Fear that communism would take out the capitalist economies worldwide.
Manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages was banned, this would cause an increase in crime, and wouldn’t be repealed until 1933.
Literary and artistic movement celebrating African American culture, lasted from the 1920's to the mid 1930's.
Gave women the right to vote
29th President, least successful presidency, described as a “good natured man who looked like a president ought to look”.
Established a maximum number of people who could enter the US
Government set aside oil rich lands for the US Navy
30th president, was Harding's VP, after Harding died, Coolidge became president, helped to restore people's trust in the government and the Republican Party.
Famous case of Italian Radicals charged with robbery and murder in a factory, they were put on trial and sentenced to death by electric chair.
Time period where the economy plummeted and the unemployment rates sky-rocketed, lasted for more then 10 years, between 1929 and 1940.
The market took a plunge and panicked investors, they unloaded all their shares, the market crashed.
Areas in the mid west that were plagued by dust storms during the 1930's, most extreme dust storms were called black blizzards, hardest hits: Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and Colorado.
Led by Walter Walters, between 10,000-20,000 WWI veterans and their families arrived in D.C., purpose was to support the Patman bill in congress, after senate voted down the bill most bonus Army marchers left and the 2,000 that stayed were forced out with tear gas by 1,000 troops sent by President Hoover.
A series of social liberal programs passed in the United States between 1933 and 1938.
32nd President, elected in 1932 with an overwhelming victory, he focused on relief for needy, economic recovery, and financial reform.
FDR did his first fireside chat on March 12, 1933, this caused a craze because he was the first president to directly speak to the American people in their own homes, he would do thirty speeches during his presidency.
Repealed the 18th Amendment
A second, more aggressive series of programs such as the Works Progress Administration (WPA), Indian Reorganization Act (IRA), and the Wagner Act.