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This guaranteed minimum wage for women and children. This allowed women to be more supported in general jobs, outside of domestic jobs like housework or nannying. To what extent did the 19thAmendment improve gender equality? Defend your answer.The 19thamendment significantly improved gender equality. This allowed women to vote, which was a very critical part of equality. This allowed women to have a say in all matters, which still applies today. Explain why Sigmund Freud had such a profound influence on American culture.He provided social and mental explanations for actions children and adults did. This wasinteresting and intriguing for the people, as they probably hadn’t thought about the motives behind their actions or thoughts. List three causes of post WWI disillusionment.a.PTSDb.Loss of faith in leadersc.Returning home, where people didn’t understand their war experience What is your prior knowledge of the Lost Generation?People felt helpless and lost, and they had believed that good had lost the war against evil. Google Frank Lloyd Wright and Georgia O’Keeffe. How can you use these two individuals to illustrate modernism in the 1920s?They aimed to capture emotion and power of objects through their work.
Women at Home…Women in the Labor Force…Revolutionin Morals…Divorce…Education…The Literature of Alienation…Art and Architecture…Harlem Renaissance…How did Harlem entertainment and audiences differ from other cities?This was a time where black contributions and intellectuality was encouraged and supported. The viewers were black and other races, which was different from other cities that were strictly segregated, by law or socially. Compare the beliefs of W.E.B. DuBois with Marcus Garvey.Garvey wanted to unify and connect people of African descent worldwide. DeBois called for increased support for black education and intelligence. They both called for unification of blacks, but in different ways. What did Marcus Garvey have in common with the American Colonization Society?(see page 215)The society aimed to help blacks leaving Africa, whereas Garvey wanted to help unify blacks around the world to feel together. They both aimed for unity and aid of black people throughout the world.