1. which action was NOT an example of telling against society in the 1920s in the united states?
a. going to speakeasies
b. dancing the Charleston
c. women bobbing their hair
d. women working outside the home
2. what is the main reason businesses made large profits in the 1920s?
a. they paid their workers low wages
b. they changed higher prices for their goods
c.they manufactured goods more efficiently
d. they profited from the governments high tariffs
3. In the 1920s, what product did consumers spend the largest percentage of their money to purchase?
Ms. Sue is actually wrong. :/
I'll be glad to check your answers.
I don't understand what "telling against society" means.
The other two are right.
I meant to put rebelling
so number 1 would be B right?
I know I'm rather late to answer, like a year, but the answer would be D
1. I don't know.
a. Although Prohibition prevented the legal sale of alcohol, large numbers of people were against it. My mother-in-law, for instance never drank more than a glass of wine a year, yet made wine during Prohibition.
b. The Charleston was considered an immoral dance by many older people. (So what's new?<g>
c. This was the first generation of women throughout history to have very short hair.
d. Most women never worked outside the home until the 20s.