Poverty in the 1920s

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Poverty in the 1920s .....

  • In the urban areas prices were kept high and the wages low, this stopped competition for workers and customers .
  • Many african americans moved from the south to the north to work in war industries. They were often restricted by poverty and prejudice.
  • Some people moved to the cities due to rural…

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