Teaching the American 20s

This media rich site from the University of Texas at Austin presents a thematic overview of 1920s America that considers the social shifts that took place after World War I. It focuses on changing perspectives toward labor, capitalism, women, and immigration
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This media-rich site from the University of Texas at Austin presents a thematic overview of 1920s America that considers the social shifts that took place after World War I. It focuses on changing perspectives toward labor, capitalism, women, and immigration as well as on the American reaction to and embrace of the modern.

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