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was the first to travel by plane from America to France, during a contest during the 1920s * popular culture beginning took have a large impact on American life; largely impart due to the wide use of the  radio Clash of Values American values Pledge of Allegiance Anti-immigration laws *reduce number of immigrants, especially from places that were not seen as American KKK
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* created to reserve the American identity, Anglo-saxon protestants Fundamentalist Religion Billy Sunday Aimee McPherson William Jennings Bryan * gets involved in the scope trials Tent revivals Society Flappers * women shaving their legs, wearing skirts that showed their knees, wearing their stockings high or  low, make up Bootleggers Al Capone * show peoples willingness to purchase illegal items Dutch Schultz Mafia * mostly Italians, introduced organized crime Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes * the primary spokesman for the Harlem Renaissance Marcus Garvey * promoted the back to Africa idea, dressed very flamboyant, attempts failed Science Darwinism * Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution * Many states did not teach the theory of evolution in public schools; in Tenn. the teaching of  Darwin’s theory was outlawed * ACLU challenges the law, turned into a huge trial and big ordeal  Scopes Trial Dayton, TN * where the trial took place *becomes a circus kind of trial Clarence Darrow * the best known defense lawyer brought in by the ACLU to defend John Scopes
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*Darrow puts William Jennings Bryan on the stand John Scopes * founded guilty and fined $100 * sparks battles and debates over the teachings of the creation of mankind WGN Crash of ‘29 *the stock market crash of 1929 marks the start of The Great Depression
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