The Roaring Twenties was an economic boom period that had a positive effect on the daily lives of many. New technologies such as the automobile, airplanes, radios, and new appliances improved peoples' lives.
However, some such as sharecroppers, farmers, and underpaid factory workers were not able to enjoy this rising standard of living.
Definition- breaking a law by selling illegal alcohol
Effect 1. People could get drunk or even killed from wood alcohol
Effect 2. Bootleggers
Effect 3. Speakeasies
Jazz is two types of music combined. Jazz is very catchy, and the instrument's you can find in a jazz band is the base, saxophone exc...., and even sometimes a guitar.
The ninteenth amendment
This amendment gave all the women the right to vote. This amendment was made during the Great War.
Harlem is in New York City. The Harlem Renaissance is a scene of laughter, singing, dancing.... Writers gathered there; many came from far, and showed it in many different ways and languages.
They used writing, music, and painting to share their ideas and feelings about life.
Guglielmo Marconi invented the first radio
Mass Media helped businesses by letting their companies have a full 15 minutes of airtime to advertise their products, at this time commercials were born.
Mass Media are public forms of communication that reach large audiences. As families gathered around their radios to listen to their favorite shows, they joined millions of other Americans doing the same thing. People throughout the country started buying the same products that were advertised on the radio. Songs instantly became popular across the entire nation. Through the power of mass media, a common American culture began to take shape.