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47 Cards in this Set

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prejudice against foreign born people
nativism
an economic and political system based on a single party government ruled by a dictatorship
communism
philosopher of communism
Karl Marx
Dictator of Proletariat
Vladmir I Lenin
Soviet flag
red scare
Boston Police Strike
Calvin Coolidge
steel mill strike
woodrow wilson
coal miners strike
john l.lewis
2% of # of immigrants that came in 1890 is the max # - 1921
emergency qouta act
leader of KKK in indiana
D.C. Stephenson
an emancipated woman who embraced the new fashions and urban attitudes og the day
flapper
a set of principles granting greater sexual freedom to men than to women
double standard
founded the American Birth Control League
Margaret Sanger
made the first nonstop solo flight across the Atlantic
Charles A. Lindbergh
first major movie with sound
Jazz Singer
first animated film with sound
Steamboat Willie
father of American jazz
George Gershwin
produced intensely colored canvases that captured the grandeur of New York
George O'Keefe
rhe first American to win a Nobel Prize in literature
Sinclair Lewis
came up with the 'Jazz Age"
F. Scott Fitzgerald
wrote poems celebrating youth and a life of indpendence and freedom from traditional constraints
Edna St. Vincent Millay
best-known expatriate author
Ernest Hemingway
literary society
Zora Neale Hurston
poet, lawyer, and NAACP executive secretary
James Weldon Johnson
seperate society, UNIA
Marcus Garvey
capital of Black America
Harlem
novelist urging resistance to prejudice and discrimination
Claude McKay
best-known poet
Langston Hughes
major dramatic actor
Paul Robeson
famous trumpet player
Louis Armstrong
a jazz pianist and composer
Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington
a female blues singer
Bessie Smith
"Return to Normalcy"
Warren G. Harding
outlaw war as a national policy - 1928
Kellog-Briand Pact
taxed imported goods
Fordney-McCumber
Russian Revolution
Bolshevik
leader of Bolshevik
Lenin
help form communism
wobblies
attorney general who looked for communism
Palmer
law in indiana
Stephenson
involved with gentlemen's agreement
T. Roosevelt
why labor movement lost it's appeal
language and immigrants
"chief business in america is business"
Coolidge
Chicago to California
Route 66
talked about Henry Ford
Will Rogers
ACLU
Clarence Darrow
66 Home runs in 1927
Babe Ruth