Chronological List Summary

  • Last updated on November 10, 2022

1920: The Case Against the Reds

1920: Warren G. Harding: “Not Nostrums, but Normalcy”

1920: Harding on Americanism

1920: Franklin D. Roosevelt on Americanism

1920: Now We Can Begin: Women and Their Vote

1920: Prison Writings of a Radical Suffragist

1921: Marcus Garvey on Back to Africa

1921: Labor Will Not Be Outlawed or Enslaved

1921: W.E.B. Du Bois: An Open Letter to Warren G. Harding

1921: On the Tulsa Race Riot

1921: Summation of the Defense, Sazzo-Vanzetti Trial

1921: Summation of the Prosecution, Sacco-Vanzetti Trial

1921: On the Necessity of Naval Disarmament

1921: Margaret Sanger: The Morality of Birth Control

1921: The Problem of Japan: A Japanese View

1921-1924: Selected Prison Letters of Bartolomeo Vanzetti

1921-1924: Selected Prison Letters of Nicola Sacco

1922: Treaty on the Limitation of Naval Armaments

1922: President Harding’s Appeal to Halt Lawbreaking

1922: On the Transportation Act of 1920

1922: A Flapper’s Appeal to Parents

1922: From My Life and Work, by Henry Ford

1922-1924: On the Teapot Dome Scandal

1923: Letter Regarding Ku Klux Klan Activity in Arkansas

1923: The Destiny of America

1924: The National Origins Act (Immigration Act of 1924)

1924: The Klansman’s Manual

1925: The Press Under a Free Government

1925: William Jennings Bryan: Scopes Trial Summation

1926: Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence

1926: Fiorello La Guardia on Prohibition

1927: On Intervention in Nicaragua

1927: Court Decision in the Scope Trial

1927: Lindbergh’s Paris Trip Makes Him World Hero

1927: The Jazz Singer: Reviews of the First “Talking Movie”

1927: From Facing the Chair: The Americanization of Two Foreign-Born Workingmen

1927: Impressions of the Scopes Trial

1928: The Name “Negro”–Letters between Roland A. Barton and W.E.B. Du Bois

1928: On the Multilateral (Kellogg-Briand) Pact

1928: The Kellogg-Briand Pact

1928: Herbert Hoover on “The Constructive Side of Government”

1929: An Account of the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

1929: President Hoover Responds to the Stock Market Crash

Late 1920s: WLS Showboat: “The Floating Palace of Wonder”

1931: The Jazz Singer: Reviews of the First “Talking Movie”

1931: The Wickersham Commission Report on Prohibition and Crime

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