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Dear Professor Know-it-all I do not agree with you when you say you believe that the 1920s was a return to normalcy”. I say this because, many bad things happened then. For one, Warren G. Harding, our 29th president, and all he wanted to do was isolate the US. He might have thought he had a good reason for it, but me personally I don’t think that was a good reason. The vice president, Calvin Coolidge thought highly about business, because of this he made a lot of businesses, and Industry's. Yes, it did have a lot of good impacts,
but it also had a lot of negative impacts. For example, prosperity, which then led to patterns of consumption, or purchasing things you use on a daily, like radios, cars, vacuums, beauty products or clothing. Not only did that happen, but also when WW1 came to an end the US came to an economic slump. After Harding's became president, he made a new law that made it illegal to import alcohol. People started making illegal bars, and more crime started to arise. Also Fear of foreigners was coming us as well. The Ku Klux Klan became a thing, and that
why foreigners were afraid to come to the US. Lastly, Economic problems arose as well. Yes, a lot of good things happened then, but I think that things could have been better. Sincerely Nakiah
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