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  • Lifestyles were glamorous and extravagant; Hollywood was celebrated. Modern women called “flappers” wore sleeveless, short dresses and short bobbed haircuts.
  • Prohibition: legal prevention of the manufacture, sale, and transportation of alcoholic beverages in the United States from 1920 to 1933 under the terms of the Eighteenth Amendment. With the rise of illegal liquor came: Graft, Extortion, Protection, Rackets, and Prostitution.
  • illegal liquor traffic is what led to the wealth of gangsters. Prohibiting alcohol made for a black market (wealthy still drank, of course. Prohibition became the basis for organized crime. President Harding did little to interfere with the gangster activities. This allowed gangsters room to make their fortunes.
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  • Became one of the “primary spokesmen” for the Jazz Age. People of the time felt he truly understood and spoke to their generation. Considered one of America’s greatest writers, to this day. 
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
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