1920s boom time high School Instructional Performance Task Module


As you read, think about the essential question for this lesson



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As you read, think about the essential question for this lesson: How did Prohibition, the New Woman, Mass Consumerism, and Jazz reflect the economic, political, and social ideas of the 1920s Boom Time?
How does our social history (our freedoms, our ideals, our demographics and diversity, our consumerism, etc.) affect the political and economic landscape?
Additionally, theorize why the era of the 1920s is considered to be the birth of modern culture.
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