A) The 32nd president used the New Deal and the Hundred Days act to help end the Depression, and later rallied Americans to support a massive war effort after the attacks on Pearl Harbor. B) When I get older and have a job, I will have social security. C) Now, Americans have social security and remember FDR's diplomatic actions during World War ||.
A) The Dust Bowl's impacts on rural Americans were tragic. Homes and automobiles were ruined by the dust and sand. Part of the nation was always covered in a layer of dirt and gloom. B) If I wanted to live in the area where the Dust Bowl occurred, I would be able to, because there isn't dust storms everyday anymore. C) Americans today can now live comfortably in parts of Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kanas.
A) The first successful plane and flight greatly influenced aviation technology. The world now had access to flight. B) I can go see family and friends across the country, and the trip is short because of flight technology. C) Today, the glider developed into large passenger planes and fighter planes used in military combat.
A) Einstein introduced America to his many scientific ideas, including his theory of relativity. His theory influenced nuclear technology. B) I know Albert Einstein to one of the most important scientists of all time, his discoveries impacted the world i know today. C) His theories allowed America to become extremely advanced in the science and combat world in order to develop the atom bomb .
A) Louis Armstrong was a major contributor to the Jazz Age. He had many hits as a talented singer and cornet player, and has performed with Ella Fitzgerald, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday and many other performers who helped popularize jazz. B) Jazz still lives and I can see live performances and listen to old artists online. C) Armstrong has made a great musical impact today, and people will remember him as a legend.
A) Ford's Model T was the first automobile, that made it cheap and easy for anyone to get to their destinations quickly. The assembly line was soon introduced after, which led to a great increase of manufacturing. B) Because of invention and the continued development of cars, I'll be able to drive and get places. C) Today, automobiles are always being improved and cars are a basic need.
A) After the stock market crash, economic disaster struck and an enormous amount of people lost their jobs. B) Today, the economy is recovered and getting a job will be easy for me. C) America today still has slight problems with the stick market and economy, but another Depression is very unlikely.
A) After the war the US saw political, economic and social changes and emerged from the war as a world military and industrial leader. B) I know people with family members who fought in the war and survived along with their achievements. C) The outcome of the war shaped the relationships with countries later in the century and today.
A) The prohibition banned the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages in the United States from 1920 to 1933, which resulted in crime spikes. B) Since it ended, legal adults around me can engage in responsible and lawful drinking. C) In the US today, we no longer have the need for organized crime gangs (Mafia), blackmarket/underground trade, speakeasies, or homemade liquors. Overall, there is less crime involved in buying and selling alcoholic beverages.
A) The ratification of the 19th Amendment allowed the nations women to finally vote. It was a huge step towards gender equality. B) Me and the women I know are able to vote for our best interests. C) Today, women around the world are still fighting for equality and rights. And celebrating the significant points in women's sufferage.