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6.04 The Jazz AgePrompt:Analyze the role of cultural conflict as a force shaping U.S. society in the 1920s.1. Select ONE source to analyze.First Selected Source Title: Document 3—Call for Unity Between Black and White Laborers2. Write a one-paragraph thesis response to the prompt that uses only your background knowledge and this one chosen document.Thesis Response: During the 1920s, or the Roaring Twenties, American society was sculpted by consumer goods, like the telephone and the radio, which unified Americans by informing the American audience of ideas and debates of many different topics, such as religion or workers’ rights. However, many individuals, such as laborers or industrial workers, did not benefit from the economic prosperity caused by increased productivity during the 1920s. Culture conflicts were prevalent in this age due resurgence of the Klu Klux Klan and the division between modernism and traditional values. A sentiment that