AMERICAN IMPERIALISM(1890 1919)
THE UNITED STATES IN WORLD WAR I[SOURCES]
(A) increased US involvement in Europe
(B) no longer selling liquor in the US
(C) ** going back to a peacetime economy
(D) restoring a Democratic president to power
Concept note-1: -Harding’s campaign promised a return to “normalcy, ” rejecting the activism of Theodore Roosevelt and the idealism of Woodrow Wilson. Voters responded to his genial nature, impressive stature, and bland message; he won by a landslide. Harding recorded several speeches for the Nation’s Forum.
Concept note-2: -"Return to Normalcy.” In the 1920 presidential election, Republican nominee Warren G. Harding campaigned on the promise of a “return to normalcy, ” which would mean a return to conservative values and a turning away from President Wilson’s internationalism.