1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance

1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
1920s-Prohibition/Changing Role of Women/Harlem Renaissance
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Keywords, Places, People: Roots of Prohibition, 18th Amendment, Volstead Act, Problems of Enforcement, Propaganda, Saloon League, Carry Nation, Anti-Temperance Movement, Billy Sunday, Al Capone, Scarface, Suffrage Movement, 19th Amendment, The Modern Woman, New Opportunities For Women, Flappers, African American Culture, Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Augusta Savage, Countee Cullen, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Big Band, Jazz Age, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemmingway, Gertrude Stein
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