Essay heading: Flappers in the Roaring Twenties
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January 9, 2007
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They took risks and were reckless. they wanted to be different, to announce that their different from the Gibson Girl. So they smoked. Something only men had done previously. Smoking wasn't the most outrageous of the flapper's rebellious actions. Flappers drank alcohol. At a time when the US had outlawed alcohol with the 18th amendment...
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Flappers drank alcohol. At a time when the US had outlawed alcohol with the 18th amendment. Flappers had a scandalous image as the "giddy flapper, rouged and clipped, careening in a drunken stupor to the lewd strains of a jazz quartet."
The 1920s was the Jazz Age and one of the most popular past-times for flappers was dancing...
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