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Chapter 13

The Roaring Lives of the 20's

Bootleggers Illegal business of transporting alcoholic beverages.
Double Standard A rule or principle that is unfairly applied in different ways to different people.
Harlem Renaissance Cultural, social, and artistic explosion that took place in New York.
Speakeasy Illicit establishment that sells alcohol.
Which famous author coined the term "The Jazz Age?" Fitzgerald
In his book 'The Sun Also Rises', this author introduced a simplified style of writing called ___________. Yellow Journalism
What position did the Women's Christian Temperance Union take regarding prohibition? They ran a publishing house and they were also active in schools.
The movement of African Americans from the South to Northern Cities was referred to as? The Great Migration
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