MAIN THESISBecause of World War I and the subsequentchanges in home life, the youth of America,and especially the women, changed inevitablywith no ideas of the past. They disregarded thestuffy Victorian past through drinking alcohol,sex, fashion, and impure activities.
SUB THESISThe wild youth culture during the 1920s was aninevitable revolution that changed the roles ofwomen because of foreign and Americaninfluences on alcohol, automobiles, sex, andthe media to the dismay of the oldergeneration.
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