the Roaring 20's

Unrest post-WWI, Jazz, and Crash

In the 1920s, the end of World War I brought a clash of cultures, a booming economy, and changing roles in society for some Americans

ESSENTIAL UNDERSTANDINGS


  • The "Roaring 20s" represents a clash of cultures, a booming economy, and changing roles in society for some Americans.
  • Changes in technology and culture created a more homogeneous America.


UNREST POST-WWI (social, racial, labor, political)

Nativism

Limiting Immigration

Labor Unrest

Emergence of the KKK


Isolationism (after foreign war)

Urban Sprawl


Fear of Communism/Red Scare


Sacco & Vanzetti Case

SOURCE: Summary of Case Evidence

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/SaccoV/s&vevidence.html


the Palmer Raids

SOURCE: "the Case Against the Reds" Mitchell Palmer...

http://chnm.gmu.edu/courses/hist409/palmer.html

FELIX the CAT, Animated Cartoons w/ a Message... 1920s

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Immigration Quotas... Is it Acceptable to Allow Certain Groups to Immigrate While Denying Others?

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President Warren G. Harding

Warren G. Harding: "Return to Normalcy"

CAUSES of ECONOMIC PROSPERITY (domestic policy)

President Coolidge & Harding

"Unregulated Prosperity"

Return to Normalcy (Harding)

Reduced Taxes

Increased Efficiency in Production

FORD Efficiently Mass Produced a Less Expensive Car for Americans

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Moral War in the United States?

Rural Vs. Urban

Prohibition

the Scopes Trial

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Charles Lindbergh - From New York to Paris 1927
The Entertainer's Rag player piano roll
My 1925 Ford Model T - How to Start & How to Drive