1920s Magazine Article Topics Political Article Topics You must use one of the topics listed below for your political article



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1920s Magazine Article Topics

Political Article Topics

You MUST use one of the topics listed below for your political article.

Remember to focus on how these events either affected or reflected politics in the 1920s!

  • First Red Scare (p412 – 413)

  • Sacco & Vanzetti Trial (p413 – 414)

  • Nativism/discrimination in the 1920s (p412 – 417)

  • Harding’s Political Scandals (p420 – 421)

  • 18th Amendment (Prohibition) p436 - 437

  • 19th Amendment (Suffrage for Women) p315 – 316, 334 - 335

  • Labor Unions/Strikes (p417 – 418)

  • Scopes Trial (teaching evolution in schools) p438 - 439

  • Palmer Raids (p413)

  • KKK in the 1920s (p415)

  • Laissez Faire Economic Policies (p422 – 427, 464 - 466)


Interview List

You MUST use one of the topics listed below for your interview.

Remember to focus on why your selected person was important to the 1920s. How they reflected what was going on in the era, or how they had an impact on the era.


  • Mitchell Palmer (p413)

  • Judge Webster Thayer (judge in Sacco & Vanzetti Trial)

  • Marcus Garvey (p453 – 454)

  • John Lewis (labor leader) p418

  • John T. Scopes (teacher who got in trouble for teaching evolution) p438 - 439

  • Hiram Wesley Evans (leader of the KKK)

  • President Warren G. Harding (p419 – 421)

  • President Calvin Coolidge (p422 – 424)

  • President Herbert Hoover (do NOT include anything that happened after December 31, 1929) p466 – 467


Lifestyles Article

You MUST use one of the topics listed below for your lifestyles article.

    • Changing Role of Women (p440 – 443)

    • Youth Fads (p444 – 445)

    • Education (p446 – 447)

    • Mass Media (p447 – 448)

    • Sports (p448 – 449)

    • Entertainment & The Arts (p450 – 451, 458 - 459)

    • Harlem Renaissance (p454 – 457)


Extra Credit Opportunity

Early Turn In:

If you turn in your completed magazine on ______________ you will earn 5 extra credit points (directly applied to your total score on the magazine)


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