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  • Fashion of the Jazz Age
  • Prohibition 
  • Organized Crime 
  • In early 1920s Depending on the budget for a woman; the wool velour and fur would be he general look for coats and outwear. The dresses came in all different shapes and colors. Silky short dresses were usually in style. While woman fashion was rapidly changing men relativity stayed the same. Suits Fedora and dress shoes.
  • Music 
  • Made it illegal to purchase alcohol. Considered a moral triumph to the middle class. Made little difference to the wealthy. Was still easy to obtain,  started the gansta era 
  • F. Scott Fitzgerald
  • Prohibition created the to most dangerous mafias we know up to date, the Italian and American mafia. popular in new york and Chicago, they came up off of liquor trading. After Prohibition, the Mafia moved into other criminal ventures, from drug trafficking to illegal gambling.The mafia’s violent crimes, secret rituals and people such as Al Capone and John Gotti have fascinated the public and become a part of popular culture. During the latter part of the 20th century, the government used anti-racketeering laws to convict high-ranking mobsters and weaken the Mafia. Its still in effect today.
  • Lifestyle
  • Young woman who wore shirts skirts, and hair were called flappers. The Jazz age marked the begging of modern day music. New technology help create the way music was made and distributed.  
  • Became the primary spokesman for the Jazz Age. people felt he truly understood the generation. Sent to prep school in NJ and then went to princeton university, Served in the army 1917-1919 but never overseas
  • The roaring 20s goes back to the Western Culture were there was a lot of social and political change. More people lived in cities instead of farms. The wealth of the nation was doubled from 1920 to 1929. People from coast to coast brought the same goods, Listen to the same music and even did the same dances even used the same slang.
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