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1920's

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Took place in Harlem, many African American writers and artists emerged during this Harlem Renaissance
Act that severely restricted immigration National Origins Act
Trial where fundamentalist argued against the idea of evolution Scopes trial
Stemmed from the National Origins Act, prejudice against Jews Anti-Semitism
Pulled marines out of Cuba and renounced the U.S.'s right to intervene in Cuban affairs Good Neighbor Policy
Wrote "Family Limitation" and opened the first birth control center in the U.S. Margaret Sanger
Criminalized the sending of erotic things through the U.S. Postal Service Comstock Act of 1873
Established in 1934 and had the power to revoke licenses of stations that failed to operate in the public interest Federal Communications Commission
The belief that one should follow the Bible in a strict interpretation Fundamentalism
Racist Klan founded by William J Simmons in 1915 Ku Klux Klan
Founder of the Ford Motor Company, helped develop the assembly line practice Henry Ford
National constitutional ban on alcohol from 1920 to 1933 Prohibition
The idea that God did not create everything and that we have evolved from primates Evolution
Kept interest rates low after the war Federal Reserve Board
Term used to describe those who participated in the social norms of the "Jazz Age" (1920's) Flaming Youth
Originated in New Orleans in the late 19th and early 20th century, became the music genre of the 1920's Jazz
The style of architecture that was widely used in the 1920's Art Deco
A woman in the 1920's that did not follow the standards of behavior for the time Flapper
Created by: Kobe88