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  • Fashion
  • Prohibition
  • NO ALCOHOL
  • Organized Crimes
  • Women began to feel empowered after the 19th Amendment was passed. Women began to become flirty and outgoing. They started behaving out of the norm such as smoking and drinking in public and dancing. 
  • Music
  • During the Jazz Age, Women began to protest against men drinking alcohol. Prohibition is legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcohol in the United States. 
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Illegal liquor traffic led to organized crimes. People apart of the organized crimes controlled secret bars known as speakeasies and private distribution systems known as bootlegging.
  • Lifestyle
  • Jazz music became one of Americans favorite music in the 1900s. Men and women listened to it during the Great Depression. It was an upbeat style of music meant to make people feel happier. 
  • Fitzgerald was one of the "primary spokesmen" during the jazz age. People believed that he truly felt and understood them. He was considered one of America's greatest writers. 
  • The jazz era was the time of entertainment such as music, art, literature and movies. Many women became free spirited and men worked more. 
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