Cite examples of actions taken in reaction to the perceived threat of radicals and communists during the red scare. S-524 Sister Benitia--S-525 Yuert 150. Data was entered on a machine readable medium, , and. During the red scare, many people were afraid of communism, because they liked their American ways. Liberalized divorce laws were one reason that one in six marriages ended in divorce by 1930—a dramatic increase over the one-in-eight ratio of 1920. . With the introduction of talking sound pictures in 1927, the movie industry reached new heights.
A few created agencies that have become a part of American life. And down on the farm? Helped bring underdeveloped parts of the nation into the modern era. It was possible to mass-produce automobiles when Americans took the engine designs from Europe and improved them with better gasoline powered engines that were much more efficient. If they began defiling their bodies,what would become of their children? So promising was their artistic achievement that it was referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. The regulatory commissions established in the Progressive era were now administered by appointees who were more sympathetic to business than to the general public.
Nevertheless, it continued to exist and remained a force for white supremacy into the 1960s. Many things were now designed with cars in mind, since cities now became suburbs more often than not, which encouraged having a car. Hollywood's Filmland Fantasies Know: The Great Train Robbery, The Birth of a Nation, The Jazz Singer 13. With a population of almost 200,000 by 1930, Harlem became famous in the 1920s for its concentration of talented actors, artists, musicians, and writers. It also changed politics, seeing that many people now listened to the radio, it could only help them to adapt to it. Term Volstead Act Definition The National Prohibition Act, known informally as the Volstead Act, was enacted to carry out the intent of the Eighteenth Amendment, which established prohibition in the United States.
Garvey advocated individual and racial pride for African Americans and developed political ideas of black nationalism. Others just had to name the country. This microfilm was provided by the at the in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive. One example of this conflict was that between fundamentalists, who interpreted the Bible literally, and modernists who were more readily willing to interpret the Bible more flexibly. The proliferation of phonographs and radios made this new style of music available to a huge an mostly youthful public Electricity in their homes enabled millions of Americans to purchase the new consumer appliances of the decade—refrigerators, vacuum cleaners, and washing machines.
What led to the tension between old and new and in what ways was the tension manifested? American life was slowly changing into an urban lifestyle. What were the effects of the widespread adoption of the automobile? Going beyond the efforts of W. Americans began to creep into a mass-consumption economy when Henry Ford created the first assembly line, which allowed him to pop up a car every 10 seconds. Wall Street's Big Bull Market Know: Margin, Andrew Mellon 16. Appreciation for the advancements made in society Dislike the past or belief that past was not as good. The leading radio evangelists were Billy Sunday, who drew large crowds as he attacked drinking, gambling, and dancing; and Aimee Semple McPherson, who condemned the twin evils of communism and jazz music from her pulpit in Los Angeles. Ernest Hemingway An author famous for writing about the depresser times in American history such as Farewell to the Arms and other stories that captured romance and despair among Americans after the war.
Dates were also suited for cars, with drive in theatres. Sacco and Venzetti were two Italians were were found guilty and sentenced to death even though they had a comparatively clean alibi. Such criticisms indicate the belief that such mindless consumption blinded Americans to intangible glories of the past. Several organizations also host images of the microfilmed census online, and digital indices. What factors led Poles to America? Constitution is ratified allowing women the right to vote. How and why was the eighteenth amendment broken so frequently? Davis who tried to make Teapot Dome an issue, Coolidge won easily 361142191 John W.
E-366 Albert--E-436 Myrtle mixed codes 70. Congress authorized destruction of that list of records on February 21, 1933, and the surviving original 1890 census records were destroyed by government order by 1934 or 1935. Mitchell Palmer, Sacco and Vanzetti 1. Ferguson American 48,098 William W. Washington Conference 1921 Conference of major powers to reduce naval armaments among Great Britain, Japan, France, Italy, and the United States.
An indication of how the U. African American artists received acclaim in many areas, including the great blues singer Bessie Smith, and the multi-talented singer and actor Paul Robeson. Automobiles became more affordable and sold by the mil- lions, making the horse-and-buggy era a thing of the past. George Remus is often remembered as a generous, popular figure for having thrown lavish parties where, in one case, about 50 guests reportedly left with Pontiac vehicles. Americans began to buy things on plans or bill me laters that were dangerous but showed how they wanted material things. Then there was a passed government idea that was to lower the post war taxes because they were deemed unwanted after the war and useless.
It gathered Americans back home for them to gather their news, and revolutionized how advertisement worked, since now there are listeners. The first stage occurred the previous February when moderate revolutionaries overthrew the Russian czar. Many architects followed this philosophy in building a generation of skyscrapers with little decoration. F-620 Mary Enrico--F-626 Burton John 83. It drew most of its support from lower-middle-class white Protestants in small cities and towns. Much tension was created because theUnited States had almost completely open borders, freedom of religion and black were inhigher position of society.