The Immediate Post-War Social, Political and Economic Consequences of World War I on America

Location: Hodges University Naples Campus, Stock Building

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Presenter: Dr. Ted Childress

Every war results in a decline in morality during and after the war; that was certainly the case in "The Roaring Twenties.” Rejection of the old morals led to selective obedience of laws, the rise of organized crime, a philosophy of "Anything Goes" and almost daily exposure of personal and political scandals. Racial unrest and fears of mass immigration rekindled nativism while agriculture sank into recession presaging the Great Depression.

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