Standard Of Living In The 1920s

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The 1920s in America was described as the land of golden opportunities. It was referred to as the ‘Roaring Twenties’ because the name suggested a time of uncontrolled fun, and leading economy. In 1926 the government proclaimed that the standard of living was in what was known as a booming economy. The 1920s highlighted the era’s artistic, cultural, and social energy. During the 1920s normalcy came back to politics after the wake of overexcited emotional patriotism after WWI. During this time jazz music flourished, the flapper dress redefined the contemporary woman, and Art Deco climaxed. Economically the 1920s saw the extraordinary industrial growth, increased consumer desires and demands, and a major change in culture and lifestyle. The Medias

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