Roaring twenties

By Riley Regnier

The Roaring Twenties

The roaring twenties was an economic 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 underpaid factory workers were not able to to enjoy the rising standard of living.


Prohibition is the complete ban on the sale of alcohol.

These are three effects of prohibition


Jazz music

Jazz music was a music genre that was based on syncopated rhythms, blue notes and improvisation.

19th Amendment

The 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 Renissance

Harlem Renissance

The Harlem Renissance was cultural movement in the United States that spanned in the 1920's and 1930's. Many black artist moved to Harlem, New York, to use writing, and painting to share ideas or feelings about life, and baking African American, and about ending discrimination.

Who invented the first radio?

Guglielmo Marconi invented the first radio. The radio helped Americans communicate and entertain.
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Mass media

Mass media are public forms of communication that reach large audiences. Once almost everyone had a radio business slowed. Companies began Tories money buy selling air time to other companies to advertise their products.

The radio

The radio helped improve American culture by letting Americans communicat and entertain.