patterns in american domestic affairs By CDavis2014 Oct 2, 1914 More Efficient Production techniques Henry Ford, The assembely line to automobile production was introduced Oct 2, 1917 Women when men went off to fight in world war 1 in 1917, millions of women took their places in factories and mines. Oct 2, 1919 Adjusting to peace Created a short recession from 1919 to 1921 Oct 2, 1920 Adjusting to peace citizens have witnessed attacks on the civil libeties Oct 2, 1920 Rise of Nativism (ku klux klan) acts of 1921,1924, and 1929 restricted immagration from Southern and Eastern Europe by establishing quotas for each natinallity based on american exisisting ethnic composition. Oct 2, 1920 Factors underlying prosperity the 1920's were naturally prosperous times. wages and employement oppertunities have increased, while business profits and production soared. Oct 2, 1920 The age of mass consumtion the 1920's witnessed new patterns of consumtion, creating mass markets for goods Oct 2, 1920 cultural values of the 1920's The citzens saw the emergence of new value challenging traditional views. Oct 2, 1920 Hrlem Renaissance women began to smoke and drink. while things began to flouyrish like music Oct 29, 1929 The stock market Crash the stock market crashed. people frantically tried to sell all their stocks, as share prices plunged. the effects of the crash quickly spread. Oct 2, 1930 Causes of the Great Depression Three causes of the great deppression were Overproduction, speculation, and the stock market crash Oct 3, 1930 Economic patterns:Expnation and Contraction of the Economy The 1920's are often followed by periods of recession or depression, like the great depression of the 1930's Oct 3, 1932 Franklin D. Roosevelt defeated Hoover in the presidential election of 1932 Roosevelt promised a New Deal. Oct 3, 1933 Relief Civilian consevation Corps (1933) Gave jobs to young people planting trees and cleaning up forests. C.C.C lived in camps and recieved free food. Oct 3, 1933 Federal deposit Insurance coroporation insured bank deposits so that people would not lose their savings in case a bank failed Oct 3, 1934 Securities and Exchange Comission Was created to watch over the stock market and guard against another stock market attack. Oct 3, 1935 Social Security Act provided workers with unemployment insurance, old age pensions, and insurance if they died early Oct 3, 1944 The forced internment of Japanese-Americans The supreme court upheld the relocations in Kormatsu V. United states Oct 3, 1945 The Cold War era 1945-1960 the yars after World War II were generally a period of recovery and economic growth. Oct 3, 1950 The Prospourous !950's Was a decade marked by Relative Prosperity Oct 3, 1954 Brown V. Board of Education Since 1986, The U.S supreme Court had Repeatedly upheld the constitutionality of segragation laws in southern United States. Oct 3, 1955 The March to Equality Montgomery Bus Boycott, Rosa Parks was arrested Because she would not give her seat up to a white person. Oct 3, 1957 The Space Race The Soviet Union launched Sputnik, the first man made satellite, into space. Oct 3, 1958 The space Race Promted the United states to launch its on satellite into space. Oct 3, 1960 Sit-Ins and Freddom Rides in the south 1960-1961 African Amercans held the first "Sit-In" Oct 3, 1960 African-American Militancy In the Late 1960's African American leaders emerged whp disagreed woth kings policy of non-violence. Oct 3, 1960 Social Protest and Change:america in the 1960's and early 1970's The tone of the 1960's differed greatly from the 1950's. The Civil Rights Movemoent Encouraged other groups to seek equality and justice for them selves Oct 3, 1960 The women liberations movement One of the most important devolopements of the 1960's. This sought economic and social equality for women Oct 3, 1960 The counter-culture of the 1960's in the 1960's and 1970's young people adopted a new spirit of rebelliousness, challanging american society's materialism and indifferance to proverty and other social problems . Oct 3, 1961 The Space Race President Kennedy announced the beginning of the "The Space Race". Oct 3, 1963 March of Washington Civil Rights Leaders called for a march on Washington to get Congress to Enact a Civil Rights Bill. Oct 3, 1964 New Civil Rights Laws 1964 Prohibitted racial discrimmination in hotels. 1965 President Johnson introduced affirmative action, requiring employers with federal contracts to hire more minority and female employees. Oct 3, 1969 The space race Americans Placed the first men on the surface of the moon and returned them safely to earth.