World War I and Its Transformations Including Mass Culture -
Chapters 21-23



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Resources for Reading Quiz D

         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1914-1921 Era (administration of Woodrow Wilson, a Democrat, during World War I and the peace)
What are you looking for?

-          Notice what is happening in Europe in the years leading to war and how we get in the war.

-          Notice the new agencies in the national government created in response to World War I.

         Snapshot from the 1870s to 1920s (PDF) (a comparison between 1870s-1890s, 1895 to about 1920, and the Jazz Age (the 1920s)
What are you looking for?

-          Notice what is going on in different areas (regions) and eras (time periods) of American life, including what is disappearing.

-          Notice the former categories of labor (usually factory workers), farmers, and the new number of white collar workers.

-          Notice how leisure changed over these three eras and in particular how it is in the Jazz Age.

         Study Tool: Chronological Events of the 1921-1929 Era (administrations of Harding and Coolidge and the election of Hoover, all Republicans)
What are you looking for?

-          Notice what is changing in this period in foreign policy (including disarmament in the early years) and notice the reparations-debt cycle.

-          Notice big business and government.

-          Notice the former category of farmers and the new interest group of veterans.




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