Globalization of 1920's

current events of the 1920's

Nativism Strikes

Nativism- The protecting of land from immigrants.

After WW1 Americans were disillusioned by war which caused outside influential groups to seek refuge in the American land.

Laws Passed

1. Married women's act of 1922 ( cable act) it revoked the citizenship of women who married foreigners

2. National origin act reduced the number of immigrants that came into the U.S. 1924

3. the emergency quota law of 1921 limit the number of immigrants entering the U.S each year

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KKK on America

the K.K.K. had an Influence over american society covering them in a shadow.
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Red Scare Is REAL!!!

Is was the fear that Americans thought that communism was in america and they were soon going to take over. this first happened during 1919-1920.

the Red Scare tried to influence the people, and infiltrate the federal government.

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Palmer Raids Strike Back

the United states department of justice sought to capture, arrest, and deport leftist, especially anarchist's.
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Sacco and Vanzetti

Sacco and Vanzetti were Italian born anarchists who were convicted of murder of a Guard and a Paymaster during the armed robbery of the Slater and Morrill Shoe Company, and were executed by the electric chair seven years later.
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Schenck Vs. U.S.

the schenck VS U.S. Act of 1919 was the concerning of the espionage Act of 1917 during WW1. the first amendment was violated due to this act.
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John T. Scopes

John T. Scopes was convicted of teaching evolution thus violating the Tennessee's Butler Act.
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Clarence darrow

Clarence Darrow was an american lawyer who founded the American civil liberties union
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Williams Jennings bryant

William Jennings Bryant was the 41st secretary of state
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Henry Ford

Henry Ford founded the Ford automobile company. He also created the assembly line
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Jazz age

the Jazz age was after world war 1 when jazz music emerged
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Marcus Garvey

Marcus Garvey was a Jamaican political leader. he also founded the universal negro improvement association

Letter to Editor

Hey! The article about the Teapot Dome Scandal was very informative and I really enjoyed it. It was really wrong of the US government to accept bribes.