Ohio Test Prep
Unit 4. Prosperity, Depression, and the New Deal
4.1 Social Change in the Roaring Twenties
Describe how racial intolerance, anti-immigrant attitudes and the Red Scare contributed to social unrest after World War I.
Describe how an improved standard of living for many, combined with technological innovations in communication, transportation and industry resulted in social and cultural changes and tensions.
Describe social changes that came from the Harlem Renaissance, African-American migration, women’s suffrage and Prohibition.
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