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ohs ch 11

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mass production the rapid manufacture of large number of identical products
scientific management find ways to reduce time, effort, and expense
assembly line has a line of workers that each do the same thing over and over again
consumer revolution a flood of new affordable of goods became available to the public
installment buying where a customer puts down a small down payment and then pays the rest with monthly payments
bull market a period of rising stock prices
buying on margin another form of buying on credit
Model T the first type of car that Henry Ford started making using an assembly line
Teapot Dome scandal when someone sold navy oil to private buyers
Washington Naval Disarmament Conference another idea in which do solve nations problems without using war
Kellogg-Briand Pact made a treaty to outlaw war
Dawes Plan an agreement that arranged U.S. loans to Germany
modernism the growing trend to emphanize science and secular values over traditional values
fundamentalism emphasized Protestant teachings and the belief that every word in the Bible was literal was truth
Scopes Trial when a biology teacher taught evolution in Dayton, Tennessee he was arrested and it brought national attention
quota system designed to govern immigration from specific countries
Klu Klux Klan revived by a group of angry men on Stone Mountain in Georgia
Prohibition the rule of no alcohal
Eighteenth Amendment forbade the manufacture , distribution, and sale of alcohol anywhere in the US
Volstead Act enforced the eighteenth amendment
bootlegger sold illegal alcohol to consumers
The Jazz Singer first movie with sound synchronized to the action
flapper a young woman with short skirts and rouged cheeks who had her hair cropped close in a style known as a bob
"lost generation" 20's known as this because they no longer had faith in cultural guideposts of the Victorian Era
jazz a musiclal form based on improvisation
Harlem Renaissance flowering of AA culture
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