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I. The Twenties II. Normalcy A. “America’s present need is not heroics but healing; not nostrums but normalcy; not revolution but restoration… not surgery but serenity” Warren G. Harding. B. Harding 1. Released Eugene Debs from prison and invited him to the White House. 2. Reversed Wilson’s segregation of Washington ofFces C. Labor 1. The Open Shop Movement D. Corruption 1. Veterans’ Bureau 2. Teapot Dome 3. Selling German patents III. Growth of consumerism A. Radio Sales B. Women’s ±ashions C. Marketing to Women 1. Changing Moral standards: cigarettes 2. “Torches of ±reedom” Edward Bernays D. The “New Woman” E. Products 1. Automobiles 2. Cigarettes 3. Radios 4. Cosmetics 5. Appliances ±. Revolution in Manners and Morals 1. Effect of WWI 2. In²uence of ±reud 3. Consumerization of Sex a) Magazines b) Movies G. The “New Woman” 1. Margaret Sanger, Birth Control 2. Labor-saving household devices H. ±lapper I. Divorce Rates 1. 1910: 8.8% of Marriages ended in Divorce
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Mahr during the Spring '08 term at Onondaga CC.

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