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Chapter 12 Politics of the Roaring Twenties. US/AZ History Mr. Holguin. People were fearful that Communists were trying to take over America. In the Palmer Raids, private homes and businesses were raided and hundreds were deported. The Red Scare.

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Chapter 12Politics of the Roaring Twenties

US/AZ History

Mr. Holguin


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People were fearful that Communists were trying to take over America.

In the Palmer Raids, private homes and businesses were raided and hundreds were deported

The Red Scare


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In 1920, two Italian immigrants and radicals were accused of murdering two factory guards

Witnesses said the the criminals looked Italian

Sacco and Vanzetti were executed with no solid evidence

Sacco and Vanzetti


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By 1924 the murdering two factory guardsKKK had 4.5 million members.

The Quota System place the max. number of people that could immigrate from each country

More Nativism


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Elected in 1920, Harding and his murdering two factory guardsOhio Gang were known for corruption and scandal

He died suddenly in 1923

Warren G. Harding as President


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Calvin Coolidge became president after Harding’s death murdering two factory guards

Automobiles changed the American landscape Route 66

Commercial airlines began service

Keep cool with Coolidge


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New Appliances murdering two factory guards

-Washing Machine $150

-Vacuum

$50

-Sewing Machine

$60

The advertising industry boomed due to American consumerism

Life became more expensive


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Even though goods became more expensive people kept buying things they could not afford.

Installment Plans let people slowly pay off goods while they used them

“A dollar down, and a dollar forever.”