Social Changes In The Great Gatsby

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The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is about the economic and social changes during the 1920s. We had new inventions like the automobile, televisions, and refrigerators. These creations created jobs in factories and helped the economy grow. Women gained new roles in society and finally won the right to vote. There was a drastic increase in women having jobs during this time. “Many women were beginning to assert themselves as socially equal to men” as stated in the Roaring Twenties article. In the course of, there was a range of social levels and it was divided between rich and poor. People of the East were established rich who are extremely self-absorbed. As stated in the book, “They were careless people, Tom and Daisy. They smashed up
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