Culture of 1920’S
Probably one of the most significant periods to the people of the United States, the 1920s
saw the emergence and rise of numerous cultural phenomena that came to have profound impacts
on the populace. With the birth of mass culture being evident and revolution of social values
such as equality being inevitable, the society had already started a remarkable journey towards
development. Nevertheless, despite the numerous cultural changes that influenced a mass
departure from the past American values, the most interesting and important one was the growth
of the mass culture; in fact, its impacts still influence the lives of Americans today.
With numerous inventions taking place and business growing after the First World War,
many people had more than enough money to spend. More so, considering that they were more
exposed particularly after exploring other areas during the war, many Americans came to
embrace new developments with education bringing a modern influence in the society further.
The birth of mass culture provided a new opening where people spent a lot in consumer goods;
reason being, they had extra money to use. In connection, more spending came along with
unique tastes of different products which as well necessitated the need for new inventions.
However, the most influential development among the many was the birth of the
automobiles economy. Still a product of increased mass spending, many people came to realize