The city was the place to be in the 1920s, the roaring age they called it, everyone had unexplainable wealth,
The birth of Jazz is what created the Jazz era (obvi) and in this era African American AND White American could dance to the same music and be equal,
But prohibition started in 1920. People weren't happy so they acted out as would anyone if they'd been deprived of something they wanted, but this lead to the rise of
F. Scott Fitzgerald
Organized crime, when prohibition was passed the people made it their business to supply others with illegal liquor and made a profit out of it.
The 20s is where the woman created the flapper. and men stayed in their formal suits but the most important piece of clothing is the flappers' outfit because of the standards that the woman had to follow for clothing in the 1800s. No woman dared to show an ankle, the 20s would change that for women across time.
F. Scott Fitzgerald was a famous writer of the 20s and he made a lot of money but he was a drinker and his wife wasn't any better. they were poison to each other, both partied, both drank, and neither were loyal. They loved each other but hated the way they were to each other.