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WWI & 1920s

Fourteen Points a set of 14 principles proposed by President Wilson as a basis for ending WWI and for keeping the peace.
American Expeditionary Force troops sent to Europe by the U.S. Army during WWI (fought with France and Great Britain against Germany)
Armistice a formal agreement between groups fighting a war to stop fighting, sometimes temporarily.
Sedition Act of 1918 an act passed during WWI that made it a crime to speak badly against the government
flappers slang term for a young woman in the 1920's who showed their freedom from conventions of dress and behavior
blue laws laws that prohibit certain activities at certain times, which are usually based on religion
Big Apple African-American dance hall in Columbia, SC
Southern Literary Renaissance a revitalization of American southern literature that began in the 1920's and 1930's
Harlem Renaissance period of great African American artistic accomplishment beginning in the 1920's in the Harlem neighborhood of New York City
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