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A Clash of Cultures 1920-1929Consumption:Consumer CultureExpanding middle class Spending IncreasesLess regulation for big monopolies Social backlash after WW1The Jazz AgeThe Roaring 20’sRebellious young adults Speakeasy - illegal bars - lit parties - bribery New WomanFeminism and “flappers” Post-WW1 women wore short dresses Would go to bars - alcohol was still illegal - 18th amendment Smoke cigsDrive cars Became more ballsy The “New Negro” Movement Harlem Renaissance Marcus Garvey - taught to overlook issues with slavery and segregation and be proud of the black heritage NAACP The Modernist Revolt “The Lost Generation”Gertrude Stein - Author Youth were dying too young Alcohol was not good and would kill the youth Reaction in the TwentiesRed scare to Nativism Immigration ActsReduce and Restrict immigrants from coming to the U.S due to fear Anarchist
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