Republican Resurgence and Decline

Republican - Republican Resurgence and Decline Overview of the 1920s and the Presidency of Herbert Hoover The 1920s in the United States Women gain

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The 1920s in the United States Women gain the right to vote by the XIX Amendment to the Constitution (1920) Republicans regain the White House for the decade Prohibition of the sale and consumption of alcohol is declared illegal in the U.S. by the XVIII Amendment to the Constitution (1919) Organized crime benefits from the Prohibition Amendment
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Consumerism in the 1920s American factories reach new heights of production American consumers buy cars, radios, refrigerators, ready-to-wear clothes and other goods on credit Women adopt “modern” styles of dress Many industries expand, building new facilities
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New rise of the Ku Klux Klan Anti-black Anti-Catholic, anti-Jewish Anti-immigration Passage by Congress of immigration quotas to limit the number of new immigrants Fundamentalist religion in opposition to modern
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course HIST 143 taught by Professor Mishkin during the Spring '08 term at E. Stroudsburg.

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Republican - Republican Resurgence and Decline Overview of the 1920s and the Presidency of Herbert Hoover The 1920s in the United States Women gain

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