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The Business of America“. . . the chief business of the American people is business The man who builds a factory builds a temple – the man who works there worships there.”
Key Goals To keep government interference in business to a minimum and to allow private enterprise to flourish.
How did the Automobile Impact America?Paved roads New routes Architectural styles Gas stations Garages Motels Traffic signals Tunnels Cloverleaf Ended isolation
It will take a hundred years to tell whether you helped or hurt us, but you certainly didn’t leave us where you found us Will Rogers
What helped the airplane industry to grow at this time?
How would the U.S. be described at this time?Prosperous: having or characterized by financial success or good fortune; flourishing; successful: a prosperous business.
What were the electrical conveniences of the 1920’s?
Advertising Changes in the 1920’sYouthfulness Health Wealth Beauty
Buying Goods Installment Plan
What were the potential problems with “superficial” prosperity?What could possible go wrong?
The Business of America
Unit 5 - The Business of America
Chapter 20 Section 3 Business in America and Superficial Prosperity.
The Roaring 20’s Continued…. American business begins to flourish!
POLITICS OF THE ROARING 20’S. THE BUSINESS OF AMERICA The new president, Calvin Coolidge, fit the pro-business spirit of the 1920s very well His famous.
12.3 The Business of America Is Business Calvin Coolidge = pro business Business boom Standard of living soared.
Technology in the 1920s. Calvin Coolidge favored government policies that would keep taxes down and business profits up, and gave businesses more available.
Baltimore Polytechnic Institute February 9, 2011 U.S. History Mr. Green.
CH The Business of America. American Industries Flourish How did the automobiles change American life? What advances were made in the airplane industry.
Section 3: Business of America
Laissez-faire. All of the following would apply to politics of the 1920s EXCEPT A) “The business of America is business” B) Republican control of government.
The Business of America Chapter 12, Section 3. The Economics of Calvin Coolidge President Calvin Coolidge: low taxes, high business profits – Provided.
POLITICS OF THE ROARING 20’S
AUTOMOBILE EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND COMPANY OR PRODUCT
20-3: The Business of America. Automobiles Helped the economy to boom Spurred the building of paved roads, service stations, garages, etc. Changed architectural.
LESSON OBJECTIVES/ GOALS/ SWBAT
Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues “Normalcy” & Isolationism The Business of America The 1920s Politics of the Roaring Twenties.
The Business of America CHAPTER 12- SECTION 3. Calvin Coolidge Born in 1872 Republican lawyer from Vermont Governor of Massachusetts Boston.
The Business of America Main Idea: The prosperous 20’s led to a rise in the American standard of living. The US owned 40% of the world’s wealth Many Americans.
Chapter 12 Notes. Americans lash out at those who are different while they enjoy prosperity and new conveniences produced by American businesses.
President Harding/American Economy (Ch. 12, Sec. 2 & 3) 1. Scandals Rocked Harding’s Administration 2. Automobile & Airplane Changed American Life 3. American.
Chapter 12 Section 3 I. The Business of America
1920’s- Politics and Business Objective Questions 1) Explain why President Harding was an ineffective President by two examples of Presidential mismanagement.
Growth of the Middle Class
Influences economic prosperity Encourages growth of suburbs Changes patterns of leisure - road trips and vacations become commonplace Affected patterns.
Lives of the People -once isolated rural communities tightly controlled values high standards of religious morality -migration of more people to urban.
Business of America Objective: Analyze the growth of cities, production, and credit Production – Red City – Blue Credit - Green.
The Politics of the 1920’s. Section 1: American Postwar Issues The American public was exhausted from World War I. Public debate over the League of Nations.
The Business/Economy of America. President Coolidge was Pro-Business What does “pro-business” mean? –Keep taxes down for business – have more in their.
ROARING TWENTIES Revolution Abroad ad Reaction at Home After the Russian Revolution, the newly formed Communist Party in the United States.
A GROWING ECONOMY Roaring Twenties:. Learning Objectives 1.Analyze how the growing importance of the automobile and other new industries improved the.
Social and Economical Changes of the early 20 th century Describe the effects of inventions and electrification on life in America during 1920s and 1930s?
Social, Economic, and Technological changes Developments in factory and labor productivity, transportation, communication and rural electrification of.
20:3 The Business of America. Calvin Coolidge “The chief business of the American people is business”~Coolidge Republican policies supported business.
Warm Up What do the following words mean? Write definitions down in your own words. You may use your phone or a dictionary to look up words you don’t know.
Topic: Prosperity, Depression and the New Deal ( ) The Post-World War I period was characterized by economic, social and political turmoil. Post-
Lesson 3A: We will learn about changes in lifestyle for the middle class during the 1920’s. Do Now: Technology & inventions: 1.) Choose an invention that.
POLITICS OF THE ROARING 20’S. AMERICAN POSTWAR ISSUES – Nativism – Isolationism – Fear of _____________: Red Scare _________________– Italian immigrant.
Coolidge was known to be a “low talker” with the nickname “Silent Cal” and was not as charismatic as Harding He had very clear policies about business.
Unit 3 Prosperity, Depression and the New Deal ( ) The Post-World War I period was characterized by economic, social and political turmoil. Post-war.
Bell Work--Review 12/2/15 What was the Teapot Dome Scandal? 1.What natural resource was the issue? 2.Who owned the resource rights first? 3.Who would Albert.
Boom Times Chapter 14 Section 1. Prosperity and Productivity US econ grew after demobilization Pro business policies, tax cuts, growth of electricity,
1.How far did the US economy boom in the 1920s? 2.How far did US society change in the 1920s? 3.What were the causes and consequences of the Wall Street.
Chapter 20 Politics of the. There are two distinct beliefs that began to surface in America.
Chapter 20 Politics of the Roaring Twenties. There two distinct beliefs that began to surface in America.
THE HARDING PRESIDENCY Mr. Bermudez. Daily Question When you get back from a vacation, how do you feel? Are you glad to get back to your normal routines?
A New Economic Era Unit 2 Section 2 Part 7. Discussion Question How would you describe the United States after World War I? What were some things that.
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