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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Harding Landslide 1920 Warren G. Harding is elected to thepresidency by a landslide. Harding wins 60% of the popular vote and 75% of the electoral vote;James Cox wins only a few statesin the South. Eugene Debs gets more than 900,000 votesdespite campaigning from prison,where he is kept forviolating the wartime EspionageAct by giving an antiwar speech in 1918. Sacco-Vanzetti Trial 1921 The Sacco-Vanzetti trialbegins; immigrant Italian radicals Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti will eventually be convictedof murder and executed. The market capitalization of Ford Motor Company exceeds $1 billion. Ford Motor Company 1924 Babe Ruth 60 1927 New York Yankees star Babe Ruth hits his 60th home run of the season, breaking his own record of 59. Ruth's record will stand for more than thirty years. Chicago Mob 1929 In the "Saint Valentine's Day Massacre," the single bloodiest incident in a decade-long turf war between rival Chicago mobstersfighting to control the lucrative bootlegging trade, members of Al Capone's gang murder six followers of rival Bugs Moran. Stock Market Collapse 1929 The American stock market collapses, signaling the onset of the Great Depression. The Dow Jones Industrial Average peaks in September 1929 at 381.17a level that it will not reach again until 1954. The Dowwill bottom out at a Depression-era low of just 41.22 in 1932. 1920' s 1920' s
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