Good Times, Bad Times
By Maia Sloan
America After World War One
- American women were able to vote
- For many people it was hard to go home and face racial discrimination
Kansas Becomes More Industrial
- Many miners went on strike because they were underpaid.
- Machines became popular on farms because they made the work easier.
- People who were hired in replacement for striking miners and those who refused to strike were called scaps.
- By 1920 the Coleman Company of Wichita was producing 50,000 lanterns.