How many Americans died in the First World War?
Who was the Republican candidate at the 1920 election?
What was an effect of Isolationism?
'Red Scare' and controls on immigration
Between 1920 and 1929 the number of motor cars on American roads increased from...
4 million to 13 million
9 million to 26 million
3 million to 20 million
Which stage is missing from the 'cycle of prosperity'?
When was the first Model T produced?
How much was a Model T ford in 1920?
What other industries grew from the booming car industry?
Steel, oil and cotton
Glass and farming
Leather and rubber
What was 'Hire and Purchase'?
When a buyer could pay for something in instalments
A way of advertising
How did the government help 'the boom'?
They left the businesses alone encouraging them to create their own wages. They also lowered taxes so people had more to spend on goods
They encouraged businesses to have fair wages by putting restrictions and creating unions.
Between 1921 and 1929 stock price rose by what percent?
When was the Fordney - McCumber tariff passed by congress?
'American firms became inefficient' and 'life was more difficult for poor people' were effects of what?
Who was a famous Jazz musician?
How many homes had a radio in 1929 compared to the 60,000 radios in 1920?
When were films being produced in colour?
Who was the first man to fly slow across the Atlantic in 1927?
Why was Jazz seen as 'dramatic' and 'daring'?
New fashion trends (flappers)
Its origin from black American culture
The new dances such as 'Charleston' and 'Bunny Hug'
What were the characteristic fashion choices of young men during the boom?
Tailored suits and top hats
Pinstriped suits, spats and trilby hats
Workers clothing of no formality