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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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    The 1920s was often referred to as the "Roaring Twenties". This related to the booming period of quick economic growth, but also a change in social attitudes. Society discovering new found freedoms then suddenly people's expectations were changing, and this was fuelled by new technologies and a booming economy. However, hidden behind the hopeful and confident views and a booming economy, there were still problems, which led to the stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression of the 1930s.…

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    Angel Maggi Mrs. Park English 11 January 13, 2017 Flappers and the 1920’s The 1920’s was an era of change in many ways. Women won the right to vote and more jobs became available for them. Drinking and smoking became popular among women. Flappers liked to go out with friends and have fun. Some women became Flappers and their fashion changed dramatically. Young people gained more freedom. One of the freedoms that came about was that women began focusing on their own lives and what they wanted to…

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    1920-1930's Ad Analysis

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    Through the minor ways of rebels, women’s desire for equality and freedom increased and the tobacco industry took advantage. Later on, the role of women in the 1920-1930 era started to transform from conservative to a bit more liberated. During that decade few women gained more freedom in the way they dressed and spoke, while the majority kept on following the strict social norms and rules back then. “False modesty…

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    The Roaring Twenties, an era best remembered through cultural artifacts created from the new mass-consumption economy such as new cars, radio shows and the first audio video in a cinema. Since there was a soaring stock market at this time, it is obvious that people would live fully and make use of the new accommodations. Young Americans left behind the traditional society and embraced the modern culture. This is because these modern commodities gave freedom and fun when people, especially women…

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    The 1920s were a busy and crazy time for Americans, I can’t imagine how overwhelming it was for many people. So many truly great events and themes occurred in the ‘20s, but also a lot of less fortunate events. We learned about the Clash of Cultures, the “New Woman”, new innovations, as well as many other topics. In the ‘20s, the city was the place to be. With new appliances, speakeasies, and the more and more popular car, it was where interesting things were happening. At least this was the…

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    in centuries ago? The 1920s have long been remembered as the "Roaring Twenties," an era that featured the famous slicked back hair, vibrant flappers, and marathon dances. The 1920s were an age of dramatic social and political change. For the first time, more Americans lived in cities than on farms. The 1920s was an exciting and fascinating time in American history. Many people, places, and things have changed since the 20s which was almost 98 years ago. Back in the 1920s the lifestyles were…

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    liked to live in the 1920s for many reasons. First of all, the healthcare in the 1920s was very poor. For example, simple surgeries often resulted in bacterial infections and many people died because there was no antibiotics to treat them with. Also there were no vaccines around to prevent childhood diseases as there are today. In the 1920s if you became ill you either got well or you died, the life expectancy was very low. Another reason I would not want to live in the 1920s is because of…

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    Harlem Renaissance was a culture shock during the 1920s caused by the black families moving to the north,located in Harlem, and the issues between them and white families that began to arise. Next, is women’s suffrage this is women’s right to vote. Lastly, prohibition during the 1920s was alcohol could not be sold or drank during that period of time. An explosion of changes arose in the 1920s causing the life of an average person to change. In the 1920s, social changes like the Harlem…

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    Jesse Riordan Mrs. Murphy US History II Period 8 October 25, 2014 Rising Tension During the 1920’s in America The inability to agree to disagree has always been a factor of incoherence in the United States. Arguably the most developmental decade in the history of this country, the 1920’s brought about new social and political change never seen before, and people were not equipped to handle it. Every aspect of life was being to change. Automobiles were becoming commercially available, allowing…

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