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Test Review. The Twenties and Thirties : Jazz Age to Depression. 20s Topics. Bull Market Great Migration Consumerism Flappers Prohibition Bootlegging Al Capone Harlem Renaissance Jazz Age. 20s Topics. The Lost Generation Republican Dominated Teapot Dome Scandal —Harding

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Test Review

The Twenties and Thirties:

Jazz Age to Depression


20s Topics

  • Bull Market

  • Great Migration

  • Consumerism

  • Flappers

  • Prohibition

  • Bootlegging

  • Al Capone

  • Harlem Renaissance

  • Jazz Age


20s Topics

  • The LostGeneration

  • Republican Dominated

  • TeapotDomeScandal—Harding

  • Charles Lindbergh

  • Babe Ruth

  • Model T and Model A

  • Scopes Monkey Trial


30s Topics

  • BearMarket

  • Dustbowl

  • Okiesmigrated to California

  • Democratic Party dominated

  • New Deal

  • FDR and Eleanor Roosevelt

  • Prohibition repealed

  • Depression

  • ‘Brother, canyouspare a dime?’


30s topics

  • Fireside chats

  • Court packingscheme

  • Dorothea Lange photos

  • Hoovervilles


New Deal Programs

  • CCC—boys build camps

  • NYA—jobs for youth

  • SEC—overseessecurities

  • Social Security—retirement money


New Deal

  • WPA—work for artists and musicians

  • FDIC—insuresbankdeposits

  • TVA—gaveelectricity to Tennessee Valley


New Deal

  • PWA—public works (roadsetc)

  • AAA—agriculture—helpedfarmers

  • NRA—helped businesses

  • FHA--housing


Harding and Harlem

  • TeapotDomeScandal

  • Almostimpeached

  • Died in office

  • Coolidge becamepresident

  • Harlem Renaissance—Langston Hughes


Red Scare—20s

  • Fear of communists

  • Americawasisolationist

  • Wedid not sign the Treaty of Versailles or join the League of Nations


Mass Media of 20s

  • Newspapers

  • Movies

  • Radio

  • tabloids


Causes of Depression

  • Overproduction

  • Underconsumption

  • Unemployment

  • Buying stocks on the margin

  • Bad bankloans

  • Stock Market Crash—Black Monday--Oct. 28, 1929


Hoover

  • Laissez-faire

  • Hoovervilles

  • Hoover blankets

  • Republican President

  • Believed in ruggedindividualism


Depression

  • Stock market crash

  • Breadlines and soupkitchens

  • Hoover blankets and Hoovervilles

  • Bank holiday

  • First 100 days


FDR

  • Polio—biggest challenge

  • Democrat

  • New Deal— ‘relief, recovery and reform’

  • Eleanor—first lady

  • Election of 32—landslide

  • ‘The onlythingwe have to fearisfearitself’

  • Liberal—promotedgovernment programs

  • Braintrust—specialadvisors


New Deal Criticisms

  • Record deficits ($)

  • Court packingscheme

  • Changed the wayweviewgovernmenttoday—good or bad


DustBowl

  • Grapes of Wrath

  • Migrant workers

  • Okies to California

  • CesarChavez—leader of migrant workers in 1960s and 1970s


Essay

  • Write a paragraphcontrasting the 20s to the 30s

  • Suggestedvocabulary:

    prosperity, depression, stock market, Republicans, Democrats, ruggedindividualism, New Deal, programs, prohibition, Jazz Age, DustBowl, names of politicians or heroes


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