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Analysis of a manufacturing process to improve speed and efficiency. Scientific Management
The first person to fly solo and non-stop across the Atlantic Ocean in a plane named The Sprit of St. Louis? Charles Lindberg
He applied mass production techniques to manufacture automobiles; initiated major changes that impacted wages, working conditions, and daily life. Henry Ford
A period of rising prices in the stock market. Bull Market
A group violently opposed to immigrants, Catholics, Jews, & African-American Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Founder of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and the “Back to Africa” movement who promoted black pride. (Also loving known as the Jamaican Captain Crunch) Marcus Garvey
The first sports celebrity nicked-named the “Sultan of Swat” and the “Bambino”? Babe Ruth
1925 “Monkey Trial” which challenged a law against teaching Darwin’s Theory of Evolution in Tennessee public schools. Scopes Trial
Agreement to outlaw war as an instrument of national policy. Kellogg-Briand Pact
A flood of new, affordable goods. Consumer Revolution
A law that gave the government power to enforce the 18th Amendment. Volstead Act
An exclusively American art form based on improvisation that came to represent the Roaring Twenties Jazz
This was the first talking motion picture? The Jazz Singer
The rapid, large-scale manufacture of identical products Mass Production
Buying on credit by making an initial down payment and the paying the balance over time. Installment Buying
Automobile manufactured by Henry Ford to be affordable to a mass market? Model T
Prolific writer/poet who celebrated African American culture and life. Langston Hughes
. Known as “Empress of the Blues” the most well-known, well-paid artist of her time? Bessie Smith
. Buying stock on credit by paying a percentage up front and borrowing the rest of its cost. buying on margin
A formula to determine how many immigrants could enter the US annually from a given country Quota System
. Harlem Renaissance writers who showed the struggles of ordinary African Americans and called for social and political change? Claude McKay
Folklorist and author of Their Eyes were Watching God. Zora Neal Hurston
A popular silent film star who was known for his physical comedy. Charlie Chaplin
The flowering of African-American arts and literature in the 1920s in New York. Harlem Renaissance
A young woman of the 1920s who rejected traditional values and dress Flapper
Manufacturing technique in which products move past worker, each whom adds one small component Assembly Line
Secretary of Commerce; favored voluntary cooperation between businesses and workers. Herbert Hoover
This trumpet player influenced the development of Jazz. Louis Armstrong
Secretary of the Interior Albert Fall took bribes inn return for leasing federal oil reserves to private companies. Teapot Dome Scandal
Someone who illegally sold alcohol during Prohibition bootlegger
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