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In the 1920s Manufacturers Encouraged Consumerism by Offering

In the 1920s Manufacturers Encouraged Consumerism by Offering Socio-economic order that encourages the purchase of goods/services in ever-greater amounts Consumerism is a social and economic order that encourages the acquisition of goods and services in ever-increasing amounts. With the Industrial Revolution, but particularly in the 20th century, mass production led …

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Which Best Describes a Cause of Consumerism in the 1920s

Which Best Describes a Cause of Consumerism in the 1920s PROSPERITY 3. Consumerism Collected commentary on modern consumer culture, 1924-1931 PDF PDF Florine Stettheimer, The Cathedrals of Fifth Avenue, oil on canvas, 1931 METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART/NHC PDF – Large image – Image with discussion PDF PDF Humorists on salesmanship …

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Which is True of Pullman Porters in the 1920s

Which is True of Pullman Porters in the 1920s In these days of near super-sonic air travel, getting around by “snail-rail” (train) is nearly all but forgotten. However, for the African-American community, rail travel is held in great regard because it  was once a way of achieving something akin to …

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