(prohibit sale of alcohol)
Modern architectural style of the 1920's
Women gain confidence and begin the flapper fashion movement
Cultural explosion of african american art, style, music ECT.
jazz gains culture and popularity
The US fails to join
A treaty for each country to reduce amount of warships.
illegal sale of alcohol and such
Communist scare in the United States
Employee signs this contract to not join labor union
Armed coal miners rebel against law enforcement, U.S military intervenes due to president order.
Integrated from hungary (actor)
restricted immigration into the U.S
Last ditch effort of Native American resistance
bribery of oil ( involved government)
Stadium built in New York
Market Capitalization exceeds 1 billion $
Ku Klux Klan march on Washington
31st vice president
Bill Tate led a boycott of white merchants in Chicago in 1929 who refused to hire blacks
The great migration brought millions of African Americans from the rural South into northern cities.
the Nation Origins Formula institutes a quota that caps national immigration at 150,000 people
founded in New York city
Mexicans in America were being deported to Mexico on free train rides, but were also tricked into being sent to Mexico.
Mexican Immigrants are doing every job from farming to factories
Worsened great depression
arrested controversial case
Employed young men to perform unskilled work in rural areas.
allowed industries to meet and write codes of fair competition
Support for farmers, youth, unemployed, and elderly
32nd vice president
forbade American ships from entering war zones and prohibited them from being armed, and barred Americans from traveling on belligerent ships.
provides general welfare and benefits
Provided housing for low income and homeless.
Maximum of 44 hours a week and $.40 an hour.
Replaced Neutrality Act of 1936, wa an arms trade with Europe and the US.
First non segregated youth sport
Nation focuses highly on air force (18 months before pearl harbor)
promotes to be first African American general in the US army
Proposed in late 1940 and passed in March 1941, the Lend-Lease Act was the principal means for providing U.S. military aid to foreign nations during World War II.
Pertains to nationality at birth, nationality through naturalization, and loss of nationality
33rd vice president
Seating on trains is desegregated
Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
Almost immediately after the bombing of Pearl Harbor the U.S enters WW2
Agreement of decent living conditions and a minimum wage of $.30 for manual labors.
becomes congress on racial equality
Due to WW2 ration books were distributed for food.
The U.S marines went from island to island near and around japan taking each over
Conference to reconstitute the international economy.
Primus King turned down at ballot box attempting to vote
Insured fair values for properties.
Truman presents Congress with his 21-point plan for Reconversion.
Island battle in Japan territory after Pearl Harbor
The bombing of the two cities was used to end ww2.
Was previous president
Truman asks for, and receives, Wallace's resignation.
Truman signs the Employment Act of 1946, placing increased responsibility for economic stability on the federal government.