Americans in the southern united states and developed

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Americans in the southern United States and developed into its own style of performance often based on improvisation · Jazz Age – nickname for the 1920s because of the popularity of jazz music · Volstead Act – act passed by Congress in 1919 that provided for enforcement of the Eighteenth Amendment by defining what an "intoxicating" beverage was Module 4 - 4.04 Challenges to Civil Rights The Big Ideas Why did the Ku Klux Klan rise again in the early 1920s? They rose again and cloaked themselves as a Christian organization to preserve white values. Who fought against nativism and “100 percent Americanism” and how did they fight? How did women win the right to vote? Which people and groups were most influential in the Women’s Suffrage Movement? How did life change for the Seminoles in the 1920s? How did life change for Mexican Americans during the 1920s?
People: Describe the goals and approaches each of these men had regarding African Americans.
Module 4 - 4.05 The Great Depression The Big Ideas
Vocabulary · Bear market – stock market in which prices are falling for a sustained period of time
· Black Tuesday – refers to October 29, 1929, which is the day the stock market crashed, leading to the Great Depression · Bull market – stock market in which prices are rising for a sustained period of time · Buying on margin – borrowing money to pay for stocks with the intention of paying the loans back when the price of the stock rises ·

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