7 terms

Chapter 21

red scare
intense fear of communism
buying on credit
increased debt and brought on the depression
warning signs of economic instability
rich grew richer, families had little or no savings, buying on credit, counting on future raises, speculation, life savings spent in stock, buying on margin, overproduction, failing rural banks
economic policies of 1920's presidents
favored business w/ no regulation
policy of avoiding political or economic alliances with foreign policies
buying on margin
taking out loans to put money into stock
Kellogg-Briand Pact
aggreement signed by multiple nations to not pose war on one another