The 1920s were marked by rapid economic and urban growth as well as rapid social change, inspiring tensions as rural
American resisted the ensuring changes. Crucial to the growth of the automobile industry in the 1920s was marketing. The revolution
in consumer goods disguised the decline of many traditional industries. The mos visible symbol of the new cities of the 1920s
was the skyscraper. The impact of the Nineteenth Amendment on women was less than women had hoped. The Red Scare of 1919 was
an outgrowth of the intense nationalism of World War I. Prohibition bred a profound disrespect for the law. The immigration
legislation of the 1920s was the most enduring achievement of the rural counterattack. The famous evolution trial of 1925
invovled biology teacher John Scopes. The chief figures in the Teapot Dome scandal was Albert Fall.