The roaring twenties

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The roaring twenties

The twenties womenAfter the tumult of World War I, Women were becoming more independent and achieving greater freedoms (the right to vote, greater employment, and the freedom of the auto

The FlapperA Flapper was an emancipated young woman who embraced the new fashions and urban attitudes.

The Roaring Twenties

An era of properity:Women's StatuesConsumer EconomyDeveloping Culture

Silent Movies-Charlie Chaplin“Talkies”-The Jazz SingerStarring Al JolsonMary Pickford-“America’s Sweetheart”


Darling’s cartoon masterfully captures the idea held during the culmination of the suffrage movement that women would vote as one bloc in electoral politics, and may fundamentally alter the balance between the major parties.

Culture of the Roaring 20’s

People from coast to coast bought the same goods

Consumer Economy


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