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Group 6 - 1920 Election
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Hailey B.
Bryan P.
Alyssa R.
Izzy M.

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Americans Embracing Normalcy
The central topic of this section was the 1920 election.
Woodrow Wilson was 28th president that played a main role in peace negotiations and the establishment of the leader nations. He had an idea that James M. Cox would be the right and strong supporter for the league but unfortunately he was wrong.
Warren G. Harding of Ohio became the concluding rejection of the league.
Harding was not in agreement with Wilson's ideas, so he took charge and began to change things. He was opposed to progressive reforms and foreign crusades, and Americans were also against Wilson's ideas. He promised a "return to simpler days". At this time Harding had officially won, and republicans also gained the control over congress.
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