Ms. Donat/AP U.S. II Review: American Pageant Chapter 31: the 1920s. “Red Scare” Palmer Raids Bolshevism “American Plan” Sacco and Vanzetti Ku Klux Klan Quota Acts: 1921 (aka Johnson Act) *who is being kept/thrown out of the U.S. and why? 18th Amendment Volstead Act Speakeasy *impact of Prohibition on crime, society, etc. Scopes Trial Fundamentalism John Dewey (again) Unions in the 1920s Welfare capitalism *causes of prosperity Andrew Mellon Henry Ford Babe Ruth Frederick W. Taylor Assembly line Standardization *impact of the automobile cultural pluralism Wright brothers Charles A. Lindbergh Radio Birth of a Nation 1924 (aka Johnson-Reid Act) The Jazz Singer Margaret Sanger Anthony Comstock – Comstock laws 19th Amendment Alice Paul Flapper Sigmund Freud Jazz Marcus Garvey UNIA H.L. Mencken F. Scott Fitzgerald Ernest Hemingway NOTE: writers such as Hemingway and Eliot who moved to Europe, usually because of their dislike of American materialism, are referred to as the “Lost Generation.” Sherwood Anderson William Faulkner e.e. cummings Langston Hughes Frank Lloyd Wright Harlem Renaissance – causes of its rise and decline “New Negro” Bessie Smith Aaron Douglas Final section on the stock market will be part of the next chapter test.