History 7 - Moody Farrag History 106 March 5 2007...

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Moody Farrag History 106 March 5, 2007 Repression on what people thought, did and wore. This was a Victorian culture. Froyd thought it was dangerous. People want to express themselves rather than repress. The new woman - new way of life for women. Women are more liberated (no more restricted clothing). They can go out, have fun, dance, smoke, etc. Therapeutic ethic - what you do and the actions u take culminate from what . It was a culture to get rid of the Victorian culture. People throughout the 1920s who hate the new order think America is falling to pieces. 1 group is the natavist’s. The belief that America is regressing (was powerful but has lost it). 1. Antiradicalism- connects to a fear of anything for newly arrived Europeans and ideas. Many natavist’s were concerned about these issues. 2. Strong anti-catholic- it becomes big in the 19teens 1920s. States band catholic schools in west. 3. White supremacy- natavist’s begin to connect racism to biology and social science. Racism is biological. Madison Grant writes The Passing of the Great Race . There are 3 groups in Europe: Nortics, Alpines, and Mediterranean’s. He puts a scientific connection towards this but it is bullshit.
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