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Politics of the 1920s PowerPoint

Politics of the 1920s PowerPoint
Product Description
21 slide Power Point and 2 pages of guided notes will tell your students all about the political scandals during the 1920s. This lesson includes:

Harding Administration, trying to get things "normal" after the war
Harding gives positions to his friends, causing a lot of uproar
Some of Harding's administration became corrupt
Coolidge becomes president
Teapot Dome Scandal
Daugherty Scandal and resignation
Silent Cal
Andrew Mellon and the economy
Supply-side economics
Herbert Hoover and the economy
Myth of Isolationism
Economic problems in Europe
Dawes Plan
Washington Conference 1921
Military Reductions
Kellogg-Briand Pact


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Total Pages
21 Slides and 2 pages of guided notes
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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