HIST 128 10.8.07

HIST 128 10.8.07 - III.Culteral Legacy of World War I 1....

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HIST 128 October 8, 2007 I. Defining Characteristics 1. Overwhelming Republican dominance 2. Emphasis on cultural issues a) Why? b) Urban vs. rural Wets vs. drys Catholic vs. Protestant Ethnics vs. Native-Born c) Factor as split within Democratic party II. Economic Legacy of World War I 1. Government intervention during the war 2. Inflation and recession of 1919-1921
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Unformatted text preview: III.Culteral Legacy of World War I 1. Prohibition and womens suffrage 2. Intensified ?????? 3. Search for internal enemies IV. Political and Social Consequences of Nativism 1. Rise of ??? 2. Emigration Quota Act of 1924 3. Organized crime 4. Political Fundamentalism...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HIST 128 taught by Professor Nelson during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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