For the first time, more people were living in .... areas
The growth of the black population in cities also linked to the growth of....
Between 1920 and 1930, the % of families with central heating rose from....% to .....%
By 1930, ....% of homes in cities had access to electricity
Technological advances saw the creation of new materials such as....
A range of domestic goods had become available. Now ....% of people owned vacuum cleaners by 1930
Electric washing machines were owned by ...% of families in 1930
It was not until the 19....s that rural parts of American got their own electricity supply
By 1929, American companies were spending .... each year on advertising ( a .... increase)
By the end of the 20s, ...% of all furniture had been brought on hire purchase schemes
By the end of the 20s, ....% of all radios had been bought on hire purchase schemes
By the end of 1922, there were ... radio stations
The popularity of the radio is shown by the popularity of their shares which rose ....% between 1925 and 1929
By 1930, .... cinema tickets were being sold every week
Between 1921 and 1929, average wages in the USA rose from.... to ..... per year
Share dividends paid out to investors rose by ...%
Total expenditure on education rose by....times, showing that it was not a wholly materialistic society
The most famous scandal associated with President Harding
In 1923, Warren Harding passed away, and was succeeded by...
His main political belief was in....
Industrial output during the 1920s almost....
Average unemployment never rose much above...% between 1922 and 1929
Inflation never rose higher than ...%
Gross Domestic Product stood at ..... in 1920 and ...... in 1929
Consumption of electricity...
in 1929 alone.... worth of radios were sold
What was Coolidge's famous policy of government?
The name of Calvin Coolidge's Treasury Secretary and his main political/economic belief
The three main ways that the government did intervene in the economy?
The Act which raised tariffs, and when it was passed
The years in which major tax reductions were made
In 1920, the highest tax stood at ....%
In 1928 the highest tax stood at ....%
Mellon handed out rebates and credits to corporations totalling ....
The year that Ford introduced the moving assembly line
The car that made motor vehicles affordable, introduced in 1909
The motor car industry was the largest in the USA, true or false?
The motor car industry employed.....% of all workers
Why did agriculture suffer as a result of the motor car industry?
In 1929, how many labour saving devices were sold?
By 1929, the largest .... corporations in the USA possessed ....% of the nations wealth
By 1929, almost .... worth of goods were sold on credit
...% of cars were purchased on hire purchase schemes
What is 'Fordism'?
Which regions of the USA had only sparse industrial development, and the major occupation was still agriculture?
Old industries were generally suffering hard times.
Why was coal suffering?
Why was cotton suffering?
Why were the northern textile mills suffering?
What percentage of black people lived in the South of the US?
How much did the number of millionaires increase by between 1914 and 1928?
Who were the winners of the economic prosperity?
Which parts of society suffered during the boom?
What types of unemployment were suffered during this period?
Wheat fell from .... per bushel to ..... per bushel
Which two factors meant that farm goods were no longer in high demand?
Farm output grew by....% during the 1920s
....% of farms operated at a loss
The Agricultural Credits Act of 1923
What bill was introduced and when, which would set up the Agricultural Export Corporation which would buy commodities on the American market and sell them abroad (vetoed twice by Coolidge)?
In what year did the Florida Land Boom collapse?
In which years did America become 'Wall-Street crazy'?
How many banks were there in the 1920s?
What were the 3 indicators that the boom was slowing down by the end of the 1920s?
During the 1920s, union membership declined by...?