World War I (Homefront) (1)

World War I (Homefront) (1) - A. The Red Scare B. Labor...

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World War I: Impact on the Home Front I. The Home Front during War Time A. Financing and Mobilizing for the War B. The Espionage and Sedition Acts C. Anti-German Sentiment D. Amending the Constitution: The Eighteenth and Nineteenth Amendments II. Ending the War: The Versailles Treaty and the Senate Debate III. Post-War America
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Unformatted text preview: A. The Red Scare B. Labor Tensions IV. Conclusions Key Terms : Committee on Public Information War Industries Board, Bernard Baruch Espionage Act (1917) Sedition Act (1918) Eighteenth Amendment (Prohibition) Versailles Treaty Homer Cummings Henry Cabot Lodge A. Mitchell Palmer, Red Scare Steel Strike of 1919...
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