1920s and 30 Vocabulary – Prohibition Style Speakeasy Scavenger Hunt Fordney-McCumber Act Smoot-Hawley Tariff Bill Neutrality Acts (19361939) Volstead Act -Defined what liquor was and forced American Prohibition in 1920 Dawes Plan Young Plan 18th Amendment Cash and Carry Lend-Lease Act Washington naval agreement -American president could give credit to “any country whose defence is deemed vital to the defence of the USA.” AAA (1933) Agricultural Adjustment Administration. Its purpose was to control the growth of crops and livestock and guarantee farm prices. At times destroyed crops and livestock to keep prices up. PWA Charles Coughlin NRA (1933) Social Security Act (1935) TVA (1933) Wagner Act (1935) -Universal right to negotiate (page 122). Allow labour unions. Protects workers who wanted to bargain collectively with employers in both wages and working conditions WPA CCC Supreme Court Ruling Huey Long -Struck down the NRA in 1935 -Codes of employment belong to congress, not President and his agencies. -Threatened the entire New Deal and agencies. Francis Townsend John Maynard Keynes Warren Harding Calvin Coolidge -USA Pres from 1924-28 rode the rest of the economic prosperity wave. Herbert Hoover Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) Black Tuesday Grapes of Wrath -Written by John Steinbeck -Novel focusing on poor family of sharecroppers who left the dustbowl for California -Sympathetic to the workers movement.