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Ch.7 Roaring 20's

TermDefinition
Henry Ford an entrepreneur and inventor who developed the Model T car
Model T built on a assembly line. Produced from 1908-1927.
assembly line when people do different jobs and by the end of the belt it gets finished.
Detroit, MI Ford's first assembly line factory to produce Model T cars . Would become the center of the US auto industry
mass prodution making of large numbers of goods that are exactly alike. one of the most popular was the radio.
mass media public forms of communication to reach large audiences like radio, television , newspapers
prohibition complete ban of alcoholic drinks. led to blue laws
bootleggers criminals who took over the alcohol business during Prohibition. often led to violence
speakeasies illegal clubs and places where people drank alcohol
Created by: 00036903RTE