Cassey2002
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Hi, I was wondering if anyone did a question on 1920s America for their coursework? I’m interested in the subject and have some prior knowledge from GCSE but I need to find a question where there is an argument to be had. Any replies would be greatly appreciated.
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Think about significant things/events that happened in the 1920's in America, list them and see if you could create an argument based on them.

-You could look at the impact of the WW1
-you could look at black American rights
-whether there was an economic boom- what made this happen, was it one thing or a range of things
-was there growth and change in society/economy
-the roaring 20's and so on

Just look at what events were significant and stem your ideas from there
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