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Title: Economy


1
Economy Culture
2
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • A. Technology
  • 1. Electricity
  • Rising Demand
  • 1913-1927 4x Customers
  • 16 to 63 w/ lights
  • 2. New Products

3
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • B. Consumerism

4
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • B. Consumerism
  • 1. Buying on Credit
  • Old View v. New View
  • Installment Plan
  • 1929 60 Cars, 70 of furniture, 80 vacuums,
    radios, refrig., 90 sewing washing machines

5
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • C. Advertising

6
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • C. Advertising

7
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • C. Advertising
  • 1. Bruce Barton

Picked up 12 men from the bottom of society and
forged an organization that conquered the world.
8
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • D. Increased Productivity
  • 1. Scientific Management
  • E. Henry Ford Automobile
  • 1. Model T

9
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • E. Henry Ford Automobile
  • 2. Assembly Line
  • 3. Factory Town Philosophy

10
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • F. Impact of Automobile
  • 1. Economic Impact
  • 2. Social Impact

11
Roaring Twenties
  • I. New Economy
  • G. Labor in the New Era
  • 1. Welfare Capitalism
  • 2. American Plan (open shop)
  • 3. Hard Times for Organized Labor
  • H. Farm Problems

12
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 1. Radio
  • a. 1920, KDKA (Pittsburgh)

13
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 1. Radio
  • b. 1930 800 stations 10 million radios
  • NBC CBS

14
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 1. Radio
  • c. Bring People Together

15
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 2. Movie Industry

16
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 2. Movie Industry

17
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 2. Movie Industry

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18
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 2. Movie Industry

The Jazz Singer
19
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • A. Entertainment/Mass Media
  • 2. Movie Industry

Mary Pickford
Clara Bow
20
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • B. Popular Heroes
  • 1. Sports

21
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • B. Popular Heroes
  • 1. Sports

http//www.youtube.com/watch?vuS7Iq_I0i6M
22
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • B. Popular Heroes
  • 1. Sports

23
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • B. Popular Heroes
  • 2. Charles Lindbergh

24
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • B. Popular Heroes
  • 3. Amelia Earhart

25
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • C. Women Changing Roles
  • 1. Revolution in Morals
  • a. Flapper Image
  • b. Sigmund Freud

26
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • C. Women Changing Roles
  • 1. Revolution in Morals
  • c. Margaret Sanger Birth Control

27
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • C. Women Changing Roles
  • 2. At Home, Divorce, Education

No Ring
28
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • D. Jazz Age

29
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • E. Harlem Renaissance
  • 1. Poets and Musicians
  • 2. Marcus Garvey
  • a. UNIA Back to Africa

Zora Neale Hurston
30
Roaring Twenties
  • II. New Culture
  • C. Literature of Alienation
  • 1. Lost Generation
  • H.L. Mencken
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Theodore Dreiser
  • Ernest Hemingway
  • Sinclair Lewis
  • William Faulkner
  • PoetryEliot, Frost, Cummings
  • 2. ArchitectureFrank Lloyd Wright
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