1930s Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach 1930s.

  • 13 Encyclopedia Articles

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Encyclopedia Articles (13)

1,018 words, approx. 4 pages
1930s: Fashion American fashions shifted in the 1930s. The 1920s had been a decade of excess. Fashions for both young men and women—the "sheiks" and "flappers"&#x201... Read more
19,673 words, approx. 66 pages
Houses by the Dozen? Read more
17,717 words, approx. 60 pages
Tests and Trials. For many, the 1930s were a squalid decade, introduced by financial collapse that threatened the foundations of the nation and ended by the threat of involvement in wars in both Euro... Read more
28,163 words, approx. 94 pages
The Biggest Health Concern. In the 1930s the biggest health concern of America was how to pay for medical needs. The national income was less than half of what it had been in 1929, and in several sta... Read more
25,328 words, approx. 85 pages
The Rise of Mass Media. The 1930s made a lasting impact on American mass media. Despite the Depression several of the mass media in the United States underwent considerable growth during the 1930s. E... Read more
22,026 words, approx. 74 pages
"The People, Yes!" Read more
28,100 words, approx. 94 pages
The Birth of a New Era Prohibition and Social Control Crime Bigger Government The Great Crisis The Supreme Court in Transition Read more
26,073 words, approx. 87 pages
The Depression Decade President Hoover's Problem The New Deal The First New Deal The Second New Deal Isolationism The Depression Ends in War Read more
15,924 words, approx. 54 pages
Endings and Beginnings Adjusting to Austerity Streamline Moderne The Bauhaus Organic Architecture A New Look for Cars American Fashion Hollywood Daily Wear Roadside Americana Getting By Read more
26,695 words, approx. 89 pages
Ideals and Realities The Bottom Line Meritocracy Class Barriers Racial Barriers Progressive Education Conflict Read more
31,630 words, approx. 106 pages
Transformation Emerging Consumerism Construction The Crash Philosophy Industrial Warfare Wagner Act A New Philosophy Read more
10,485 words, approx. 35 pages
On the Road. In the summer of 1935 a gangling, fourteen-year-old Arkansas farm boy named Lee Webster hiked twenty miles from his home in Landis to the nearest paved highway, caught a ride, and went l... Read more
8,437 words, approx. 29 pages
Movies Fiction Popular Songs 3 May Read more