Roaring 20s Willow Hardester

Roaring 20s Willow Hardester
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Gangsters, Prohibition, and Flappers

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  • In the 1920s, gangsters ran rampant through the city streets. Because alcohol was outlawed, gangsters would become bootleggers and run speakeasies, illegally manufacturing and selling alcohol as well as killing those who stood in their way.
  • Give us your money and your alcohol!
  • Oh my!
  • Prohibition was a movement that deemed the making, selling, and consumption of alcohol illegal. Because of this, people would flock to bootleggers and speakeasies to drink while still flying under the law's radar.
  • Flappers were rebellious and adventurous women who went against common gender roles. They attended lavish parties and wore shorter skirts and flashier dresses. Older generations frowned upon them, but they did not care the slightest bit.
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