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Sheet1 Page 1 Roaring 20s - 1920 census - majority live in larger towns or cities 1920 election - democrats - james cox VP - franklin roosevelt - join the league - more progressivism republicans - warren harding VP - Calvin Coolidge - US will not join the league - Return to normalcy 60% Republican Ascendency - conservative, pro-business Harding Coolidge Hoover US Senate - republican majority until 1932 House - Republican majority until 1930 Rural vs. Urban 1925 - Scopes Trial - Clavence Darrow vs. William Jennings Bryan 1927 - Buck vs Bull prohibition wet let liquor flow dry no liquor 1928 election Immigration Act - capped immigrants and quotas by country, based on 1890 census. reduce immigration from south and east e ^^^ Equal Rights Amendment Hoover - republican - Quaker - dry Al Smith - democrat, catholic, wet. ..carried 12 largest cities Parties starting to change Flappers - Jazz. ..young women Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes Zora Neal Thorston East Texas Oil Field discovery Scottsboro Boys Trial
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