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1920’s and Modernism 18:23 I. Warren G. Harding (R) a. Wilsonism VS. Normalcy – People against progressivism – Normal life away  from Idealism  b. 1920 Election b.i. Harding and Coolidge b.ii. Cox and F.D. Roosevelt c. Accomplishments c.i. Andrew Mellon c.i.1. Budget and Accounting Act, 1921 c.i.2. Revenue Acts, 1921, 1924 c.i.3. “Trickle Down II. Roaring Twenties a. Prosperity a.i. New Industries a.i.1. Radio a.i.1.a. KDKA, Pittsburg, !920 a.i.1.b. 500  by 1922 a.i.2. Advertising a.i.2.a. Psych ads: create demand a.i.3. Consumerism a.i.3.a. Planned obsolescence 
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III. “Roaring Twenties” a. Prosperity a.i. New Industries a.i.1. Radio a.i.1.a. KDKA, Pittsburg, 1920 a.i.1.b. 500 by 1922 a.i.2. Advertising a.i.2.a. Psych ads: create demand a.i.3. Consumerism a.i.3.a. Planned obsolescence  b. New Woman b.i. Flappers b.ii. Club and Professional c. Crime Spectacles c.i. Al Capone, “Scarface” c.i.1. Valentines Day, 1929 c.ii. Leopold and Loeb
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The Great Depression 18:23 I. Causes a. Long Term a.i. Uneven distribution of wealth a.ii. Unstable corporate structure a.ii.1. “holding companies” a.iii. Poor Banking system a.iii.1. Investment=Commercial a.iv. Agricultural overproduction b. Short Term/Immediate: Crash b.i. “Margin” stock of the 1.3 M/ 600,000 Are Margin accounts b.ii. Buying Frenzy, 1928-29 b.iii. Crash b.iii.1. “Black Thursday” 10/24/29 b.iii.2. Friday and weekend b.iii.3. Monday 10/28/29 b.iii.4. Crash 10/29/29 II. Conditions a. Business and Industry a.i. Stocks a.ii. Bancks a.iii. Bankruptcy
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The Great Depression 18:23 a.iv. GNP $104 Bil, 1928;  $41 Bil, 1933 b. Unemployment b.i. 15-17 M Unemployed b.ii. 34 M Effected III. Herbert Hoover a. Stanford, 1895 – President, 1928 a.i. Hoverized b. Depression Analysis c. Policies c.i. Reconstruction Finance Corp, 1932 c.ii. Home Loan Bank, 1932
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