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History II

Chapter 20 Section 2

Warren G. Harding Pres. of 1920, pledged 'return to normalcy'
Calvin Coolidge successor of Warren G. Harding and V.P. who became Pres.
Andrew Mellon Sec. of the Treasury or Harding's economic direction of his administration
Herbert Hoover Sec. of Commerce and worked with business and labor leaders=achieve voluntary advancements
Ohio Gang greedy simple-minded men who saw gov. as a chance to get rich at the expense of very citizens supposed to serve
Charles Forbes head of veterans' Bureau and practiced graft on an immense scale
Attorney General Harry Daugherty used his position to accept money from criminals
Albert Fall Sec. of the Interior and was involved in the Teapot Dome Scandal- sentenced to prison for a yr.
Washington Naval Disarmament Conference raised hopes that nations could solve disagreements without resorting to war
Kellog-Briand Pact 1928, attempt to prevent war
Frank B. Kellogg Sec. of State, drew up a treaty to 'outlaw war 'as an instrument of national policy'
Aristide Briand French Foreign Minister who helped Frank B. Kellogg
Dawes Plan arranged U.S. loans to Germany and enabled Germany to make reparation payments to Britain and France
Teapot Dome Scandal a government scandal involving a former United States Navy oil reserve in Wyoming that was secretly leased to a private oil company in 1921
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