The 1920s were a crazy time period in the united states, women were rebellious and fought for their own rights, and people began drinking in dark corners, the opposite of traditional values.
city life became a a major trend in the 1920s, and as traditional values were left behind traditionalists became angry at thes "city folk" and caused tension between urban and rural areas.
As people strayed from traditionalist values the more tension grew between people, but as this tension grew the more changes occured in society. The revolting and protesting from women got them the vote, and as people became more social the more activities were available to the public
Many women in the 1920s were known as flappers, they drank and danced and made women be seen in a different light some of them fought for womens rights and got women to get more rights.
Tension built up between traditionalist values in rural areas and modern values in urban cities and as people turned towards modern times the traditionalists became angry and caused people to be more likely to move away. Many of the push factors included the strict moral code that reversed when you moved to urban areas where you had more freedom and a more relaxed society.