Suffragettes won women the right to vote in the United States. Babe Ruth was the biggest name in sports. The "Lost Generation" created music and literature that would speak to everyone. Prohibition created gangsters and mob bosses. And silent films gave way to talking ones. The 1920s was a decade full of idealization, prosperity, and creativity, leading a generation of Americans out of war and into a golden age.
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