Why did some industries prosper want some did not - effects of the boom in car production

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What industries in the USA in the 1920s were doing well
Car ownership, electrical consumer products industry, and chemical industry
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What industries in the USA in the 1920s were not doing well
Farming, coal industry and textile industry
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What new jobs were there that linked to motoring
Motels, restaurants, hotdog stands, constructing roads
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How had ownership change peoples working and social lives
More jobs, they can get to places easier, people could go to drive-in movies, women’s independence and growth of suburbs
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What were some bad effects of having a car
Assembly line made workers into underscored slave, doing boring and unrewarding work. Rise in crime. House of prostitution wheels
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What industries in the USA in the 1920s were not doing well

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Farming, coal industry and textile industry

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What new jobs were there that linked to motoring

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How had ownership change peoples working and social lives

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What were some bad effects of having a car

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