3 presidents of the U.S.A.
Calvin Coolidge, Franklin Delano Roosevelt & Ronald Reagan
Calvin Coolidge - 1923-1929
Calvin Coolidge served during the roaring twenties. Calvin's catchphrase was, “don't expect to build up the weak by pulling down the strong” President Coolidge thought that less government meant better government. He balanced the federal budget. President Coolidge wrote a autobiography about himself right before he died.
Flappers were a "new breed" of young Western women in the 1920s who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz.
hot time in the ‘20s!
The roaring ‘20s was when Coolidge as president.
Prohibition was a period of nearly fourteen years of U.S. history in which the manufacture, sale, and transportation of liquor was made illegal.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - 1933-1945
President Roosevelt was born rich but defended the poor. He was an athlete, but was struck down by a crippling disease. Roosevelt was president during the Great Depression. He created government agencies to spend money and help the economy. Roosevelt had established a good neighbor policy with U.S. allies. Pres. Roosevelt tried to keep neutral after war broke out in Europe. But when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, he had to declare war. At the same time, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States. President Roosevelt led the country through most of World War II.
In the absence of substantial government relief programs during 1932, free food was distributed with private funds in some urban centers to large numbers of the unemployed.
Warning! this is not a football game! This is a HUGE storm of kicked up dust. This happened when there was no rain out west so lots of dust formed, and was blown by great winds.
This is what football was like in the 1930s.
Ronald Reagan - 1981-1989
A popular video game console from the 80s.
are we not men?
New wave was a style of music that started in the 1980s, and DEVO was one of the first performers.
back to the future?
A popular movie when Reagan was president. First movie that was a trilogy. (3 movies to tell one story)