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Consumer Revolution of the 1920s

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Amber McIntyre

on 28 November 2012

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Images from Shutterstock.com of the 1920s Consumer Revolution Why is this even important? Had the Consumer Revolution of the 1920s never occurred, our lives as Americans would differ drastically. We would be paying higher prices for our goods and we might not have the same luxuries as today. What is it? Period 2 Amber McIntyre A marked increase in the consumption of various goods and products by individuals of people from different backgrounds. Henry Ford's Model T: Made the car affordable for everyday Americans Provided enough cars for every one in 5 people. Created a need for filling stations and for more hotels. The 1920s were a time of mass production. Assembly lines were often used to create products quickly and at a low cost. During the 1920s, your goal was to sell your product. Tobacco was one of the most common of these products sold.
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