America in the 1920s: A Changing Political Culture

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Take a brief look at America in the 1920s and the ways in which the changing political culture influenced American society. You will explore the effects of Prohibition, including the rise of bootlegging and the increase in organized crime through the work of notorious gangsters like Al Capone. You'll also examine the changing role of women and look at one of the most popular symbols of the Roaring Twenties, that of the flapper. Finally, you will also study two notable movements of the era, Garveyism and Fundamentalism.


Subject(s): Social Studies

Grade Level(s): 9, 10, 11, 12