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  • Pause and count to 5
  • In the week 7 virtual classroom we focus on ...
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    Context of “America in the Jazz Age” – Unequal Wealth Distribution
    Door Opens Abroad and Closes at Home
  • 1920 Warren Harding Elected President
    Harding’s Call for a “Return to Normalcy”
    Scandals, Corruption and Death of Harding (1923)
    Teapot Dome Scandal – Sec of Interior Albert Fall Taking Kickbacks for Discounted Leases of Federal Lands
    VP Coolidge becomes President and Tone, Not Substance, Changes…
    Illustration of “The National Gesture”
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  • Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon Pushes Through Tax Cut for Highest Income Bracket and Reduction of Inheritance Tax
    Secretary of Commerce Hoover’s “Modest Activism” and Public Works
    International Context - American, British and German Industrial Production (1870-1938)
    1924 Presidental Election and the 3rd Party Candidacy of Senator Robert LaFollette. Democratic Party Divided, Republican Coolidge Wins!
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  • Assissting American Business Overseas
    Charles Evans Hughes – “Pax Americana”
    Dawes Plan to Help Germany
    Kellog-Briand Pact (1928) – Outlawing War
    Low Tariffs, Easy Access to Raw Materials, Open Door
    Tragedy of American Diplomacy (Examples in Latin America – Sandino in Nicaragua)
    “Big Stick Diplomacy” -- Map of US Military Interventions in Latin America, 1895 -1934
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  • Opening Doors Abroad and Closing Doors at Home
    1920s Immigration Restrictions Aimed at Keeping Southern European and Asian Immigrants out of the Country
    Ex. 1922 Supreme Court Ruled that Immigrants of Japanese Ancestry Could Not Become Citizens
    Protecting “Anglo-Saxon” Stock
    Cartoon of “Goodwill” in Nicaragua; Picture of the “The Fittest Family” by the American Eugenics Society
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    Context of “America in the Jazz Age” – Unequal Wealth Distribution
    Door Opens Abroad and Closes at Home
  • Trends to Smaller Families, Urbanization, Consumer Culture
    1920s Growth of Service Industry Over Manufacturing
  • Corporate Profits Doubled, Workers’ Salaries Grew Modesty
    Life Expectancy Went From 47 years in 1900 to 59 in 1930!
    Issue of “Overproduction” … Or was it “Underconsumption”?
    Depressions In Early 1920s – Cartoon Urges Good Old Fashioned Hard Work -- “Times Look Pretty Dark”
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  • Post-War Crash in Agricultural Prices
    Small Farmer Under Pressure From World Market
    Rise of Agribusiness
    Rise of Migrant Labor Pools in CA (Mexican Immigrants Harvesting Lettuce)
    1915 Non-Patisan League – Calls of Restructuring (like Populists)
    Cartoon of the “Snake Doctor” and Critique of Non-Partisan League
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  • Anti-Union Campaign by Owners – The “Open Shop”
    Attempt of the National Textile Workers’ Union to Unionize Workers in Southern Mills
    Response of Owners – “Company Unions”
    1929 Loray Mill in Gastonia, North Carolina
    Pete Seeger’s “Mill Mother’s Lament” (See p. 350)
    Supreme Court Supports “Yellow-Dog” Contracts
    AFL Leadership Under Bill Green … Cartoons of “Employee Stock Ownership” and “A.F. of L. Delegates”
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    Context of “America in the Jazz Age” – Unequal Wealth Distribution
    Door Opens Abroad and Closes at Home
  • Real Estate Boom Accompanied by “Restrictive Covenants”
    Spread of Household Appliances and Use of Electricity
    Uneven Spread of Technology – See Graph of “Consumer Revolution, 1920-1930”
    Contrast of Kitchen Stoves in 1899 and 1924
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  • Dominance of Ford; River Rouge Plant in Dearborn, MI – Vertically Integrated Operations
    Rise of Competition from G.M. and Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. (“Laws” of Paris Dressmakers)
    Cartoon of “Automobiles to Match Milady’s Mood”
    Ford’s Radical Standardization Out by End of the 1920s
    Chart of Automobile Sales 1900-1946
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  • Freud and Bernays: Psychoanalysis and Propaganda
    The Century of the Self (Pt. 1)
