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A Guide to the Roaring Twenties The 1920s were a time of great change for America and Western Europe. During the Roaring 20s, America saw jazz music flourish, women coming into their own, and the stock market crashing. It also saw huge industrial growth and a break from the traditions that dominated the country before
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United States History HomeChronological Eras Chronological ErasEarly AmericaInformation TablesMapsHistory QuizzesGlossaryBlog HomeChronological Eras Chronological ErasEarly AmericaInformation TablesMapsHistory QuizzesGlossaryBlog Roaring Twenties The 1920s era went by such names as the Jazz Age, the Age of I
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The Roaring Twenties is a term for society and culture in the in the Western world. It was a period of sustained economic prosperity with a distinctive cultural edge in the United States, Canada and Western Europe, particularly in major cities such as New York, Montreal, Chicago, Detroit, Paris, Berlin, London and Los
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