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Uniformity of Product
held that each product should be indentical
evolution
evolving and changing for the better.....for example animals
Nativism
Practice of favoring native-born citizens over immigrants. Didn't like change of progessers.
Fundamentalism
Christian religious movement based on pamphlets issued between 1909 and 1914; holds that every word in the Bible was inspired by God.
Harlem Renaissance
Period in the early 1900's during which the literary musical and artistic expression of African Americans blossomed in Harlem.
Assembly Line
it broke down the prosses of making products into precise steps.
general strike
a strike in which many unions participate in order to show worker unity
Anti-Semitic
Hostility toward or discrimination against Jews.
red scare
the fear of comminism, socialism, or other so called extreme ideas
Ku Klux Klan (kkk)
organization formed in the South in 1866, which used lynching and violence to intimidate and control African Americans and others.
Sacco and Vanzetti
they were excuted fir a 1920 murder at a massachusetts factory though they are believed to be innocent by many
Censorship
when something has restriction of it....like movies
Jazz Age
Term for the 1920's, a period marked by the great popularity of jazz music, which was linked to changes in manners, morals, and fashions.
Scopes Trial
Tennessee trial of 1925 that challenged the law against teaching evolution in public schools.
Warren G. Harding
Twenty-ninth President of the United States, 1921-1923; presided over a short administration marked by corruption. promised the country to "return to normalcy"
prohibition
18 amendment
making acholah illegal
Flapper
A type of young women having a straight, silm silhouette and a fondness for dancing, brash actions, a symbol of the Jazz Age.
Charles A Lindbergh
Aviator who became an international hero when he made the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean in 1927.
Marcus Garvey
African American leader from 1919 to 1926 who urged AFrican Americans to return to "motherland" of Africa provided early inspiration for "black pride" movement
Calvin Coolidge
Thirtieth President of the United States, 1923-1929; promoted big business and opposed social aid. Took over presidentcy when Harding died.