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For us Americans in our century of the 2000’s we are blessed with many advantages that was not around eighty years ago. The world we live in and our culture is constantly and developing from the 1920’s to the present day, many things had changed regarding the music, socially, and technology, however many things has remained the same. “The roaring twenties,” and "golden twenties" are how historians would describe this time in our history. Authors from History.com stated, “The 1920s were an age of dramatic social and political change” they said for the first time there were more Americans lived in urban area than rual. After world war one, America was known as richest country. Everyone seemed to have money. Single and married women we earning more with higher- paying jobs. Women were branching from staying home with their kids and doing house work. They were becoming independent. Women fought for and won the right to vote during this time, declaring that they, like men deserve all the rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Jazz was a genre invented in the 20s. It was a melting pot for people, with a mix of black music, spirituals, blues gospel, white music even west indies. Jazz music was a union, for people of all races to …show more content…
Supporter of LGBT on June 26 as reported by Adam Liptak, “the U.S. Supreme Court ruled, Obergefell v. Hodges that same-sex couples have the fundamental right to marry and that states cannot say that marriage is reserved for heterosexual couples.” Our music has changed with more genres invented such as Hip hop or Electronic dance music, but people of all races still bond and create more music. The technology has improved dramatically and continue to do so. Compared to the 1920s our technology has higher quality. The internet and smartphones, the have the ability to connect with the outside world and being able to socialize without having to move

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