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How the United States changed from the end of World War I to the eve of the Great Depression

A.  The student understands social tensions and their consequences in the postwar era

B.  The student understands how a modern capitalist economy emerged in the 1920s

C.  The student understands how new cultural movements reflected and changed American society

D.  The student understands politics and international affairs in the 1920s


The Subversive Fifties
Resource Type: E-Seminar

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Feminism: Two Different Spheres

Feminism: Two Different Spheres
Resource Type: Primary Source
Alice Paul, feminist activist (1920).

Marriage Rates of Alumnae
Resource Type: Primary Source
This table shows the marriage rates of women who graduated from a variety of American colleges during the period of 1820–1930.

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