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Guerrero 1 Britney Guerrero Mr. Richards US History/Block 3 12 March 2018 Changes in the 1920’s If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”-Milton Berle. Throughout World War I, there were severe conflicts with the way Americans lived. Many people would migrate to the northern parts of the United States. Prosperity and hardship during that decade was a big cause for some people because more people lived in cities than in farms and the economic growth increased in some countries. Even though the older generation didn’t like this change, it was a huge impact for some people living there. The United States transformed rapidly during the “Roaring Twenties” and American life during this time experienced a change in social, economic, and pop culture. With the new efficient inventions, people were able to travel to different parts of the world like Amelia Earhart. To illustrate, many people were not wealthy enough to get out of their country but wealthy people had more advantage,” While travel by the state’s railroads and highways increased, citizens across North Carolina also attended exciting barnstorming shows at local airfields. These shows featured wing-walking, daredevils jumping out of airplanes with parachutes, and the opportunity for airplane rides for five dollars a person”(Robert). People were delighted with the exciting events that the United States had. It made an impact on the people from different countries to travel and have an opportunity to change their lives. In addition,
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