Men and women wore more casual clothes in the '20s. some women, known as flappers, wore short dresses to there knees. They did things considered"un-ladylike" for example they drank alcohol, smoked, danced amongst other things. Men wore more loose clothing and bright colors.
f. Scott Fitzgerald
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organized crime aka gangsters and mobsters. where pretty much started when the US banned alcohol and liquors. They would distribute alcohol for a price. They would "protect" people for money. The leaders of these gangs would force people to give them money or they would have the boys kill them and take the money.
During the jazz age, they obviously listened to jazz. New ideas for dances and music came to be. Also, music from the jazz age still inspires people to day.
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f. Scott Fitzgerald was considered one of America’s greatest writers. Wrote the great Gatsby. had a wife that had at least one mental illness.
Prohibition did not stop rich people. They could easily get beer amongst other things. they lived it up every night before and during the prohibition. They would show lots of irony at there parties.
Prohibition was when the US government decided that to get rid of all the drunk people. The way they were to do that was to was to ban alcohol. Which in turn created the early gangsters.