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The impact of the New Era on women and minorities?

Discuss the impact the New Era had on women and minorities?

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Many American historians agree that the American New Era was between 1920 and 1929 (Great Crash of October 1929). During this time period, Harding and Coolidge were the presidents. In addition, this was an era of consumerism. Between 1919 and 1929, the gross national product-the total value of all goods and services produced in the U.S.-swelled by 40 percent. People had more purchasing power and spent more than they ever had before. Consumerism in the New Era signified not ...

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This solution analyzes thee impact the New Era had on women and minorities. The Great Migration of African Americans and women's right to vote are specifically used as examples.