The Roaring 20's

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What is the Laissex-faire ideology?
The Republican ideology that believed the government should have little or no involvement in private/public economic affairs in the U.S.A
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What fueled mass production?
The introducement of advertisement and credit in the consumerist market.
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What factor helped the economic advancement before the 1920's?
The producing of steel during WW1
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What did the U.S. introduce to protect industries?
taxes, and tarrifs on imported goods
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What happened to womens independence?
Women gained more independence, and sexual liberty.
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What was the Monkey trial?
Fundamentalist vs eolutionalists. Shows the advancement of science and a less strict religious ideology
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What fueled mass production?

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