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The 1920s

This caused the foreign born people to decrease from 13% in 1920 to 4.7% in 1970. National Origins Act
The act that banned the spread of information about birth control. Comstock Act of 1873
A group of radical feminist that began campaigning for an equal rights amendment. National Women's Party
Trial against a substitute teacher that taught evolution. Scopes Trial
This act outlawed the use of using grain in alcoholic beverages. Lever Act
The group, founded by William J. Simmons, which had a distrust against foreigners, black people, Catholics, and Jews. Ku Klux Klan
A cultural, artistic, and social expansion that took place in Harlem, New York. Harlem Renaissance
This man designed the Model T Ford in the year 1908. Henry Ford
Henry Ford was also a manufacturer of this "flying machine". Airplane
A bribery case that took place under the presidency of Warren Harding. Teapot Dome Scandal
This policy, under the administration of FDR, was thought to be the strengthening of economic opportunities between Latin America and The US. "Good Neighbor" Policy
These were the marchers that gathered at Washington D.C to demand pay for their service in the army. Bonus Army
This is the event that took place in 1929 that led the the Great Depression. The Stock Market Crash of 1929
This was a worldwide phenomenon that was caused by economic imbalances from the results of the Great War. Great Depression
He was the president during the Great Depression. Herbert Hoover
This president won the Election of 1932, preceding Hoover. Franklin D. Roosevelt
This was the type of music wildly popular in the 1920s. Jazz
This political party believed that children and working women needed the protection of the government to improve their working conditions. Social Femenists
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