|Title:||The Sounds Of History Record 10: 1917-1932 / War, Boom And Bust|
|Style:||Folk, Big Band, Free Improvisation, Marches, Tango, Spoken Word, Speech, Interview|
|Category:||Jazz / Latin / Sounds / Military tracks / World, Folk, Country|
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|A1||–Time Life||From a recording of a speech by General John J. Pershing, made in France during the war .|
|A2||–Time Life||From Ernest Hemingway's 'A Farewell to Arms' .|
|A3||–Time Life||Woodrow Wilson's remarks before his trip to the Paris Peace Conference .|
|A4||–Time Life||Woodrow Wilson speaks of the next war .|
|A5||–Time Life||Henry Cabot Lodge's speech on the League of Nations (August 12, 1919).|
|A6||–Time Life||A Republican senator comments on Warren G. Harding, the presidential nominee .|
|A7||–Time Life||From a recording of a speech by Warren G. Harding on "Americanism" .|
|A8||–Time Life||Calvin Coolidge describes his succession to the presidency .|
|A9||–Time Life||From a recording of Calvin Coolidge welcoming Charles A. Lindbergh to Washington after his solo flight from New York to Paris, with Lindbergh's reply (June 11, 1927).|
|A10||–Time Life||Bartolomeo Vanzetti's statement to a reporter for the New York World (April 1927).|
|A11||–Time Life||A sonnet in memory of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti by Edna St. Vincent Millay.|
|A12||–Time Life||From a recording of Will Rogers' remarks on the radio about what this country needs .|
|A13||–Time Life||Sinclair Lewis describes the small town in 'Main Street' .|
|A14||–Time Life||Herbert Hoover's speech accepting the Republican nomination for President .|
|A15||–Time Life||A description of the stock market crash (October 24, 1929) by historian Frederick Lewis Allen.|
|A16||–Time Life||An Iowa country lawyer depicts the plight of the farmers during the Depression.|
|A17||–Time Life||A newspaper reporter describes the Bonus Army in Washington .|
|A18||–Time Life||Will Rogers explains the election to Herbert Hoover .|
|A19||–Time Life||Franklin Delano Roosevelt's speech on the "forgotten man" (April 1932).|
|B1||–Eric Carlson||Over There/Mademoiselle from Armentieres|
|B2||–George Gershwin||'S Wonderful/I Got Rhythm|
|B3||–Irving Berlin||Always/All Alone|
|B4||–Herman Shertser||Charleston/Black Bottom/La Cumparsita|
|B5||–Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein II||Make Believe/Why Do I Love You?|
|B6||–Jay Gorney||Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?|
|B7||–George Antheil||Ballet Mecanique|
|B8||–Roy Harris||Piano Trio|
From a recording of Calvin Coolidge welcoming Charles A. Lindbergh to Washington after his solo flight from New York to Paris, with Lindbergh's reply (June 11, 1927). Bartolomeo Vanzetti's statement to a reporter for the New York World (April 1927). A sonnet in memory of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti by Edna St. Vincent Millay.
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ALBUM: Record 10: 1917-1932 War, Boom And Bust. A13 A lawyer on the plight of the farmers. A14 A reporter on the bonus army. A15 Election of 1932, Will Rodgers. A16 Forgotten man, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. B1 Over there, George M. Cohan ((performed by) Eric Carlson and chorus). B2 Mademoiselle from Armentieres, traditional (Eric Carlson and chorus). S wonderful Girl crazy.
The Allies, especially the French and British, protested the demand for repayment pointing out that they had lost many troops and that America should just write off the loans as war costs. He vetoed the Muscle Shoals Bill, which was designed to dam the Tennessee River and sell government-produced electricity in competition with citizens in private companies. In 1932, Congress established the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC), which was designed to provide indirect economic relief by assisting insurance companies, banks, agricultural organizations, railroads, and state and local governments.
Examine various causes of the depression and indicate its paralyzing effect on ordinary citizens as well as on the business and political leadership. REFERENCE: Robert McElvaine, The Great Depression (1984). Consider the changing role of American workers in both the probusiness 1920s and during the early years of the Great Depression. He had a malicious sense of humor and loved to play practical jokes like ringing for White House servants and then hiding from them. The Politics of Boom and Bust, 1920-1932. Chapter 27 Study Guide. Unit 12 Essay Examples - Barren County Schools.
Great Moments In History). Selo: London Records – SP 44037. Lista de faixas Ocultar Créditos. American Revolutionary War (1775-1783). A1a. Great Britain - March Of The British Grenadiers. A1b. United States - Yankee Doodle. Napoleonic - Russian War (1812). A2a. France - La Marseillaise.
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Treasury had loaned to the Allies during and immediately after the war-Allies protested that demand for repayment was unfair
Volume One covers the label’s improbable rise from 1917-1927.
Early in 1932, Congress, responding to Hoover’s appeal, established the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, which became a government lending bank. However, giant corporations were the ones that benefited most from this, and the RFC was another one of the targets of Hoover’s critics. In 1932, Congress passed the Norris-La Guardia Anti-Injection Act, which outlawed anti-union contracts and forbade the federal courts to issue injunctions to restrain strikes, boycotts, and peaceful picketing