1920s America

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  • 1920's America (prosperity)
    • ECONOMIC BOOM
      • Mass Production (Ford- Assembly line)
        • Other industries benefit due to demand for cars.
          • Leather
          • Steel
          • Glass
          • Rubbber
      • Coal Reserves utilised.
      • Taxes kept low so money spent on AMERICAN products only.
    • Cultural Shift
      • Flappers
        • A changing attitude towards women
        • A new social etiquette:
      • Cinema
        • Charlie Chaplin
        • The Talkies
      • Radio
        • Potter Palm
        • Louis Armtrong
      • Dance
        • Charleston
        • Lindy Hop
        • Youth rebel
      • Crazes
        • Crosswords and Mahjong
        • Amelia Earhart
        • Sitting on a Flagpole
        • Marathon Contests
      • The Jazz Age
        • Black +White Americans contributed to the birth of Jazz.
        • Influenced the youth as they rebelled against tradition
    • The Stock Market
      • Share values of companies increased due to mass production.
        • Companies expand and hire more people.
          • Incomes increase so people  but more goods. A CYCLE is formed.
      • Buying on thee Margin.
      • Speculators
      • Laissez-faire
      • Rugged Individualism
      • Industries expanded
        • Telephones
        • Canned Fruit
        • Fabrics
        • Consumer goods
        • Construction and electricity
  • A new social etiquette:
  • Charlie Chaplin
  • The Talkies
  • Black +White Americans contributed to the birth of Jazz.
  • Cultural Shift
    • Flappers
      • A changing attitude towards women
    • Cinema
      • Radio
        • Potter Palm
        • Louis Armtrong
      • Dance
        • Charleston
        • Lindy Hop
        • Youth rebel
      • Crazes
        • Crosswords and Mahjong
        • Amelia Earhart
        • Sitting on a Flagpole
        • Marathon Contests
      • The Jazz Age
        • Influenced the youth as they rebelled against tradition
    • Other industries benefit due to demand for cars.
      • Leather
      • Steel
      • Glass
      • Rubbber

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