History, Boom in America in 1920s

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  • Created on: 31-03-11 20:14

In 1920s America gained the policy of isolationsim - being independent and not getting into the wars in Europe or any other conflicts, focusing on your own countires and its own interest.

The boom, in theory, meant:

-money for education/ investigation    - industrial progress ( trippled)

-more jobs                                          -new goods produced

-less crime/ imigrants                          - new roads bilt/ cars manufactured

-business are doing well

-the satisfactional life

-better quality of life

-change of morality

  • The quality of living was much higher than in it was in Europe after the WW1.
  • Travelling became easier.


Liam Bristow


sweet, nice information cheers!

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