics of the 1920s CH 12 Section 1: America Struggles with Postwar Issues MAIN IDEA: A desire for normality after the war and a fear of communism/foreigners.
U.S. History 1 The Roaring Twenties Part 1: Postwar Economic Downturn, Red Scare and the Republican Decade.
1920s Politics Wilson, Harding, Coolidge, Hoover.
Politics, the Red Scare, & Prohibition Chapter 20 Politics of the Roaring Twenties.
Do Now Read from your text: Page 752 (paragraph under “Return to Peace…) Page 753 (last paragraph, left side and first paragraph, right side) Does any.
A Republican Decade Angela Brown Chapter
1920s: A Conservative Decade. Why Conservative? Starts with fear of Communism –Workers in Russia had united, overthrown the capitalist upper class, and.
1920’s: End of Progressive Era Advanced US History.
CALVIN COOLIDGE 30th President of the US Buschistory Presents – The Presidents
1920’s Republican Presidents Harding, Coolidge, & Hoover.
The Politics of Prosperity. I. Corruption under Harding 1. Appointment of personal friends a. “Ohio Gang” -bribes “Teapot Dome Scandal” -sold “preserved”
Politics of the 1920s. Warren Harding Cabinet appointments: – Sec. of State = Charles Evans Hughes Future S.C. justice – Sec. of Commerce = Herbert Hoover.
Independent Reading. Bell-ringer Write a one paragraph response to this political cartoon from the 1920s.
A Republican Decade. Warren G Harding Republican Elected in 1920 Looked like a President Promised a “Return to Normalcy” Won in a landslide.
Chapter 31 Politics and Prosperity ( ). Section 1: Republican Decade I. Red Scare A. Russian Revolution elected Warren G. Harding as president.
“Trends in the Post War Era”. Question to Ponder What are some issues facing America in the Post-WWI era?
Chapter 12 Part 1 Pages Terms to know Nativism Anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti Quota System John L. Lewis Isolationism Communism.
A Republican Decade Topic 4.5/ Presidential Election Warren G. Harding Republican - Ohio Promises Americans “A return to.
Karl Marx Wrote the Communist Manifesto in 1848.
United States Postwar Issues Ch 20 Pg 618. Postwar Trends Nativism – prejudice against foreign-born people. Nativism – prejudice against foreign-born.
Politics in 1920s Ch. 14, Sec 1. The Red Scare Russian Revolution. – Communists under Lenin overthrew Czar Nicholas II & took over Russia. Communism-
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,
Unit I- U.S. Political History 20’s and 30’s Presidents Chapter 22 Section 2 and Chapter 23 Section 1.
Return to Normalcy P-21 The Roaring Twenties!. Warren G. Harding 29 th president Republican “I don't know much about Americanism, but it's a.
Post-War Issues of the 1920’s. Post-War Trends Isolationism – a policy of withdrawing from involvement with other nations Nativism – prejudice against.
12.1 Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues How did Americans adjust to the end of the war?
Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hl5OqQVaD9Y. Inventions during the 1920’s inventions#1920s-inventions.
The Roaring Twenties U.S. in the 1920s. The 1920s was: A turning point in the 20 th century A time of conflicting values Traditional/rural & Urban/modern.
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