History - USA 1919 -1941 (entire syllabus)

My second and final history pack. If you need any little things in this explained fully just message me, I am more than happy to help anyone :) Good luck guys! And I hope you enjoy all the effort I put in to these things (not that i'm trying to make you feel guilty at all) :) x

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Edexcel History
The USA 1919 ­ 1939
(Just a side note before we begin. I usually highlight all the work I make, but this one I haven't done
because it is one of the best revision techniques. So my challenge to you is for you to go through,
highlight the…

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2.Republi
can
P ol
ici
es ­
Th ose
damn r
ep uby'
s had a
few poli
cies
but
n one
o f
t
hem ar
e t
o o
hard!
Here
they
are
T ari
ff
s ­
T he
U SA di
dn '
t
li
ke…

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o El
ect
ri
ci
ty
­ t
he
new "
craze"
was
spr
eadi
ng
acr
oss
Amer
ica t
his
new,
li
ght
ning
fast
f
uel

was
prai
sed
by
all
.
It
was
used
for
all
machi
ner
y et
c...
but
the
poor coal
was…

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During the 1920's, films became a national obsession. Millions of Americans went
every week to the cinema as it was dirt cheap. For this exam you really have to know
some of the icons from that day.
Thi
s might
sound ki
l
ler,
but
put
on one of
t…

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Prohibition

By
the
end of
t
he Fi
rst
Wo r
ld
Wa r,
ther
e were
str
ong t
emp er
ance (
anti
al
cohol
and women)
mo veme nt
s
i
n t
he USA.
Temp er
ance groups pr
essured
the
G over
nme nt
t…

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There were four main types of intolerance. You must remember these (highlighter alert,
highlighter alert!)

1. Al
cohol
I
ntol
erance
2. Raci
st
Int
oler
ance
3. Pol
it
ical
I
ntol
erance
4. Rel
igi
ous
Int
oler
ance

We've talked about alcoholic intolerance, so let's start with…

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4.Decli
ning
Indust
ri
es ­
some st
udents
forget
t
h at
onl
y about
half
of
t
he
countr
y j
oined
in
w i
t
h
the
boom, so
the
decli
ning
indust
ri
e s
are
almost l
i
ke
an i
nfect
ion,
t
he…

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Most
p eopl
e t
h or
ough l
y di
sli
ked Hoover
by now,
especial
ly
the
veterans.
I
n come t
he Bonus marchers.

They were
veterans
that
had
fought
i
n t
he
fi
rst
worl
d war,
and
p eacef
ull
y marched
up t…

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Feder
al
Eme r
gency
R el
ief
Pover
ty
an d 500 mil
li
on doll
ars
all
oca t
ed t
o
help
reli
eve the
Admini
st
rat
ion
(FERA) unemployment suf
feri
ng of
the poor,
scheme s
to
ma ke j
o bs
and
seeds…

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Like I've already mentioned, the New Deal wasn't loved by all. You know us humans we
have to find fault in some things. Those opposed to the New Deal are split into two
groups. Those who thought it did too much. Those who thought it did too little.

Too
much…

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