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The 1920s and 1930s Mrs. Thorne Social Studies Class Lets Play Students Teachers 000 000 Final Game Challenge Board Roaring 20s Age of Conservatism Great Depression The New Deal Grab Bag

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300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Students Roaring Twenties for 100 000

Teachers 000 Game Board Americans cashed in victory bonds from World War I Credit & Installment Buying Give one reason why the American grew so rapidly in the economy New consumer goods became available 1920s? Low regulation & laissez-faire made it cheap to do business 100 Students

Roaring Twenties for 200 000 Teachers 000 Game Board People went on Sunday drives instead of going to church. Young men & women had more freedom from their parents. one way that the automobile Name Suburbanization increases. Car related industries & businesses expand (Ex. influenced American society OR

sheet metal, rubber, glass, restaurants, garages, etc.) the economy in the 1920s. Ford paid his workers well improved conditions for workers Some people bought cars on credit when they really couldnt afford them 200 Students Roaring Twenties for 300 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The New Woman or flapper How became did some

the ideal women of style. challenge Some traditional women wore behavioral pants, showed norms in skin, the drank alcohol, 1920s? smoked, swore, had sex before marriage, etc. 300 Students Roaring Twenties for 400 000 Teachers 000

Game Board Harlem Renaissance: The outpouring of African-American art, literature & music in the 1920s Causes: What was the Harlem Renaissance? (1)The Great Migration helped spread AND What factors caused it? ideas & culture (2)Wealthy white patrons provided money for African-American authors, artists, & musicians 400 Students Roaring Twenties for 500 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 1) Companies used branding to sell

products. 2) Psychologists helped advertisers Name two ways that advertising 3) Advertisers used celebrities like changed in the 1920s? Babe Ruth to endorse their products. 500 Students Age of Conservatism for 100 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The Scopes Monkey Trial in which Name a teacher one was event convicted that demonstrated

for teaching evolution the importance in Tennessee of Christian The Fundamentalism rise of radio evangelists in the 1920s. (preachers) like Billy Sunday 100 Students Age of Conservatism for 200 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The 18th Amendment prohibited the production, distribution or consumption of alcohol. 1. Christian Fundamentalists thought alcohol was evil

Why was the 18th Amendment 2. Groups like the Womens Christian enacted? Temperance Union thought it led to domestic violence & wasted a familys money 3. During World War I, saving grain was seen as patriotic 200 Students Age of Conservatism for 300 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Nativism = Anti-Immigrant Feeling 1. The Quota Acts (National Origins Act) limited immigration, and especially discriminated against the new immigrants from southern and one eastern

Europe. of Nativism in the Give example 2. Membership in the Ku Klux Klan soared in 1920s? the North. 3. Italian Immigrants Sacco & Vanzetti were executed for murder despite weak evidence against them. 300 Students Age of Conservatism for 400 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 400 AllWhat are arguably

did the Palmer examples Raids, of thethe Red deportation Scare (the fear of radical of Communism immigrants, and and other the radical trial of ideologies Sacco &after Vanzetti the 1917 have Russian in common? Revolution) Students Age of Conservatism

for 500 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 500 Both were Republicans who favored Describe low taxation, the policies low government of Presidents spending, Hardingand andaCoolidge. laissez-faire approach to managing the economy. Students Great Depression for 100 000

Teachers 000 Game Board 100 Which group was left out of most of Farmers generally saw crop prices the economic prosperity of the decline after World War I. 1920s? Students Great Depression for 200 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Rising stock prices were caused by Ease of credit (buying on margin) Lack of accurate information about

Name one reasons why stock prices the true value of companies the were able to go so high in the stock represented. 1920s. Psychology of expansion caused by the belief that the market could rise forever. 200 Students Great Depression for 300 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 300 Hoover did little because he did not believe it was the proper role of the How did President Hoover respond federal government. He called on

to the Great Depression? Americans to solve their own problems through self-reliance. Students Great Depression for 400 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Because many stocks were purchased on margin (with loans), banks lost money. As a How did the problems in the stock result, some banks could not pay market spread to the banking back depositors, which led to sector? Bank Runs in which masses of people rushed to banks to

demand their money. 400 Students Great Depression for 500 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Domestic demand began to drop after Americans had already purchased much of want they needed. 500 Why did demand for American goods drop off so dramatically in Foreign demand dropped off when the late 1920s? American investors stopped lending money to Europeans (who then could not

afford to buy American goods). Students New Deal for 100 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 100 Fear was literally making the economy Why was Franklin D. Roosevelt worse when panic led people correct when he stated that irrationally sell stock, pull all their Americans had nothing to fear money out of the bank, or hoard but fear itself. cash rather than spend it. Students

New Deal for 200 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The Federal Emergency Banking Relief Act declared a Bank Holiday during which banks would close. They could only be How did Franklin D. Roosevelt help re-opened after government inspectors stabilizedeclared the banking industry? them safe. 200 (Give two ways.) The FDIC began insuring bank deposits. This helped prevent future bank runs. Students New Deal for 300

000 Teachers 000 Game Board 300 CCC (Civilian Conservation Corps) Name WPATWO (Works New Progress Deal programs that Administration) helped create jobs? TVA (Tennessee Valley Authority) Students New Deal for 400 000 Teachers 000

Game Board 400 It set codes for various industries, What did NIRA (National Industrial setting prices, wages, and other Recovery Act) do? conditions of production. Students New Deal for 500 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The Democratic Party ended up getting support from the following groups: workers (exp. Union members), farmers, AfricanHow did the New Deal

change Americans & other politics? ethnic minorities, American and southern whites This gave the party an advantage in elections for the next 30-40 years. 500 Students Grab Bag for 100 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Relief: Helping people survive the depression. Recovery: What were the Ending threethe

Rscurrent of the New depression faster. Deal? Reform: Preventing future depressions. 100 Students Grab Bag for 200 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Under President Harding The Secretary of Interior took bribes What was the Teapot Dome Scandal from Mammouth Oil company in about? exchange for allowing them to extract oil from government land. 200

Students Grab Bag for 300 000 Teachers 000 Game Board 1. Langston Hughes 2. Claude McKay Name two writers of the Harlem 3. Zora Neale Hurston Renaissance. 4. Countee Cullen 5. And many others 300 Students Grab Bag for 400 000 Teachers

000 Game Board 1. The Executive branch had drawn too much power to itself when it What did the Supreme Court rule in set industrial codes under the the case Schecter Poultry National Industrial Recovery Act. Corporation v. U.S. 2. Consequently, NIRA was unconstitutional. 400 Students Grab Bag for 500

000 Teachers 000 Game Board He wanted to pack the court with supporters by getting Congress How did Franklin D. Roosevelt try to to expand the number of justices get around the Supreme Court? that could serve on the Supreme Court. 500 Students Final Challenge 000 Teachers 000 Game End Game Board

Lost Generation: Group of American writers who lived abroad in the 1920s and wrote literature was the Lost Generation? What Their writing reflected the trauma of World War Write Your Whatofthemes inwhile Lost I. Some it was darkappeared & depressing, other partsFinal emphasized living for the day and Generation literature. AND Name Challenge partying without worrying about one author that belonged

to this consequences. Wager group. Lost generation writers include T.S. Elliot, TIMES Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott UP! Fitzgerald and others. Game Over Mrs. Thorne Thank you for playing

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