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  • The 1920s. The "Roaring Twenties" was a decade in which nothing big happened—no major catastrophes of large events—yet it is one of the most significant in U.S. history because of the great changes that came about in American society during that period. The Twenties were known by various images and various names: the Jazz Age, the age of the Lost Generation, flaming youth, flappers, radio and movies, bathtub gin, the speakeasy, organized crime, confession magazines, Hemingway and Fitzgerald, Lindbergh, Babe Ruth, Bobby Jones, the Great Crash, Sacco and Vanzetti, AL Smith, cosmetics, Freud, the "New" woman, Harlem—all these images and more are part of the fabulous twenties!
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    • 1.  
    • 2. Isolationism
    • 3. Immigration and Nativism
    • 4.  
    • 5. Mass Communication and Popular Culture
    • 6. Task 4.4 Cause and effects of radio and movies on the worldwide diffusion of popular culture
    • 7. Task 4.5 Changing Role of Women Conflict Dissection Summary: Someone or group wanted … because … but …. So …
    • 8. Women
    • 9. Task 4.4 Cause and effects of the rise of mass production techniques and new technologies on the American landscape
    • 10. Consumerism
    • 11. Prosperity Standardized mass production led to better machinery in factories This led to higher production and higher wages This led to more demand for consumer goods This led back to more standardized mass production. Standardized Mass Production Machines Factories Consumer Goods Higher Wages
    • 12. Task 4.5 City vs Country Identity Conflicts
      • Conflict Dissection Summary:
      • Someone or group wanted …
      • because …
      • but ….
      • So
    • 13. Town versus Country
    • 14. Prohibition
    • 15. Town versus Country
    • 16. Ku Klux Klan
    • 17. Immigration Legislation 1921-Limitations and quotas 1924-Set limits based on immigrants already here
    • 18. Red Scare
    • 19. Sacco-Vanzetti
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    • 21.  
    • 22. Task 4.4 Cause and effect of the introduction of sports as entertainment on American pop culture
    • 23.  
    • 24. Roots of American Music African American Music of Jazz and blues Folk Sounds And Ballads Rural Southern White Music Country and Western And Hillbilly