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John F. Carter, Jr. 1920 “Wild Young People” By Danette Harms 1910-1914 Mann Act adopted 25 March 15 April Titanic strikes an iceberg Sixteenth Amendment Seventeenth Amendment

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john f carter jr 1920

John F. Carter, Jr.1920

“Wild Young People”

By Danette Harms

1910 1914
1910-1914
  • Mann Act adopted
  • 25 March
  • 15 April Titanic strikes an iceberg
  • Sixteenth Amendment
  • Seventeenth Amendment
  • August, Germany declares war on Russia and France; Great Britain declares war on Germany as German troops invade Belgium. Japan also declares war on Germany.
  • Allied victory at the Battle of the Marne
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Points about the Article

  • Written by John F. Carter, Jr.
  • He is one of the Wild Young People
  • Discusses other articles that countered his argument
    • ‘Polite Society’ by Mr. Grundy
    • ‘Reflections of a Grundy Cousin’ by Mrs. Katharine Fullerton Gerould
  • He summarizes the gap in the Generations
    • My Generation
    • Older Generation
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What, according to Carter, are the crimes of his elders?

  • Did this new youth culture have a long-term impact on the United States?
  • Why was the statement ‘Most of the girls I know are working’ so important?
  • What does the statement ‘the great burden put upon us is being borne gallantly’ mean to the author?