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    1. Why did Americans consider the roaring twenties a new era?
    2. Who benefited from the New Deal during the Great Depression?

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    There were many reasons why American's considered the Roaring Twenties a new era. The roaring twenties is referred to the time period following World War I and truly embodies the start of what is now modern America. Because of a lot of new found freedom for many, people started to express themselves in a variety of ways. Citizens began to question the prohibition and the arts and entertainment culture of America became alive. America was "roaring" with new ideas and values. Jazz was the enter of the music ...

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    The roaring twenties era is investigated. Who benefited from the New Deal during the Great Depression is determined.

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