Popular Culture: 1920-1939

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Who were the flappers? What were “talkies?” What was the Harlem Renaissance? This book covers the effect of prohibition and the newfound freedom of women on the popular culture of the era. The effects of the Great Depression, as well as the rise of communism and fascism is also discussed in terms of their impact on popular culture.

Pages: 64

Pages: 64

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Each book in this series tells about music, print media, architecture, and fashions of the twenty-year span.

  • Lucerna Academy families: Use this book for 4 weeks in Year 4 Dialectic History class.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: This book that you’ll use for 3 weeks is one of the replacements for Modern History in Pictures and The Idiot’s Guide to the Twentieth Century.
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