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The New Era310 cards
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...society in which increasing numbers of men and women could afford more than simply what was needed to survive.
electric refrigerators, washing machines, and vacum cleaners.
One of the most successful books of the 1920's was "The Man Nobody Knows", by advertising executive Bruce Barton.....
...It portrayed Jesus Christ as not only a religous prophet but also a "super salesman". He believed that Jesus had been a man concerned with living a rewarding life and ppl should do the same.
...Collier's, Ladies' Home Journal, the Saturday Evening Post, Time, and Reader's Digest
100 million viewers in 1930 compared to 40 million viewers in 1922
By 1923, there were more than 500 radio stations covering virtually every area of the country; by 1929 more than....
12 million families owned radio sets.
By the 1920's women were moving up in the job community but were mostlty retricted to 'feminine' jobs like...
...Fashion, education, social work, and nursing or lower levels of buisness managment.
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