Essay about The Mass Production Of Cars Throughout The 1920 ' S

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The mass production of cars in the 1920’s relates to the materialism and recklessness shown in Gatsby’s car. Before this time cars were new and many people did not have them because they were too expensive. Once the assembly line was created and was put to use cars became easily creatable and were being mass produced let alone the cost of them went down greatly. The people of this time that got cars would drive and use them to get from work to home faster which meant they could now live farther away from work without having to worry about taking to long to get to work. People were not ready to handle this sort of responsibility because at this time everyone began spending their money at no expense, they also began to buy everything their little hearts desired and did not care how much it cost or how much it would cost them later. The rich people of the time never worked for what they had, in the movie this is shown through the lives they lived and the cars they drove and how they drove them. Gatsby’s car was a direct representation it was trick out and stocked with the best of the best while others without money did not even have a car and worked hard just to keep their lives together. Gatsby’s car was a direct representation it was trick out and stocked with the best of the best while others without money did not even have a car and worked hard just to keep their lives together. The people of the time had different ways to getting their riches one way was inheritance.…

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