Chapter 11 section 1 and 2

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Chapter 11 section 1 and 2

  1. 1. A Republican Decade Chapter 11 Section 1
  2. 2. The Red Scare The Russian Revolution March 1917 Bolsheviks Communism adopted 1. government owned all land and property 2. single political party controlled by the government 3. individuals had no rights that the government was bound to respect 4. government vowed to stir up revolutions in other countries and spread communism
  3. 3. Schenck v US 1919 Charles SchenckThe Palmer Raids Attorney General A. Mitchell PalmerSacco and Vanzetti April 15, 1920 Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti
  4. 4. Labor Strikes The Boston Police Strike Steel and Coal Strikes Steelworkers strike in 1919 United Mine Workers of America strike in 1919
  5. 5. Republican Leadership Dominated all three branches The Harding Presidency Isolationism Washington Conference Fordney-McCumber Tariff Limiting Immigration The Teapot Dome Scandal Albert B Fall
  6. 6. The Coolidge Presidency Laissez Faire Continued Isolationsim Frank B Kellogg Kellogg-Briand Pact Election of 1928
  7. 7. A Business Boom Chapter 11 Section 2
  8. 8. A Consumer Economy Buying on credit Electric Power New Products
  9. 9. Ford and the Automobile Ford and the “Model T” 1908 Ford’s Assembly Line Took advantage of Economies of Scale A Complex Business ManIndustrial Growth

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