Apush-chapter 23-the 1920’s: Coping With Change. 1920-1929



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APUSH-Chapter 23-the 1920’s: Coping With Change. 1920-1929


People, Places and Things
Identify/Describe/Explain the following:

  1. Henry Ford and Fordism and the Model T

  2. The Open Shop and the American Plan

  3. The McNary-Haugen Bill

  4. Harding Administration Scandals: Ohio Gang, Teapot Dome

  5. A. Mitchel Palmer and Palmer Raids

  6. Red Scare

  7. Fordney-McCumber (1922) and Smoot-Hawley (1930) Tariffs

  8. Andrew Mellon and Trickle Down Economics

  9. Washington Naval Arms Conference

  10. Calvin Coolidge

  11. The Jazz Age

  12. the Lost Generation

  13. the Flapper

  14. Expatriots

  15. Harlem Renaissance

  16. Langston Hughes

  17. the Jazz Singer

  18. George Gershwin

  19. F. Scott Fitzgerald

  20. Sinclair Lewis

  21. Ernest Hemingway

  22. Georgia O’Keeffe

  23. Duke Ellington

  24. Charles A Lindberg

  25. KDKA

  26. the Immigrations Act of 1921 and 1924and the National-Origins Quota System

  27. Hawley Smoot Tariff

  28. Sacco and Vanzetti

  29. Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association

  30. Scopes Trial

  31. The Lever Act of 1917, the Volstead Act

  32. Stock Market









  1. The 1920s was a period of tension between new and changing attitudes on the one hand and traditional values and nostalgia on the other.

  2. What led to the tension between the old and the new?

  3. In what ways was that tension manifested?



  4. The Twenties-Tradition v Change



  1. The Generation Gap –Young v Old/Flaming Youth v Lost Generation

















  1. Urban Modernists v Rural Fundamentalists



    1. Urban v Rural







    1. The Scopes Trial-Modernists v Fundamentalists







  1. Prohibition v Anti-Prohibition









  1. Nativism v Foreign Born



    1. Red Scare and the Palmer Raids







    1. Quotas







    1. Sacco-Vanzetti-Trial







    1. KKK













  1. Politics and Foreign Policy

    1. Warren Harding (1920)



      1. “Return to Normalcy”







      1. Tea Pot Dome Scandal







      1. Fordney-McCumber Tariff





    1. Calvin Coolidge (1923) (1924)

      1. “Silent Cal”





      1. “Business of America is Business”







      1. Dawes Plan







    1. Hebert Hoover (1928)

      1. 1928 Election: Hoover v Al Smith







      1. Promised Continued Prosperity and end to Poverty – “Chicken in Every Pot”







      1. Kellogg-Briand Pact







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