1919 The Year That Changed America Setting & Symbolism

Martin W. Sandler
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The United States of America

This book is specifically focused on events that occurred and shaped the United States of America. This is immediately clear from the book's subtitle and all of the events in the book take place in the United States. The events of 1919 discussed in the book are therefore influenced and shaped by the political, economic, and social conditions of the country at the time. Furthermore, they would go on to influence those same conditions in the future. The United States is not only the country in which these events take place, but it also provides the socio-cultural background for these parts of history.

Washington, DC

Washington, DC is where several major events in 1919 took place. It is where major suffragette protests took place including the parade during Wilson's inauguration and their picketing of the White House. A significant race riot during the Red Summer...

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