1920s–Quiz Wednesday 11/16 Chap. 24 Sec. 1 p562­568 Vocabulary Harding scandals Teapot Dome Ford Model‐T assembly line advertising consumers American Federation of Labor (AFL) economy yellow dog contract government and business installment plan Questions: 1. Describe the economy in the 1920s. 2. How did the car affect life in America? 3. How does technology continue to change American and the world today? Chap. 24 Sec.2 p570­574 Vocabulary Harlem Renaissance Jazz Age Duke Ellington NAACP Charlie Chaplin Babe Ruth Charles Lindbergh flappers th Amelia Earhart 19 Amendment freedom/equality Questions: 1. How has women’s rights changed from the 1920s to today? 2. How did heroes become important to Americans in the 1920s? 3. What events in America caused the Harlem Renaissance and Jazz Age? Chap. 24 Sec. 3 p575­579 Vocabulary Bootlegger deport quota immigration fundamentalist prohibition organized crime/gangs Al Capone Ku Klux Klan lynch Sacco and Vanzetti communists evolution Questions: 1. Why was the prohibition law passed? Why did it cause more crime? 2. What made some Americans not like immigration in the 1920s? What was done? 3. How did the Scopes Trial show the fight between religion and science? 4. Did the U.S. join the League of Nations? Why?