The USA 1919 - Industry, consumerism and social change

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What impact did the war have on the demand for American goods?
increased demand
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What was the key to America's economic boom in the 1920s?
Technological progress and increased demand.
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Which group of women were better off in the 1920s?
middle-class women
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The most important industry in the 1920s was...
automobiles (cars)
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The main type of car produced by Ford in the 1920s was...
The Model T
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The city at the centre of the automobile industry was...
Detroit
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Ford's main idea to speed up production was...
the assembly line
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Many Americans bought items through...
hire purchase
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