The 1920s saw America divided into different camps, like rural vs. urban, nativism vs. foreign influences, “wets” vs. “drys,” Protestants vs. Catholics, labor vs. capital, and traditional values vs. modern values.
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The 1920s, also known as the Jazz Age, was a time of change, but also a time of tension. Such events as the rise in nativism, Prohibition, the Scopes Trial, the Red Scare, and emergence of the “flapper” divided America into two opposing
Franklin D. Roosevelt accomplished many things during his presidency. For this reason, history knows him as one of the greatest presidents. Many people, who lived during the 1930s and 1940s, did not see Franklin D. Roosevelt as being a great
Students will answer questions based on documents pertaining to Richard Nixon's presidency and the Watergate Scandal. They will then be writing an open-ended response essay based on a thesis and pre-writing.