1920’s- CH 31 P1. Objectives Analyze the rise of Xenophobic feelings in the US and how it was manifested in the rise of the KKK, Anti-Communist sentiment, and Anti-Immigrant feelings
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1) Define Communism and explain the positives and negatives of Communism.
Return to Normalcy- Americans wanted to return to a simply, care free, and safe life (Americans felt disillusioned by WWI and afraid of people who were not “American”
Communism- belief that the government should control all aspects of a country and economy (Russia becomes the 1st Communist country in 1918)
Red Scare-fear of Communism (many Americans believed that immigrants were Communists) America targets immigrants as “Reds” and set limits on immigration for the 1st time
Return to Conservative Values- the US has radically grown and changed since 1900, many Americans want to go back to simpler lifestyles-What are some problems that modernity brings about?
ObjectiveAnalyze the rise of Xenophobic feelings in the US and how it was manifested in the rise of the KKK, Anti-Communist sentiment, and Anti-Immigrant feelings
18) How much money did organized crime involved in illegal alcohol take in 1930?
Summary 7- What group is selling books in this picture?
Summary 8- What is the conflict that these men are concerned about?
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