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The Roaring Twenties
Roaring TwentiesAfter the carnage and disruption of the "War to End all Wars" (World War I), Europe and the United States went through a cultural revolution called The Roaring Twenties. The public rebelled over the tight control  of the Victorian Era. Women in particular began to demand their rights. Blacks started to develope their culture. Generally society changed as to drinking, smoking, social taboos, morals, economics, social structure and ways of looking at our society.
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Woman's Rights Great Depression Slang
Women's Rights Great Depression Jazz Age Slang
Online Books

Eye Witness to History The Roaring Twenties

 by Thomas Streissguth

Bright Young Things: A Modern Guide to the Roaring Twenties

by Alison Maloney

The Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression 1920-1940

edited by Saddleback Educational Publishing
Online Resources Roaring 20s & Great Depression Prohibition
Wikipedia The Roaring 20s Wikipedia Prohibition
About.com Roaring Twenties 1920 Prohibition
PBS Jazz in Time A Guide to the Roaring 20s History.com
PBS Prohibition Ken Burns History Channel About.com Food
The 1920s Ohio State University PBS Film by Ken Burns
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