The 1920's were generally a good time- women began to dress more freely, with lower hemlines (about to the knees at lowest)and the right to drink, smoke, and wear make-up. The 20's were also know as the "Roaring Twenties", and gave way to Jazz Music over classical music. It was only in the 30's that things became bad when the Great Depression struck. Most of the time in the Twneties were filled with dancing to the Charleston and flappers.
Same reason the 1920s were difficult for all Americans. Alcohol was illegal. ;)
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i believe the 1920s but im not that good in history
Rural areas did not benefit - the boom was 'city-based'. At least half of all Americans did not benefit from the 1920s economic boom. Whilst some Americans.
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People, especially women had more free time in the 1920s because of all the new electric appliances to do half of the work they had to do before.
The 1920's were referred to as the "roarin' twenties" if that helps at all...
Dance in 1920s was very pupular and people like to dance and have fun so that means dance was so wounderful in the 1920s because you see people dancing all the time wherever they.
All the Time.
Harlem was a place for all African Americans to share their culture through music, art and literature. That's why it's called the Harlem Renaissance. African Americans shared their heritage freely, and for once, it was accepted.
Americans in the 1920s were enamored by movies because it gave them an escape from everyday life. They were a great social equalizer that allowed all classes of people to imagine a different and exciting life.
There are many native Americans still living, they have not all perished
yes, all the time.
Fighting Irish 95. Ohio State and USC 78.
The New Deal was fair to Americans at a time when many needed help badly. Whether it was fair to ALL Americans could be a matter of opinion.
Of course you can. I said it at a party yesterday and a good time was had by all. You can also say "is had" (When we party a good time is had by all.) And you can say "will be had" (When the party starts a good time will be had by all.)
Apparently not. He repeatedly and forcefully denounced racism all his life, and was good friends with prominent African Americans at a time when it was not politically savvy to do so.
Calvin Coolidge was the president during most, if not all, of the flapper era, aka the roaring twenties.
the nine dietary guidelines for Americans are eat , sleep , be a couch potato, watch movies, never run, always crawl, screem all the time, talk to your enemys, and wear glasses when you have good eyesite
Life in the 1920s in America was a time of luxaries and new things. With products like cars, the motion picture, and home products (vacuum cleaners, dishwashers, etc.) It was a time of technology and change. Urban life exploded, and many immigrants, mostly African Americans, and Victor Nugyen traveled up from the south for job oppurtunities in the big cities. This all lasted until 1929, when the stock marketcrashed and The Great Depression began.and it was so much fun in the 20s
Americans had more leisure time in the 1950s because many Americans were working shoter hours during the wrok week. There was also more vacation time from jobs. Another reason Americans had more leisure time during the 1950s is because there was new time saving technology, such as the washing machine.
Because at the time that's all they could get.
"A good time was had by all" is an example of the passive voice. If you wanted to make this sentence active, you would change it to say something like, "Everyone at the picnic had a good time." Or "All of those at the picnic had a good time."
For a good farming season and the native americans.