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history ch24

Jazz age

Marcus Garvey journalist
Louis Armstrong trumpeter
Duke Ellington pianist, composer and singer
Langston Hughes writer
Claude McKay communist
Bessie Smith singer
James Weldon Johnson
Countee Cullen African American poet
Ma Rainey singer
Harlem Renaissance African American culture
capitalism an economic system based on private property and free enterprise.
recession a downward turn in business activity
flappers a young woman with short bobbed hair defied conventions in behavior and dress
gross national products the total value of all goods and services produced by nations residents during a year regardless of where production takes place
expatriate a person who leaves home and moves to another country
bootlegging selling drugs
isolationism a national policy of avoiding involvement in world affairs
red scare government went after communists
five power treaty
Kellogg brand pact renunciation of war between France and the USA
eighteenth amendment banned alcohol
nineteenth amendment allowed women to vote
Emergency Quota Act limited the number of immigrants from each country
Scopes trial the theory of evolution was not allowed to be taught in certain states. Scopes was a teacher who taught the theory of evolution
Calvin Coolidge force strike Calvin Coolidge said "there is no right to strike against the public safety by anybody anywhere, anytime
name of the corruption scandal that symbolized hardings administration and presidency
babe Ruth
the jazz singer
The results of the car boom. How did the automobile production help boost other industries?
Charles Lindbergh and the spirit of st. Louis
will rogers



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