Dbq Essay On The 1920s

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The 1920’s was an eventful decade. Though with all the events, the two ways of living, Conservative and Liberal, clashed often. This rise in tension is credited to the spread of the radio, the 19th Amendment, and the Great War. The radio began to become more and more of a household necessity in the 1920’s decade. The radio is attributed to the rise in popularity of sports games, news broadcasts, culture, religion, advertisement, and again, tension between lifestyles. The radio’s ability to spread ideas far and wide was both an accomplishment towards the technological field, and a drawback between societal classes. In Document A, Sinclair Lewis uses his novel Babbit to criticise the world's inability to process any though themselves, and

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