CHAPTER 13: The Roaring Life of the 1920’s Sect 1: Changing Ways of Life Section 2: The Twenties Woman Rural and Urban Differences Young Women Change the Rules 1. What was life like in the nation’s cities during the 1920s? 1. How did the flapper embody the changing attitudes of many young women in the 20’s? 2. What were some of the causes and effects of Prohibition? 2. How was women’s freedom still limited? Science & Religion Clash Women Shed Old Roles at Home & at Work 3. What did fundamentalists believe about the biblical account of creation? 3. How did the nation’s booming economy provide greater work opportunities for women? 4. How did this differ from the view of many liberal thinkers? 4. What forms of inequality and discrimination did women face in the professional world? 5. What main issue did the Scopes trial address? 5. How did family life change during the 1920s? 6. Answer A, B, C, D, E 6. Answer A, B, C 7. What is the meaning of the cartoon? 7. Why the outfit? Why the dancing? Sect 3: Education & Popular Culture Sect 4: The Harlem Renaissance Schools and the Mass Media Shape Culture African-American Voices in the 1920s 1. How did public high schools play a role in preparing students for the future? 1. What factors prompted many African Americans to move to Northern cities? 2. How did various forms of media help to shape American culture in the 1920s? 2. What ways did African-American leaders propose to combat discrimination and violence? America Chases New Heroes and Old Dreams The Harlem Renaissance Flowers in New York 3. Which heroes and events inspired Americans during the 1920s? 3. What ideals did the Harlem Renaissance writers promote? 4. What new styles did writers, artists, and composers experiment with in the decade? 4. How did African-American performers and musicians popularize black culture? 5. How did the literature of the time express a clash of values within society? 5. Answer A, B, C, D 6. Answer A, B, C, D 7.What role did the Cotton Club play in the Harlem Renaissance? 7.Why would these be popular in the Twenties?