Chapter 27

Chapter 27 - Republicans Resurgence and Decline The 20's...

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Republicans Resurgence and Decline 14/02/2008 13:58:00 The 20’s continued. .... rise of nativism caused by large influx of immigrants Scopes Monkey trial Clarence Darrow and William Jennings Bryan rise of prohibition  Jazz Age New Women defied cultural stereotypes  1920 women got right to vote in national elections Harlem Renaissance gave birth racial consciousness Growing Consumer Culture – 1920s advertising industry – deodorant, Listerine, etc.  celebration of consumption (positive good, retail therapy, therapeutic)  o movies o magazines – gossip columns, movie stars, etc.  o trend setters o radio airplanes/cars o Charles Lindbergh – flew from the U.S. to Paris in 1927 o Amelia Earhart – first woman to do the same thing – 1932 o by 1930, there were 43 airlines in the U.S.  in 1920, ¼ of all workers were agricultural workers
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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