Through a variety of primary sources, including literary excerpts, advertisements, and trial transcripts, students learn about the fundamental changes in the 1920s that transformed the United States. Tensions between urban and rural populations, and between native-born and immigrant Americans, are explored through lessons on Prohibition, the Sacco and Vanzetti trial, and the Scopes "monkey" trial.
Lesson One: Urban Modernism in the Twenties
Lesson Two: Rural Traditionalism in the Twenties
Lesson Three: Three Case Studies
This is a brand new book published by the National center for history in the schools, UCLA. I never used it as i retired first. It normally runs for 16.95