• CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE: THE TWENTIES, 1920–1929

    The Second Industrial Revolution

    The Modern Corporation

    Welfare Capitalism

    The Auto Age

              Ford v. GM
        
    Cities and Suburbs

    Exceptions: Agriculture, Ailing Industries

           "KING COTTON"

    THE NEW MASS CULTURE

    Movie-Made America

    Radio Broadcasting

    New Forms of Journalism

    Advertising Modernity

    The Phonograph and the Recording Industry

    Sports and Celebrity

    A New Morality?

         the Flapper

    RESISTANCE TO MODERNITY

    Prohibition

        Volstead Act
     
    Immigration Restriction

    1921
    1924

    Ozawa v. US (1922),  US v. Thind (1923)

    The Ku Klux Klan

             Targets

             Birth of a Nation
    Religious Fundamentalism
             Scopes Trial

    PTHE STATE, THE ECONOMY, AND BUSINESS

    Harding and Coolidge

    Herbert Hoover and the “Associative State”

    War Debts, Reparations, Keeping the Peace

    Commerce and Foreign Policy

    ROMISES POSTPONED

    Feminism in Transition

    Mexican Immigration

    The “New Negro”

           Harlem Renaissance
      
    Intellectuals and Alienation

    election of 1828