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  • Dressing In Fashion
  • Prohibition 
  • Gangster crime 
  • In compliance with the 18% Amendment No Intoxicating liquor allowed on the premises
  • During the 1920's the "flapper style" was important. Flappers were young women that did unladylike thing such as drinking, smoking, and dancing. One of the most pronounced features of the Jazz Age was women fashion.  
  • Music of the Jazz Age
  • Made the purchase and consumption of alcohol illegal. This gave rise to the gangster era. This made a little difference to the wealthy.
  • F.Scott Fitzgerald
  • The American Mafia, an Italian-American organized-crime network with operations in cities across the United States, particularly New York and Chicago, rose to power through its success in the illicit liquor trade during the 1920's Prohibition era.Illegal liquor traffic is what led to the wealth of the gangsters. Other things they did that came with illegal liquor was Graft, Extortion, Protection, Rackets, and Prostitution. 
  • Lifestyle
  • The Jazz age was a period in the 1920's  and 1930's in which Jazz music and dance styles rapidly gained nationwide popularity in the Untied States. Jazz music also exacerbated the racial tension in the post war period. The rise of jazz coincided with the rise of radio broadcast and recording technology, which spawned the popular “potter palm” shows that included big-band jazz performances.
  • Fitzgerald was the primary spokesmen for the Jazz Age . He really stood out to people because they felt he truly understood and spoke to their generation.  He is considered one of America's greatest writers today.  F. Scott best writing was considered his best work. He never saw success in his life time.
  • During the Harlem Renaissance, African American painters, writers, sculptors, musicians and poets looked inward to their culture as a source of inspiration for their work. The Harlem Renaissance was considered to be the rebirth of African American arts.
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