CHAPTER 31-32


 DAILY HOMEWORK

FOR THE EXAM  
Some of the topics for the exam are as follows: 

1) American Isolationism (Social and Cultural Issues)
- Immigration issues and fears - Prohibition and Organized Crime - Scopes Trial, Race issues, Harlem Renaissance, Lost Generation, Garvey Movement
2) 1920s Economics and Prosperity (pros and cons) -
- Impact of Radio/Auto/Film - Growing Industries - 1920s Advertisement - Cradit - Danger Signs - Stock Market Crash - Great Depression
3)ALL INFO regarding Presidential Administrations (use the entire charts) 
- Policies - Scandals - Foreign and Domestic Policies - Successes and Failure 

*** THERE WILL BE 40 CONTENT and 8 STIMULUS MC
NO ESSAY --- BUT 2 SAQ's

Preparation is the key to success!!!

HOMEWORK FOR 2/20 
Begin reading Chapter 32 .
Complete the C32 - Reading Guide and Vocab. 

HOMEWORK FOR 2/25 
Print all necessary documents for the Chapter 31. 
We will be doing both Chapter 31 and 32 as a continuation, rather than separate, as they cover the entire 1920s "Boom to Bust" decade.

Begin Reading Chapter 31 (p. 720-732)
Begin answering questions from the C31 - Reading Guide and Vocab handout. 

In class we will be discussing: 
American Isolationism - Immigration - Race Issues - Scopes Monkey Trial

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THE CENTURY: AMERICA'S TIME
"Boom to Bust" 1920-1929

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 CHAPTER SUMMARY
 
CHAPTER 31 SUMMARY
After the crusading idealism of World War I, America turned inward and became hostile to anything foreign or different. Radicals were targeted in the red scare and the Sacco-Vanzetti case, while the resurgent Ku Klux Klan joined other forces in bringing about pronounced restrictions on further immigration. Sharp cultural conflicts occurred over the prohibition experiment and evolution.

A new mass-consumption economy fueled the spectacular prosperity of the 1920s. The automobile industry, led by Henry Ford, transformed the economy and altered American lifestyles.

The pervasive media of radio and film altered popular culture and values. Birth control and Freudian psychology overturned traditional sexual standards, especially for women. Young literary rebels, many originally from the Midwest, scorned genteel New England and small-town culture and searched for new values as far away as Europe. The stock-market boom symbolized the free-wheeling spirit of the decade.

CHAPTER 31 - RESOURCE VIDEO

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CHAPTER 31 REVIEW Video

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CHAPTER 32 SUMMARY

The Republican governments of the 1920s carried out active, probusiness policies while undermining much of the progressive legacy by neglect. The Washington Naval Conference indicated Americas desire to withdraw from international involvements. Sky-high tariffs protected Americas booming industry but caused severe economic troubles elsewhere in the world.

As the Harding scandals broke, the puritanical Calvin Coolidge replaced his morally easygoing predecessor. Feuding Democrats and La Follette progressives fell easy victims to Republican prosperity.

American demands for strict repayment of war debts created international economic difficulties. The Dawes plan provided temporary relief, but the Hawley-Smoot Tariff proved devastating to international trade.

The stock-market crash of 1929 brought a sudden end to prosperity and plunged America into a horrible depression. Herbert Hoovers reputation collapsed as he failed to relieve national suffering, although he did make unprecedented but limited efforts to revive the economy through federal assistance.

CHAPTER 32 = RESOURCE VIDEO

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CHAPTER 32 REVIEW Video

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