The Roaring Twenties In The 1920's

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The Roaring Twenties is a term used to describe the Western world in the 1920s, a period marked by sustained economic growth with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. It was characterized by:
The Roaring Twenties was marked by increased by the economic growth due to the consumer spending. After the Tariff of 1921, there was a reduction of taxes and debt. The Tariff of 1921 increased rates on agricultural products brought into the United States from foreign nations
The middle class was able to afford the services of automobile, movie, radio, and the chemical industries to shoot up during this time. The automobile industry hit its peak since production of vehicles had established.
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