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Ch 25 social L. 3

The Roaring Twenties

TermDefinition
Louis Armstrong African American jazz musician =
Ernest Hemingway American writer who wrote "A Farewell to Arms"
F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote " The Great Gatsby"
Sinclair Lewis wrote Babbitt, portrayed American as dull and narrow minded
Eugene O'Neill Playwright who wrote powerful, realistic dramas
Langston Hughes Best known poet of the Harlem Renaissance
Countee Cullen teacher who won prizes for his books on poetry
Claude McKay African American poet who decried violence against black Americans
Zora Neal Hurston wrote novels, essays, and short stories about African American folklore
Babe Ruth Baseball player otherwise known as the " Sultan of Swat"
Charles Lindbergh first to fly non stop across the Atlantic
flapper young women who rebelled against traditional ways of thinking and acting
Jack Dempsey World Heavy weight boxing champ for 7 years
Al Capone Chicago mobster thought to be responsible for the St. Valentine's Day massacre
Sacco and Vanzetti two Italian immigrants arrested for robbery and murder, symbolized the anti immigrant feeling of time
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