new year –

welcome back – the first day back is another exam day for students – then Thursday we will dive back in to content – back to the roaring 20’s…

Prosperity, Depression and the New Deal (1919-1941)

The Post-World War I period was characterized by economic, social and political turmoil. Post-war prosperity brought about changes to American popular culture. However, economic disruptions growing out the war years led to worldwide depression. The United States attempted to deal with the Great Depression through economic programs created by the federal government.

this standard will take us from the roar to the crash…as always – class will incorporate primary sources for all themes – class notes – and student inquiry on all fronts…

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