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It was a fascinating period of time and you can learn all about it here. We have attempted to cover all aspects of the s, particularly as it applies to the U. The Roaring Twenties Find out about life in the U. A and the rest of the World during the 's - a time that is often referred to as the "Roaring Twenties" - a boisterous period characterized by rapidly changing lifestyles, financial excesses, and the fast pace of technological progress.
What was it like to live in the 's?
Learn about flappers and sheiks, evolving women's fashion in both clothing, hairstyles and jewelry, silent movies, popular music including jazz, politics, religion, and the Stock Market crash of that heralded the end of the boom-times, and the following depression years.
Learn about the "hatchetations" of Carry Nation, an activist member of the Women's Christian Temperance Union in the lead-up to national prohibition.
Discover what it was like to live under Prohibition when speakeasies and organised crime flourished, learn how to dance the popular s dance the Charleston, along with how to make a genuine 's dress or create an authentic 's hairstyle.
View the rapid progress made in transportation by automobiles, trains, ocean liners, airships and aeroplanes that opened up countries and the world, enabling ordinary people to travel interstate and world-wide as never before.
All this and more can be found on So, the s were a great time to be middle-class, too. Mass Production, Mass Consumption, Mass Culture Demand for the multitude of new products that emerged in the s was pumped up by a new industry, advertising, which developed new methods of enticing buyers to desire new products through new media like the radio.
In 's, the United States has its time of cultural changes. The best answer among your choices is letter A. I hope you are satisfied with my answer and if you have more clarifications and questions, feel free to ask for more and have a good day/5(14).
Watch video · In the Roaring Twenties, a surging economy created an era of mass consumerism, as Jazz-Age flappers flouted Prohibition laws and the Harlem Renaissance redefined arts and culture.
The roaring twenties: a historical snapshop of life in the s. What was it like to live in the 's? Learn about Flappers, Fashion, Music, Politics, the Stock Market Crash.
In the average life span in the United States was about fifty-four years, whereas today it’s about seventy-seven years.
In the average time a student spent in school each year was 75 days, and today it’s about days. The Roaring Twenties refers to the decade of the s in Western society and Western culture.
It was a period of economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States and Western Europe, particularly in major cities such as Berlin,  Chicago,  London,  Los Angeles,  New York City,  Paris,  and Sydney.