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Which Candidate Will You Choose?

Which Candidate Will You Choose?

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  1. Which Candidate Will You Choose? First Candidate’s Platform Second Candidate’s Platform No quick or simple solutions to problems Put people back to work, but economic recovery will be slow Provide for the poor, elderly and the sick Avoid reckless military spending Act responsibly to safeguard democracy Be a good neighbor country, honor our debts and treaty commitments • Remember Germany’s glorious past • Replace our present indecisive leader with a strong effective leader • Rebuild the army to protect against enemies • Regain the lands taken unfairly form us • Make sacrifices to return to economic health • Our country will be great power again

  2. New Revolution in Science • Albert Einstein offered new ideas on space, time, energy & matter • Speed of light is constant • Space & time may seem constant are truly not • Space & time can change when measured relative to an object moving near the speed of light • Theory of Relativity

  3. Influence on Psychology • Sigmund Freud treated patients with psychological problems • Most human behavior is irrational or beyond reason • Irrational part of mind the unconscious • Freud’s ideas weakened faith in reason • Freud’s theories would spread

  4. Literature in the 1920’s • Writers began to write about society’s concerns • Franz Kafka wrote eerie novels such as The Trial (1925) and The Castle (1926) • James Joyce wrote Ulysses (1922) dealt with stream-of-consciousness • To deal with the uncertain world, people turned to philosophy known as existentialism • Friedrich Nietzsche wrote that Western ideas such as reason & democracy had stifled people’s creativity and actions

  5. Revolution in the Arts • Artists wanted to depict the inner world of emotion and imagination • Geogres Braque (France) & Pablo Picasso (Spain) founded Cubism • Transformed natural shapes into geometric forms • Many times several views were depicted at the same time

  6. The Persistence of Memory (1931)

  7. Surrealism • Art work that sought to link the world of dreams with real life

  8. New Style of Music • Jazz emerged in the U.S. • Developed by many African American musicians in areas of Chicago, Memphis & New Orleans • Lively and loose beat spread throughout U.S. & Europe • Captured the new freedom of the age

  9. Automobile Improvements

  10. Automobile Improvements • Prior to WWI, automobiles were for strictly for the rich • December 1913 Henry Ford came up the assembly line • Could produce cars faster • Britain produced 34,000 cars in 1913 • By 1937, they produced 511,00 cars • Lowered the price of the car • Lifestyle changes

  11. Air Travel

  12. Charles Lindbergh Flew from New York to Paris in 33 hours

  13. Flies solo across the Atlantic 1932

  14. Technology Improves • Aerosol Sprays ----- 1926 Norway by Erik Rotheim Antibiotic Penicillin ----- 1928 England by Alexander Fleming Frozen Food ----- 1924 USA by Clarence Birdseye Handheld Hair Dryer ----- 1920 USA by Hamilton Beach Co. Vacuum Tube Hearing Aid ----- 1921 USA by Earl Hanson Iron Lung ----- 1928 USA by Philip Drinker Liquid Fuel Rocket ----- 1926 USA by Robert Goddard

  15. Technology Improves • Quartz Clock ----- 1927 USA by Warren Marrison Adhesive Bandages ----- 1920 USA by Earle Dickson Talking Pictures ----- 1927 USA Television ----- 1924 Scotland by John Logie Baird Ultracentrifuge (Separates Proteins) ----- 1923 Sweden by The Svedberg Videophone ----- 1927 USA Electric Razor ----- 1927 USA by Jacob Schick

  16. Other Improvements • Guglielmo Marconi developed radio 1895 • 1920 KDKA (Pittsburgh) became the first radio station • Movies becoming a new form of entertainment • In Europe movies were seen as art • Films being made from Europe, Cuba, to the U.S.

  17. Warner Brothers The Warner family came to Youngstown in 1895 from Poland They sold bicycles, soap and ice cream 1900 invested in a movie projector 1903 investing in theaters 1918 moved to California