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Hist1121920s - The 1920s The Jazz Age I Cycles of American...

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The 1920s: The Jazz Age? I. Cycles of American History II. Postwar Disillusionment III. The Politics of `Normalcy’ IV. The Economy of the 1920s: Boom and Bust Rise of Consumer Society V. Agriculture: The Depression begins early Great job on “Where in the World” assignment! Russell Baker’s Growing Up will be covered on the exam as well as in your essay due this week and discussion section. One min. Quest. Sect 8. Last time: why did Progressivism end? Was Wilson unpopular after the war/ Exam a week fromWed. Format: 25 mult choice, 1 essay--you will get 4 questions on Wednesday, 1 of which will be on the exam.
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The Cycles of U.S. History: periods of reform followed by eras of conservatism. Activism followed by quietism.
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A hard decade to characterize: culturally radical in some ways, but not in others.
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Postwar Disillusionment Reaction against the Progressive era and the Great War. Some of it voluntary (writers and artists), some forced (by government repression).
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