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Chapter 24 & 25

SS unit 4 vocabulary

1920s Installment Buying during the 1920's many people bought items on credit- it was a new policy of "buy now pay later"- put many into debt.
Isolation a foreign policy of having little to do with foreign nations- Americans thought this was the best policy in the 1800's and after WW1
The Growing Auto Industry other industries such as steel, road construction, gas station and restaurants increased
Harlem Renaissance during the 11920's large numbers of African American musicians, artist, and writers settled in Harlem in New York City- led to rebirth in African American culture
Flapper in the 1920's women who rebelled against traditional values- these women dressed differently smoked in public and visited speakeasies
Differences in the Response to the Great Depression from Hoover and FDR Hoover did little FDR attacked problems with drastic changes & gave people lots of help
Deficit Spending FDR used this practice during the great depression- the government practice of spending more money than it takes from taxes
Wagner Act law passed by Congress in 1935 which allowed workers the right to collective bargaining- protect workers from unfair business practices
New Deal enacted by FDR and Congress- created programs to provide jobs such as the CCC and WPA, fixed banking problems with the FDIC
Created by: kurzik-eva