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04.03 Cultural Changes in the 1920s

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Emily Pekarovich

on 21 October 2012

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Katy Pekarovich Prohibition Prohibiting alcohol making one amendment to enact it and another to one repeal it. The attempts to decrease alcohol had created more and new types of crimes. African American musicians, writers, and painters flourished, in which changing american culture. New Roles for Women Women now went to college and went into teaching, nursing, and social work. Also some had went into law and medicine. While others were rebellious and cut their hair short and wore shorts dresses and make up these women we called flapers. Fundamentalism Religious viewpoints based on the belief that biblical events happened exactly as they were told. Jazz Age The new type of music style was known as jazz, both black and white had spent hours dancing to these new tunes that were made. 4.03 Cultural Change Harlem Renaissance Prohibition New Roles for Women Jazz Age Fundamentalism Harlem Renaissance
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