    1928 Advertizement With Emilia Erhart Endorsing Lucky Strikes
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    Door Opens Abroad and Closes at Home
  • Era of the Radio Program
    Movie Houses Expand Offerings to Suit Local Tastes, Bring in Broader Audience
    National Film Industry – Emergence of the “Talkie” and Palatial Theaters
    Charts of Baseball and Movie Attendance
    Age of Rudoph Valentio, Harry Houdini and Babe Ruth
    Cosmograph Picture – Rudolph Valentino’s Surgery
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  • Suffragist Alice Paul’s Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) 1923 -1972
    Passing the 19th Amendment – Right to Vote
    Professionalization and Women’s Work
    “Flapper” Image in Life
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  • 1920-1930 – 824,000 African-Americans Left the South
    Destinations – NY, Chicago, Clevelend, Detroit …
    Ford’s Recruitment of African-American Workers
    Growth of Urban Black Middle Class
    Marcus Garvey’s Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA)
    Harlem Renaissance: Jazz of Louis Armstrong & Poetry of Langston Hughes
    NAACP Campaign Against Lynching - November 1922 Anti-Lynching Bill Passes House, Defeated in the Senate
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  • Transcript

    • 1. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey Mini-Lectures 1865 to the Present
    • 2. Week 7 Virtual Classroom Business Conservatism at Home and Abroad Mini-Lecture 1: Conservatism and Corruption in Political Life; The Business of America Is Business; Capital and Statecraft; Immigration Restrictions
    • 3. Warren Harding Teapot Dome Scandal Conservatism and Corruption in Political Life
    • 4. Calvin Coolidge The Business of America Is Business
    • 5. Capital and Statecraft
    • 6. Immigration Restrictions
    • 7. President Coolidge, 1st Presidential Film (1924)
    • 8. A Fragile Peace (1918-1929) (clip)
    • 9. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey 1865 to the Present
    • 10. Week 7 Virtual Classroom The New Economy Mini-Lecture 2: Shifts in Manufacturing; Economic Growth and Social Inequality; Agriculture in Crisis; Organized Labor in Decline
    • 11. Shifts in Manufacturing
    • 12. Economic Growth and Social Inequality
    • 13. Agriculture in Crisis
    • 14. Organized Labor in Decline
    • 15. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey 1865 to the Present
    • 16. Week 7 Virtual Classroom The Expansion of American Consumer Culture Mini-Lecture 3: Transformations in Daily Life; Autos for the Masses; The Creation of Customers
    • 17. Transformations in Daily Life
    • 18. Alfred P. Sloan, Jr. Autos for the Masses
    • 19. Edward Bernays The Creation of Customers
    • 20. The Century of the Self (BBC Documentary) YouTube Playlist For The Entire Series
    • 21. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey 1865 to the Present
    • 22. Week 7 Virtual Classroom The Expansion of American Consumer Culture Mini-Lecture 4: Mass Culture: Radio, Music, and the Movies
    • 23. Mass Culture: Radio, Music, and the Movies
    • 24. 1920's Silent Hollywood "Rudolph Valentino" Part One
    • 25. ESPN SportsCentury: Babe Ruth – Part 1 of 4 (Removed From YouTube)
    • 26. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey 1865 to the Present
    • 27. Week 7 Virtual Classroom The Expansion of American Consumer Culture Mini-Lecture 5: Women as Workers and Consumers; African American Life in the 1920s and the Harlem Renaissance
    • 28. Alice Paul Women as Workers and Consumers
    • 29. Langston Hughes African American Life in the 1920s and the Harlem Renaissance
    • 30. LANGSTON HUGHES POETRY RECITAL c.1945 Part 1 of 4
    • 31. LANGSTON HUGHES POETRY RECITAL c.1945 Part 2 of 4
    • 32. LANGSTON HUGHES POETRY RECITAL c.1945 Part 3 of 4
    • 33. LANGSTON HUGHES POETRY RECITAL c.1945 Part 4 of 4
    • 34. A New Era 1920-1929 US History Survey 1865 to the Present
    • 35. Week 7 Virtual Classroom The Culture Wars of the 1920s Mini-Lecture 6: The Urban-Rural Divide; Christian Fundamentalism and the Scopes Trial; An Upsurge of Racism and Nativism
    • 36. Clarence Darrow Scopes Trial Christian Fundamentalism and the Scopes Trial
    • 37. Ku Klux Klan- A Secret History [4/9] YouTube Playlist
    • 38. Inherit the Wind Scene, Creationism vs. Evolution (Removed From YouTube)

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