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    The 1920’s was a significant time for women at the time. There are many of different social changes as well as cultural changes that the United States experienced because of this so called “Flapper” movement. A Flapper was a fashionable young woman with the intent on enjoying herself and flouting conventional standards of behavior. Flappers wore their hair short, dared to show their legs, drank, smoked, and cavorted with young men. The book “Flapper” by Joshua Zeitz includes a look at the…

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    The 1920’s saw a big boom in the entertainment industry. After World War 1 many Americans had money to blow and turned to entertainment as a way to spend their extra cash. Music, movies, radios, plays, and sports all became popular forms of mass entertainment during this time period. Music was a big part of the Roaring Twenties. In fact, the Roaring Twenties is also known as the Jazz Age. Jazz became big after New Orleans closed its ports and most musicians had to move north to find work.…

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    Fashion, music, and the change of women. “Many Americans were uncomfortable with this new, urban, sometimes racy “mass culture”; in fact, for many–even most–people in the United States, the 1920s brought more conflict than celebration. However, for a small handful of young people in the nation’s big cities, the 1920s were roaring indeed.” The small percentage of people living the world of celebration also had the…

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    they all tend to seek for joyful, entertaining and a new lifestyle. The 1920’s had its own good and bad to offer the economy, In which bad was: the red scare, Radical Violence, increasing Racial tensions, and poverty amongst Native Americans, and good was: advanced technology, better living conditions for middle-class, more revenue through consumer spending, automobile and boom in construction. Out of all industries in the 1920’s, the Automobile was the booming one. The Automobile industries…

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    There are so many types of music in the world and new music is released everyday. Music became extremely popular in the 1920s, although music has existed far before that; through the decades new genres have been created. Some of the first major genres of music that spoke to people were Jazz, Swing, and Big Band; these types of music were very popular because of the way the sound affected people during the time period and these types of music were part of the harlem resistance till the 1950s.…

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    Unsolved Murders in the 1920’s During the 1920’s, also known as the “Roaring Twenties,” America was growing as a country; slowly but surely. It was an age of dramatic social, economic, and political change. America converted from Agricultural to Industrial. World War I, which lasted from 1914-1918, ended. New technological developments, writers, singers, jazz music, and economic growth also came out of the 1920’s. Numerous Americans moved from miniature farms to the substantial cities, but what…

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    Jazz Age in the 1920s was filled with many different aspects that morphed the United States into a more modern and advanced country. One of the most impressive parts of the Roaring Twenties and the Jazz Age was the new style of literature being published. The literary modernism, which developed in the 1910s and 1920s, was built on the foundations of realism and impressionism of authors like William Dean Howells and Sherwood Anderson.1 These more modern authors that emerged in the 1920s, such as…

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    There were dramatic changes after the first world war there wasn 't just one new change there was numerous changes. People at that time would often call this time period the roaring twenties, era of the flappers, and/or the Jazz age. (A New) During the twenties, women started to change how they appear, what they did what influences them as well. Many thought it was acceptable that it was happening and others didn’t like that women were changing. America was changing, why couldn’t women change…

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    Known as the “Roaring Twenties,” the “Jazz Age,” and the “Golden Age,” the 1920s were the beginning of prosperity and productive times in America. After WWI, which ended in 1919, the USA became the wealthiest country in the world. This was because the USA was the main provider of weapons, food, and other life necessities for the Allies. As of result, America’s financial status grew. With the money that was accumulated, new inventions were introduced. These inventions developed a new way of life,…

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    The 1920s was a dynamic decade described by colossal change. Of course, the workmanship, writing and pop culture of the decade were soaked up with subjects of innovation. Maybe the word 'exploratory' is the most ideal approach to portray the aesthetic and social patterns related with the 'Thundering Twenties.' Inventiveness took off amid this time, as journalists and craftsmen 'pushed the envelope' by trying different things with new styles and new topics. Workmanship and culture in the 1920s…

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