The Roaring 20s
U.S History Research Paper
The Roaring 20's was era in which America call it many name such as the “The Jazz Age”, “Harlem Renaissance”, “The Age of Intolerance”, “The Age of Wonderful Nonsense” and many more titles. It a time where America has dramatic social and political changes for its citizens. Where America and its peoples was rumbustious and carefree from the possibilities changes. But, however, even if it creates new changes for America, not all of it was good.
A example of the negative changes during this time is the Red Scare during the roaring twenties was one when it refers to the fear of Communism in the U.S. just before ...view middle of the document...
However, the organization dissolve in the late 1940's though is 20 years prior to the Roaring 20s.
There are major clashes of culture and impacts on the society greatly during the 1920's. The Great Migration of African Americans from the south countryside to north cities have increase visibility of black culture. It become Harlem Renaissance in which a literary movement that involves jazz and blues music which become one of the most important part of the Roaring 20's . Also because this movement, it became a displeasure peeve to some white Americans. It become reason why the Ku Klux Klan grows rapidly because to them, the Klan represented a return of the great “values” in what ideals to them against those of the Roaring 20s were overlooking.
One of the most major changes during the Roaring 20s was Prohibition. When it started by the 18th amendment that was ratified in 1919, which state to banned all intoxicating alcohol and liquors. On January 16th 1920, all taverns, bars and saloons across the United States has been closed and shutdown with all liquor pour out to be wasted. However despite this setback, the selling of alcohol by bars has be move underground, secretly hiding the bars and illegally providing liquors. This illegal bars was run by crime figures, bootleggers and racketeers even the notorious gangster Al Capone.
Also one most influential change during the Roaring 20s was perhaps the reason in which is called “The Jazz Age.” and that is the rumbustious people. The young people during the age was very outgoing that starts to give in to luxury and parties more frequently. They become more active and rowdy with creating many influences. They created dances like the Charleston, the cake walk, the black bottom, the flea hop. Jazz bands created upbeat music that many young people listen to and become poplar. Some older people objected to jazz music’s “vulgarity” and “depravity”...