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Stufflet Unit 15

Unit 15 APUSH

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political philosophy that dominated the 1920s; believed in limited government involvement in economy and favored big business over labor Conservatism
President from 1921-1923 Warren G. Harding
President from 1923-1929 Calvin Coolidge
President from 1929 to 1933 Herbert Hoover
scandal under Harding in which Sec of Interior Fall takes bribes for granting oil leases on govt land in Wyoming Teapot Dome
alternative name for assembly line production Fordism
term for company that offers jobs to non-union members open shop
new music form of 1920s; derived from African-American rhythms and ragtime jazz
idea that consumer goods dominate the market and what we consume defines who we are consumerism
tactic by which car companies purposely change a car's design to stimulate more sales planned obsolescence
buying a product and paying for it over the course of time; also known as "buying on credit" installment plans
women who challenged traditional gender roles in the 1920s by being more sexually promiscuous flappers
feminist who promoted birth control Margaret Sanger
religious movement of 1920s that took historical and critical view of Bible; said Bible was not to be taken literally; urban Liberal Protestantism
musical, literary, artistic “rebirth” amongst African-Americans in 1920s Harlem Renaissance
African-American poet of the Harlem Renaissance Langston Hughes
African-American writer of the Harlem Renaissance Zora Neale Hurston
most famous jazz performers of the Harlem Renaissance Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong
black nationalist who led the "back to Africa" movement Marcus Garvey
outlawed manufacture, sale, distribution of alcohol 18th Amendment
federal law that enforced 18th Amendment Volstead Act
conservative religious movement that took a literal view of the Bible; rural fundamentalism
group that hated blacks, Catholics, Jews, foreigners, communists; re-founded at Stone Mountain, Georgia in 1915 Ku Klux Klan
law that limited immigration to 2% of # of foreigners from foreign nation counted in census of 1890 Immigration Quota of 1924
Italian immigrants whose execution was seen by some as example of nativism Sacco and Vanzetti
time period in which alcohol was illegal in the US (1919-1933) Prohibition
aviator who flew non-stop from New York to Paris in 1927 Charles Lindbergh
trial that represented clash between fundamentalists and liberals in 1920s; issue was evolution Scopes Trial
liberal lawyer in Scopes Trial; defended Scopes Clarence Darrow
fundamentalist lawyer during Scopes Trial; prosecuted Scopes William Jennings Bryan
term for those whose literature expressed disillusionment with earlier time/values AND with materialism/consumerism of 1920s “Lost Generation”
naval conference of 1921 that set limits on world naval sizes Washington Conference
Renounced war as means to achieve national goals Kellogg-Briand Pact
payment plan set up by American banker so that Germany could pay off WWI war debts to Allied nations Dawes Plan
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