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Ch. 7 Rolling 20's

Chapter 7

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Detroit, MI Ford's first assembly line factory to produce Mode; T cars wwas for 1 1/2 hours instead of 12 hours which other cars took to be build. It was a popular choice of cars which he produce a right amount of money to pay his workers $5.
Henry Ford an entrepreneur and inventor who developed the model T car
Model T built on an assembly line. Sold at a low price and all looked exactly alike and the same color black. Produced from 1908-1927. By 1913, 40% of the cars in the cars in the US were Model T's. By, 1920, half of the cars in the world were Model T's.
assembly line is were workers stay in one place and put parts of the cars together as they go by on a moving belt.
mass production making of a large number of goods that are exactly alike. One of most popular was the radio.
mass media public forms of communication to reach large audiences like radio, television, newspapers.
Prohibition complete ban on the sale of alcholic drinks. Led to Blue Laws.
18th Amendment passed in 1919 it outlawed the manufacture, sale and transportation of alcholic beverages in the United States. Called the Prohibition Amendment.
21st Amendment passed in 1933 ended prohibition
bootleggers criminals who took over the alcohol business during prohibition. Often led to violence.
speakeasies
jazz
Harlem Renaissance
Langston Hughes
Charles Lindbergh
Amelia Earhart
Georgia O'Keefe
Herbert Hoover
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