Roaring Twenties

Roaring Twenties - The Roaring Twenties 1919 Setting the...

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The Roaring Twenties
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1919: Setting the Tone for the  1920s » The Red Scare Labor’s Woes » The Black Sox  Scandal Baseball’s Woes » The Retreat from  Reform Progressivism’s  Woes 
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Advertising the American  Dream » Celebrating Health  and Wealth as  America’s  Distinctiveness from toothpaste to  deodorant good hygiene = good  relationships =  healthy society and  strong nation 
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Advertising the American  Dream » Women and  Advertising good for consumer good for capitalism good for citizenship
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The Republican Era » “I knew this job  would be too much  for me.” Warren Harding » stately and genial on  the surface » scandalized and  overwhelmed behind  the scenes  » “Teapot Dome”  scandal
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The Republican Era » “The business of  America is  business.” Calvin Coolidge » honest and genteel » flair for publicity » the less government  the better society
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The Republican Era » “A return to  normalcy.” Herbert Hoover »
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