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All social and cultural aspects of the 1920s that helped shape the period. Fannie Hurst’s article in the New York Times voiced the fact that women were truly attempting to alter the roles in society. From housewives to Flappers, feminists reached for more sexual freedom and got just that. Bishop John L...
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Bishop John L. Hurst’s “Fight” conveyed the feeling that African-Americans were always being discriminated against and that their efforts in World War I were for nothing considering they gained no rights after the war. And John Dewey’s “The Public and Its Problems” warned that the present state of prosperity would not continue...
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