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Chapter 11

1. mass production producing large amounts of a product rapidly
2. Model T reliable car that the average aamerican could afford
3. Scientific Management Used by Ford and he wanted to find the easiest and most effective way to do a task
4. Assembly Line whe multiple people each with a separate job put something together fast and efficently
5. Consumer Revolution when new affordable goods became available to the public
6. Installment Buying when a person buys an item and eventually pays back the rest
7. Bull Market rising stock prices
8. Buying on Margin when a person buys part of a stock and doesn't have to pay the ufront price
9. Teapot Dome Scandle scandle during Harding administration where the Secretary of the Interior leased government oil reserves to private oilmen in return for bribes
10. Washington Naval Disarmament Conference meeting in 1921 and 1922 when world leaders agreed to limit construction of war ships
11. Kellogg-Brand Pact 1928 agreemet wen man nations agreed to outlaw war
12. Dawes Plan arranged US loans to Germany for war debt
13. Modernism secular values rather than traditional ideas
14. Fundamentalism emphasized protest techniques and said that every single word in the bible is true
15. Scopes Trial the trial when fundamentalism and modernism clashed
16. Quota System said certain countries would govern immigration
17. Ku Klux Klan organization that promoted hatred and discrimination of certain ethnic groups
18. Prohibition banning of alchol use
19. 18th amendment forbid the manufactur, selling, and distribution of alchol
20. Volstead Act law that enforced the 18th amendment
21. bootlegger a person who sold illegal alchol
22. The Jazz Singer first movie with sound synchronized with action
23. Flapper women in the 920's that defied tradition
24. "Lost Gfeneration" American writers who are marked by disillusion with WW1 nd have to search for a newsense of meaning
25. Jazz music formed by African Americans that blended blues, ragtime, and European-baised popular music
26. Harlem Renaissance period in the 1920's when African American novilists, poets, and artists celebrated their culture
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