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Laissez-faire and economic theory based on the idea that government should keep its hands off of the economy
Henry Ford revolutionized automobile production
Margin purchasing stock with money borrowed from a bank
Warren Harding elected as President in 1920 and died in 1923, before scandals involving his administration became public
Charles Lindbergh the first person to make a solo flight across the Atlantic
Albert Fall Secretary of the Interior who was imprisoned for the Teapot Dome Scandal
Government according to the laissez-faire theory, less of this regulating business would benefit the whole nation
Corporations both Harding and Coolidge adopted policies that benefited these American _____
Imported The Ford-McCumber Tariff made these goods very expensive
Teapot Dome a scandal that led to one of Harding's cabinet members being imprisoned
Coolidge President who took office when his successor died. Known for his pro-business policies and silent demeanor
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