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Key ID:1.The ‘New Woman”- during the 1920s, the term “new woman” was said to embody the fight against the standards for gender roles applied two women. This term symbolizes the change that women presented after World war two and the women suffrage movement. This needs to be included into the test due to the important of how women have fault to break out of gender stereotypes and standards forced on them. UTA History Department,Video Roaring 20’s in Unit 3, Lesson 1American Yawp,Chapter 22 Section 52.Industrial Revolution- during the roaring 20s, there was another industrial revolution that allowed electricity tobe more developed and assist in abundant of production for the world. During the 2nd wave of the industrial revolution produced the automobile industry which assisted in easier and individual travel, which then assisted in the growth of businesses like gas stations. The economic growth throughout the 2nd wave of the industrial revolution grew exponentially. This should be included into the test due to the importance of increasing businesses and production that the American people created. UTA History Department,Video –Roaring 20’s in Unit 3, Lesson 1American Yawp,Chapter 22 Section 3 & 43.The “New Negro”- between the 1920s - 30s the term “new negro” derived from the Harlem Renaissance.