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Classic line from Wilson’s War Message that describes his view of the conflict
The world must be made safe for democracy
These gave the federal government virtual control over the economy
Mass movement of African Americans to the North in search of wartime jobs
The Great Migration
Passed by Congress to suppress opposition to the war; used to imprison Eugene Debs
Espionage and Sedition Acts
Wilson’s idealistic hopes for the post war world
the 14 points
Harding’s 1920 phrase that connotes an end to reform and world crusades
“return to normalcy”
Dynamic duo that pushed for tax cuts and loosening of government regulations
Herbert Hoover (Sec. of Commerce) and Andrew Mellon (Sec. of Treasury)
Harding scandal involving his Sec. of Interior, Albert Fall; uncovered by the St. Louis Post Dispatch
Presidential contestants in the election of 1928
Al Smith (Democrat) and Herbert Hoover (Republican)
“A chicken in every pot and a car in every garage”
Campaign slogan of Herbert Hoover’s in 1928
Phrase for the contest between conservative and liberal Americans, as evidenced in the Scopes Monkey Trial
Modernism v. Fundamentalism
Birth of modern African American culture in New York City
Refers to the writings of the “lost generation” of American writers
“literature of alienation”
KKK Quota Acts Sacco and Vanzetti trial
All expressions of nativism
Speakeasies Volstead Act Al Capone
Prohibition (18 th Amendment)
Veterans whose protest was violently ended by the army; really bad press for Hoover
The Bonus Army
Uneven distribution of wealth; Overspeculation; Overproduction
All causes of the Great Depression
High tariffs Loans to Farmers Loans to Big Business
Attempts by Hoover to combat the Depression
Shantytowns in every major city whose name was intended as a political commentary
20% of the banks closed; 25% unemployment; End of Republican dominance
Effects of the Great Depression
Terms used to describe the flurry of legislation passed by Congress in the first three months of FDR’s term
100 Days and The New Deal
Most widespread public works jobs program; passed during the Second New Deal
Works Progress Administration (WPA)
Three terms used to describe the goals of the New Deal
Relief Recovery Reform
Father Coughlin Francis Townsend Huey Long
All critics of the New Deal
Franklin Roosevelt’s biggest legislative failure
Court packing scheme
Chapter 12: Politics of the Roaring Twenties Sect. 1 Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues.
Great Depression and Roaring ’20s COLTON BIVEN. HERBERT HOOVER President ( ) Engineer and philanthropist Secretary of Commerce under Harding and.
The Roaring ’20s and the Great Depression
Red Scare Great Migration Harlem Renaissance Scopes Trial Role of women Reemergence of the KKK Mass Media Superficial wealth Unit III District Exam Items.
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Immigration Act of 1921Immigration Act of 1924 National Origins ActVolstead Act Scopes TrialSacco-Vanzetti Trial.
US History & Government Regents Review. CAUSES EFFECTS M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism N ationalism M ilitarism A lliances I mperialism.
Lecture 4: The Roaring Twenties and Depression History 2020, United States History 2.
AP Exam Review Pt World War I – Causes Archduke Ferdinand – U.S. Involvement Lusitania Zimmerman Note Unrestricted Submarine Warfare.
20’s and 30’s Review. Woodrow Wilson Red Scare Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
BOOM TO BUST ( ) SOCIAL CHANGE POLITICS PROSPERITY CRASH/DEPRESSION THE NEW DEAL.
Chapter ) What economic developments underlay American prosperity of the 1920s, and how did those developments affect different social groups? 2.)
Unit 4 The 1920’s and The Great Depression
NOTICE augment These slides are provided to augment the lectures presented in Dr. Hatley’s History 2493-US Since 1877 course. If you miss class, you.
The Beginning of the Great Depression Causes How bad was it? The New Deal.
The Republican Years Influences of End of WWI Red Scare Black Scare Labor Strikes Prohibition Woman’s Suffrage.
$2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 1920s Harlem Renaissance Great Depression Great Depression Continued.
The 20s at a Glance. Red Scare Palmer Raids/Deportation National Origins Act 1924/Quotas KKK Nativism Sacco & Vanzetti.
The Six Ps of the 1920s From Boom to Bust.
Unit I- U.S. Political History 20’s and 30’s Presidents Chapter 22 Section 2 and Chapter 23 Section 1.
Welcome! The Topic For Today Is… Great Depression.
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Terms Presidents1920s II GD.
Woodrow Wilson Dates in Office: Nickname: The Professor Political Party: Democrat Major Events: 17 th Amendment ratified Federal Reserve Act.
The Republican Years To identify and evaluate the Presidency of the three Republicans during the 20’s. To describe how Republican policies.
SECTION 2. 1920 ELECTION, REPUBLICANS CHOSE OHIO SENATOR WARREN G. HARDING AS THEIR CANDIDATE AND CALVIN COOLIDGE AS HIS VICE PRES. CANDIDATE DEMOCRATS.
The New Deal. 2 The “Old Deal” What? President Hoover’s reaction to the Great Depression President Herbert Hoover.
The Great Depression. What caused it? Great Stock Market crash of 1929 Great Stock Market crash of 1929 On Black Tuesday, October 29 th after panic.
The Great Depression The 1930’s The Crash Black Tuesday Boom market>increased speculation>great sell-off Oct ‘29 America enters the Great Depression.
NOTES: FDR AND THE NEW DEAL. How to Deal with the Depression First, trickle down economics Help the businesses and they will in turn hire more people.
Republican Government of 1920s Warren G. Harding ( ) Calvin Coolidge ( )
Learning Objective: We will learn how the 1920’s represents a clash of values Do Now: What values do you have that clash with your parents or with the.
American Life in the Roaring Twenties Chapter 31.
1930’s - Great Depression Review 1932 Election Eleanor and the Brain Trust FDR’s “New Deal” Program – 1st Financial Recovery and Bank Holiday Industrial.
1. Emergency Quota Act- Set-up a quota system that established the maximum number of people who could enter the US from each foreign country. 2. Communism-
Chapter 13 Section 2 The Republicans In Power. The Election of 1920 Seeking a candidate with broad appeal, Republicans nominated Warren G. Harding for.
Essential Information US History The Great Depression.
Causes of the Great Depression and the Great Depression (Chapter 22)
Innovation, Materialism, Fear, and Scandal Most of all an Era of Experimentation.
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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.
GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE NEW DEAL. CAUSES OF THE GREAT DEPRESSION OVERPRODUCTION More products made than people could buy SPECULATION Led to crash in.
The Republican Years Warren G. Harding
THIS IS With Host... Your Mrs.Miness Vocabulary of the 1920’s Roaring Twenties Vocabulary Of the 1930’s Great Depression Famous.
A New Deal Fights the Depression Chapter 15, Section 1 Notes.
ELECTING FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT –Wins 1932 Presidential Election (Democrat) –Democrats control Congress (majority in Senate and House) –Defeated.
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT’S THE NEW DEAL Fireside Chats.
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