Jessica HillisMr. GillardAP US History7 March 2007DBQ: ‘20sThe 1920s were a period of overall change between the traditional values and thenew ways. Many such changes led to growing tension between the old and the new.One of the biggest changes in the 1920s was the beginning shift from traditionalfundamentalism to a modern fundamentalism. Before the ‘20s schools taught the Bibleand Christianity’s principles were stressed but in 1925 John Scopes, a substitute biologyteacher was put on trial for teaching the theory of evolution (Doc B). Though Scopes wasfound guilty, it still began the gradual shift away from creationism in school and back towards the separation of church and state. This led to tensions because it was a shiftaway from religious education. That was unheard of in that day.Another change that created tension between the old and new was the formationof a second Klu Klux Klan (Doc C). Much like the first KKK, this organization was anti-Semite, anti-Negro, and not anti-Immigrant. Much tension was created because theUnited States had almost completely open borders, freedom of religion and black were inhigher position of society. With another KKK around terror was being created once againand it had taken quite a while for things to settle down after the first KKK had
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