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Chapter 12 vocab

nativism prejudice against foreign born citizen.
isolation pulling away from foreign affairs.
communism political system to equalize power.
anarchists people that oppose any form of government
Sacco and Vanzetti wrongfully accused of murder and robbery.
quota system limited immigration everywhere
John L. Lewis leader of the united mine workers of america
Warren G. Harding a peaceful president
Charles Evan Hughes he urged that no more war ships be built for ten years.
Fordney-McCumber Tarriff raised us tax imports to near 60%
Ohio Gang presidents poker playing club the embarrassed him.
Teapot Dome Scandal the government set aside oil rich public lands
Albert B. Fall a close friend of various oil executives.
calvin coolidge new president, fit in very well to the pro buisness of the 1920's
urban sprawl cities began to grow a lot more
installment plan. enabled people to buy goods over large amounts of time.
Created by: sylasmurray