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Post War Society

Post War Society

Post War Society. Return to Normalcy The Lost Generation Counter-Conservatism. 1920 Election. Post-war discontent, high prices, flu Outbreak, government interference Dems: James Cox and FDR GOP: Harding and Coolidge Harding calls for a “Return to Normalcy” He wins 61% of the vote .

By Anita
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Prohibition

Prohibition

This ppt originally appeared on the Langley Secondary School website at http://www.langley-sec.solihull.sch.uk/documents/history/revision/prohibition.ppt. This site went down in July 2010, so I have copied it here. Prohibition. The 18 th Amendment. What was ‘Prohibition’?.

By evelia
(318 views)

Prohibition

Prohibition

Prohibition. The Roaring Twenties. Presentation created by Robert L. Martinez. http://www.reuther.wayne.edu/faces/prohibitionraidsm.jpg. St. Valentine’s Day Massacre.

By benoit
(154 views)

Traditionalism vs. Modernism

Traditionalism vs. Modernism

Traditionalism vs. Modernism. HOT ROC- What is the difference between a traditionalist and a modernist? Discuss . The Growing Divide. Urban Attractions: Factory & Office jobs Higher wages Diversity Entertainment Etc. Rural Problems:

By lorna
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13.1 Cities v. Countryside

13.1 Cities v. Countryside

13.1 Cities v. Countryside. Cities. Countryside. “native-born” “white” people Protestant Christian Stricter morals and social rules FOR Prohibition (wanted to stop others from drinking). Immigrants and African Americans Large mix of religions, esp. Catholic, Jewish, etc.

By jenny
(137 views)

Roaring 20s

Roaring 20s

Roaring 20s. An America Divided. Morality vs Immorality.

By moesha
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12. Prohibition Aim: To describe the causes and consequences of Prohibition.

12. Prohibition Aim: To describe the causes and consequences of Prohibition.

12. Prohibition Aim: To describe the causes and consequences of Prohibition. Key words: 18 th Amendment, Volstead, liquor, Women’s Christian Temperance Union, Anti-Saloon League, moonshine, speakeasies, bootleggers , protection rackets, Al Capone.

By nassor
(185 views)

Changing Ways of Life

Changing Ways of Life

Changing Ways of Life . The New Urban Scene. American life was moving more and more into the cities Urban life much different from rural life Much more competition, faster pace of life City dwellers tolerated drinking, gambling, casual dating – considered shocking and sinful in small towns .

By solada
(166 views)

Prohibition in the 1920’s

Prohibition in the 1920’s

Prohibition in the 1920’s. What does it mean?. Prohibition was an attempt to forbid by law the selling and drinking of intoxicating beverages. Before the War.

By fritz
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Tradition vs. Modernity

Tradition vs. Modernity

Tradition vs. Modernity. Standard # 3: . Students will describe how social, economic and religious tensions divided the US. Tradition v. Modernity Rural v. Urban Flappers vs. corsets Religion vs. Science Wet vs. Dry. Tradition vs. Modernity. Rural vs. Urban = underlying divide Changes?

By aoife
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DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. SILENTLY fill out the sheet that was handed to you at the door. The Temperance Movement. The Temperance Movement was a social movement in the United States that urged the prohibition of alcohol. The Prohibition. As a result of the Temperance Movement, The Prohibition occurred

By manasa
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The 1920’s Problems & Issues of Concern

The 1920’s Problems & Issues of Concern

The 1920’s Problems & Issues of Concern. -Prohibition -Nativism -Intolerance. Prohibition. Volstead Act – Prohibition Bureau in Treasury Dept. 1920- 18 th Amendment The manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages was legally prohibited Support – rural south and West

By zarifa
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Chapter 24 Section 4

Chapter 24 Section 4

Chapter 24 Section 4. The Roaring Twenties. Charles Lindbergh. First person to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean. 19 th Amendment. Giving women the right to vote for the first time. Flappers. Symbolized the new liberated woman of the 1920s. *Short bobbed hair *Short skirts

By kasa
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The 1920s – Part I

The 1920s – Part I

The 1920s – Part I. Normalcy, Stability, & Post-WWI ‘recovery’. I. The U.S. ECONOMY After WWI. A. Immediately Following War 1. War-time Controls Lifted a. Wages b. Production of goods/Price of goods 2. Unemployment 3. Inflation. B. By 1924

By maxima
(83 views)

U.S. PROHIBITION

U.S. PROHIBITION

U.S. PROHIBITION. Path to Popularity of Alcohol in the U.S. . Immigration to the U.S./ merging of cultures. Original Uses - Considered a way to altered mind and become closer to sprits Ex. In World and in Native American culture

By akamu
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The Roaring 20’s

The Roaring 20’s

The Roaring 20’s. It was the Cat’s Pajamas Or the Bee’s Knees. Urban Development. From 1920 on more than 2 million Americans a year were moving to the cities. New York had over 5 million, Chicago 3 and Philadelphia 2 Behaviors differed between these two groups.

By eze
(104 views)

Clash of Culture: Redefining the American Identity

Clash of Culture: Redefining the American Identity

Clash of Culture: Redefining the American Identity. “New Morality”. Defined as an idea that glorified youth and personal freedom . Mass Culture. Defined as shared sense of national experience Furthered by mass media: Radio, movies, newspapers, and magazines aimed at a broad audience

By nusa
(155 views)

A Clash of Values

A Clash of Values

A Clash of Values. Ch.15 Sec.1. Nativism Resurges. Reasons for Nativist Resurgence Immigration increased again after the war ended Economy still bad after WW1 Lingering prejudice towards Germans & Communists added tension. Sacco & Vanzetti. Sacco & Vanzetti Case

By joshua
(155 views)

Chapter 11

Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Getting on with business. Sacco and Vanzetti. 1921- Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti convicted of the murder of two workers of shoe factory Both immigrants from Italy and were declared anarchists Jury foreman claimed the two should hang before the trial even began

By carl
(160 views)

The Volstead Act/ Prohibition in the 1920’s

The Volstead Act/ Prohibition in the 1920’s

The Volstead Act/ Prohibition in the 1920’s. Kami Robertson Cristina DiMarzio P5th. The Temperance Movement /Women’s Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) . Blamed alcohol for society’ s ills, crime, and murder Women disliked intoxicated men / husbands

By brie
(198 views)

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