The "Roaring" 1920's

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The "Roaring" 1920's by Mind Map: The "Roaring" 1920's

1. People

1.1. Jeanette Rankin

1.2. Rudolph Valentino

1.3. Flappers

1.4. Al Capone

1.5. Al Jolston

1.6. Charlie Chaplin

1.7. William Jennings Bryan

1.8. Babe Ruth

1.9. Clara Bow

1.10. Mary Pickford

1.11. Langston Hughes

1.12. Ernest Hemingway

1.13. Henry Ford

1.14. John Scopes

1.15. George Gershwin

1.16. Louis Armstrong

1.17. Sinclair Lewis

1.18. Clarence Darrow

1.19. F. Scott Fitzgerald

2. Events

2.1. Harlem Renaissance

2.2. Growth of Communism

2.3. Jazz Music

2.4. Rise of Organized Crime

2.5. The Red Scare

2.5.1. Communist Revolution in Russia

2.5.2. Mail Bombs in the US

2.5.3. Sacco and Vanzetti Trial

2.5.4. The Palmer Raids

2.5.5. Anti-Immigrant Sentiment

2.6. Speakeasy

2.7. Invention of Radio

2.8. Baseball

2.9. Ku Klux Klan

2.10. the Lost Generation

2.11. Assembly Line

2.12. The Scopes Trial

2.12.1. William Jennings Bryan

2.12.2. Charles Darwin

2.12.3. ACLU

2.12.4. John Scopes

2.12.5. Clarence Darrow

3. Aviation

3.1. Glenn Curtis

3.2. Spirit of St. Louis

3.3. Amelia Earheart

3.4. Long Distance Radio

3.5. Charles Lindburg

4. Legislation

4.1. Prohibition

4.2. 18th Amendment

4.3. 19th Amendment

4.4. Emergency Quota Act

4.5. Volstead Act

4.6. Bootlegging

4.7. 21st Amendment

5. Presidents

5.1. Warren Harding

5.1.1. "Return to Normalcy"

5.1.2. Pro-business policies

5.1.3. "Good 'ol Days"

5.1.4. "The Ohio Gang"

5.1.5. “The Teapot Dome”

5.2. Calvin Coolidge

5.2.1. Weed out the “Ohio Gang”

5.2.2. Pro-business policies

5.2.3. Kellogg-Briand Pact

5.2.4. The Dawes Plan

5.3. Herbert Hoover

5.3.1. “rugged individualism”

5.3.2. Glass-Steagall Act

5.3.3. Reconstruction Finance Corporation

5.3.4. Hawley-Smoot Tariff

5.3.5. "Good Neighbor Policy"

6. Economics

6.1. Stock Market

6.2. Great Migration

6.3. New Employment Opportunities

6.3.1. Women

6.3.2. Black Americans

6.4. Presidential Policies

6.4.1. Remove Government Regulations on Businesses

6.4.2. Return to laissez faire policies

6.5. Consumerism

6.5.1. Buy now, pay later

6.5.2. Installment Plans

6.5.3. Easy Credit

6.6. Characteristics of the 1920's Economy

6.6.1. Economic prosperity

6.6.2. Sharp Decline at the end of the Decade