in the us, anyone who is not a us citizen
Britain, France, Russia, US (Japan and Italy played a small part)
one who believes in no government
the indo-european "race" hitler thought was supreme to all others.
when black people from the south went up north away from the farms and plantations they were stuck working on for really low wages so they could get more money and better jobs
one who illegally transports alcohol
German Empire, Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ottoman Empire.
the system of government that forces equality and restricts freedom; scared many americans
a disease which affects many people
darwin's theory that people evolved from monkeys
women in the 20s who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair and rebelled against the older generation
the flourishing of arts and artists in harlem, new york. (especially african-american artists)
a virus that became a pandemic in 1918
the years after WW1, including the roaring twenties and ending before the great depression
League of Nations
Woodrow Wilson's idea of a group of nations, who would discuss rather than fight.
the 1925 trial in dayton, tennessee which tested the state law that evolutionism was banned in schools
taking no sides
the usual. after WW1, people wanted to return things to way they were before the war.
a global disease
the law from 1920-1933 that made it illegal to sell, manufacture, and transport alcohol
the term given to communists, especially russians
a missile, new to 1920s
one who smuggles alcohol illegally
Conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of a state.
to determine your own government by voting
a place that sold alcohol illegally during the time of prohibition
the right to vote
a woman in the 1920s who marched for women's right to vote
the russian monarchist ruler
president of the US during the WWI.