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chap 16

how did flappers symbolize changes in western society during the 1920s?
they symbolized a rebellious youth, who rejected moral values & Victorian age rules.

how did the ideas of Einstein and Freud contribute to a sense of uncertainty?
both of their ideas seemed to further reinforce the unsettling sense of a universe whirling beyond the understanding of human reason.

choose one postwar writer and one postwar artist. explain how their work reflected a new view of the world.
t.s. elliot ~ his works portrayed the empty and depressing moral breakdown of western civilization.

pablo picasso ~ formed the movement of “cubism”, which revolutionarily gave ppl a new perspective since the paintings moved further away from reality.

what steps did the major powers take to protect the peace? why did these moves have limited effects?
the kellogg brand pact outlawed war, the powers pursued disarmament, and the League of Nations signed treaties to reduce the size of their navies. bc european dictators began to spot their weaknesses since none of the plans worked and pursued aggressive foreign policies.

explain how falling demand, FRB, and the financial crisis contributed to the outbreak of the Great Depression.
falling demand~

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