The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring Twenties Mind map

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The Roaring Twenties by Mind Map: The Roaring Twenties

1. Jazz and Harlem Renaissance

1.1. Louis Armstrong

1.1.1. "Satchmo", "Satch", and "Pops", American trumpeter, composer, vocalist, and actor. The most influential figures in jazz. Five decades, from the 1920s to the 1960s, and different eras in the history of jazz. 2017: inducted into the Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame.

1.2. the Harlem Renaissance

1.2.1. literary and intellectual flowering that fostered a new black cultural identity in the 1920s and 1930s

1.3. the artwork by Palmer Hayden

1.3.1. They are black people dancing on jazz they look happy

2. Leisure Time, Fads, and Literature

2.1. Flapper

2.1.1. Jazz, drinking, partying, and smocking.

2.1.2. Women acting like boy

2.2. Aviators

2.2.1. Amelia Earhart the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic (1932,)

2.2.2. Charles Lindbergh the first man to cross the Atlantic Ocean solo

2.3. Sport heroes

2.3.1. Babe Ruth in baseball

2.3.2. Jack Dempsey in boxing

2.4. Lost generation

2.4.1. American literary movement of the interwar period

3. A Growing Intolerance

3.1. mass production

3.1.1. . Mass production is the manufacturing of large quantities of standardized products,

3.1.2. More job an incresea of the comsuption, more money, ....

3.2. improvements in everyday life

3.2.1. Washing machines, vacuum cleaners, and refrigerators became everyday household items. More product and money

3.3. End of the "Golden Era"

3.3.1. The Stock Market on crash that signaled the beginning of the great depression

4. Booming economy and consumerism

4.1. the Palmer raids

4.1.1. mass arrests and deportation of radicals at the height of the post–World War I era red scare

4.1.2. Communist

4.2. limit the number of immigrants

4.2.1. literacy test demonstrate basic reading comprehension in any language

4.2.2. increased the tax paid by new immigrants upon arrival

4.2.3. allowed immigration officials to exercise more discretion in making decisions over whom to exclude

5. Prohibition

5.1. Prohibition

5.1.1. 18th amendement

5.1.2. to reduce drinking by eliminating the businesses that manufactured

5.1.3. Ban the alcohol

5.2. got alcohol

5.2.1. individuals to make their own wine and cider

5.2.2. Already have bought

5.2.3. Drugstore because of Medcine

5.3. Al Capone

5.3.1. American gangster and businessman

5.3.2. St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

5.3.2.1. murder of seven members and associates of Chicago's North Side Gang that occurred on Saint Valentine's Day.

5.4. end to Prohibition

5.4.1. 21th amendemeent