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Teaching Domestic And International Politics of the 1920s

Domestic And International Politics of the 1920s

Despite all the verve of the American social scene in the 1920s, the Presidential leadership of the decade was quite unremarkable. Warren Harding won his bid for the White House in 1920 with the campaign slogan "Return to Normalcy."


How were politics in the 1920s shaped by World War I?
RH.1 - Meaning & Evidence, RH.2 - Main Ideas


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