The Roaring Twenties

The Roaring twenties was an economic growth boom period that had a positive effect on the daily lives of many(but not all Americans). New technologies such as the automobile ,airplanes,radios,and new appliances improved people's lives . However ,some such as sharecroppers, farmers, and under paid factory workers were not able to enjoy this rising standard of living.

Prohibition

The action of forbidding something ,especially by law

3 effects of prohibition

1. Bootleggers were people who made illegal alcohol.


2. Speakeasy was anarchy that sold illegal alcohol.


3. Some people made wood alcohol that was illegal.

Jazz

No music was more popular than JAZZ in the 1920s.It was influenced by African American musical traditions.
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19th Amendment

The 19th Amendment was passed in 1920 giving all women the right to vote. It was a result of the contributions women made during the Great War.
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Harlem Renaissance

The period when these works were created is known as the Harlem Renaissance. A renaissance is a time of great achievements in art and learning. Where Harlem came from is were most of the African Americans moved to Harlem,New York, a neighborhood in New York City.
1. African Americans wanted to share their feelings and ideas about their life in the Harlem Renaissance


2. Some people used their work for an end to discrimination, or unfair treatments.


3. Some people like Zora Neale Hurston wrote about experiences of African American women.

Who invented the first radio?

Guglielmo Marconi invented the first radio.
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How mass media helped buisinesses.

Radio joined newspapers and it helped form the mass media. Mass Media are public forms of communication that reach large audiences.
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Radio

The radio helped create a common culture and here are some ways it did. It was having commercials for soap operas and other things such as sports, comedy, etc. People started to buy the things that were advertising on the radio. They also started to like baseball and sports more. This is how the Radio helped create a common culture.