Roaring Twenties

By: Alondra Silva,Ashley Campos,Alexis Garcia

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Whats new in culture and innovations

Jazz and dance are really in! Musicians such as King Oliver and Louis Armstrong are some of the more popular jazz musicians.
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Letter to the editor

Dear Editor, I heard about the last invention of the televison and im very curious to know more about how it works.

Political Cartoon

This political cartoon represents prohibition. The 18th amendment made alcohol illegal in the U.S.
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Bibliography of John Logie Baird

august 13,1888 - june 14,1946


John Logie Baird was a scottish inventor and engineer. Baird studied at Royal technical college, University of Glasgow, and Larchfield Acadamy.

NATIVISM

The policy of protecting the interest of Native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants.

The Bennett Law- it caused a political uproar in Wisconsin in 1890, as the sate government passed a law that threatened to close down hundreds of German-language elementary schools.

The Immigration Act (Johnson-Reed Act)- The Immigration Act of 1924 limited the number of immigrants allowed entry into the United States through a national origins quota.

The KKK- Immigration Act of 1924 limited the number of immigrants allowed entry into the United States through a national origins quota. The quota. Provided immigration visas to two percent of the total number of people of each nationality in the United States as of the 1890 national census.

POLITICS

Warren G Harding.

The 29th president, died by a heart attacks in 1923. His presidency was overshadowed by the criminal activities of some of his cabinet members. In 1920 he won the general election in a landslide.

Teapot Dome Scandal

The Teapot Dome Scandal of the 1920s involved national security, big oil companies and bibery and corruption a the highest levels of the government of the U.S. Dhoney bribed warren g harding into giving them lands.

Kellogg- Briand Pact

Was an agreement to outlaw war signed August 27, 1928.

Court Cases

Red Scare

It took hold in the United States. A nationwide fear of communists, socialists, and other dissidents suddenly grabbed the American psyche in 1919.

Palmer Raids

It involved mass arrests and deportation of radicals at the height of the post World War 1 era Red Scare.

Sacco & Vanzetti

Two anarchists, who were convicted of a robbery and two murders and were sentenced to death.

Schneck VS United States

Schenck was convicted of violating the espionage act which prohibits individuals from obstructing military.