Chapter 23 Study Guide

Chapter 23 Study Guide - Hemingway, George Gershwin 5. What...

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Chapter 23 Study Guide. 1920s: Coping with Change 1. What was the basis for the business boom 1920s? a. Main exception to prosperity? b. Why did the unions decline? IDs: Fordism, Bruce Barton, Teapot Dome, Nan Warren 2. Politics: base of Republicans-Democrats (p. 537); women and politics 1920s (suffrage, women’s gains) 3. What was the attitude toward war? Why? Examples? IDs: Washington Naval Arms Conference, Kellogg-Briand Pact 4. Why did mass entertainment come about 1920s (2 historical reasons)? IDs: Al Jolson, Charles A. Lindbergh, Sigmund Freud, flapper, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest
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Unformatted text preview: Hemingway, George Gershwin 5. What was the Harlem Renaissance? IDs: Cotton Club, Langston Hughes a. Different approach of Marcus Garvey (p.551) 6. Society and Conflict: how do the following illustrate opposition to change? a. National origins act 1924, 1929 b. Sacco-Vanzetti c. Scopes trial d. Ku Klux Klan of 1920s (David Stephenson) e. Volstead Act (who were the drys,who were the wets?) IDs: William Jennings Bryan, Clarence Darrow, Al Capone, Al Smith, Herbert Hoover (note Hoover’s reputation, versus reality)...
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Chapter 23 Study Guide - Hemingway, George Gershwin 5. What...

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