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biles, farm mac hinery, and bicycles, all the rage
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new era of nationalism
A World War called upon the nations young
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tile minds of its young inventors, Baseball be-
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Black Thursday, October 24, 1020, saw the
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in history Panic set in as the unemployment
level slcyroclceted The country was in its worst
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were realilecl when President Lyndon Baines
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The steel industrv geared up for the revival
while rumors were whispered in the Roosevelt
administration of another impending war The
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Industrial production reached a pealc during the
war years Upon their return from four years
of battle, the veterans forged ahead with an eye
on a 'better life for everyone ' Several mod-
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cautious citizens of past decades,
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the nation as it approached its :ooih birthday
The world s energy sources and natural re-
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could be replenished Americans once again
waded into a new frontier The energy crisis
and 'ecology were prominent words in the
language Vyays to save nature from the neglect
of manlcind and ways of preserving precious
fuel without damaging that balance of nature
were the obiectives of Americ ans across the
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CHAPTERS OF AMERICA HISTCRY
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land to tax items that were wholly Ameritan
The tolonists reatted in seething resentment
whith erupted into angry protestations The
first blood of the Ameritan Revolution was
spilled during one suth intident at Boston in
1770 beveral Americans lost their lives over a
snowball thrown ata British sentry
ln the tight to athieve tiimmerte equality, the
United States found itself in a naval war over
shipping lanes Fort lvltl-leniv was heriorally
held during a British naval bombardment, and
the stars and stripes still flew after a night ot
hard fighting The next morning Francis Scott
lxev penned the immortal words ot what would
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means of communication
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