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The Twenties: a decade of friction and conflict between the values of rural and urban America
It is accurate that the Twenties was a decade of friction and conflict between the values of urban and rural America. Traditional, rural Americans were conservative, and as a result feared change advocated by the new urban Americans who brought forth new attitudes and ideas. Both clashed on the lines of immigration, politics, religion, and women's rights.
In an analysis of the 1920s, William, E. Leuchtenburg wrote the Perils of Prosperity and in it stated that there were different two Americas at that time, rural and urban America. Rural America wanting to preserve their old US began to…
- Civil War, the ulmination of four decades of intense sectional conflict of social and political difference between the North and the South
- The Twenties: a decade of friction and conflict between the values of rural and urban America
- US Civil War, 40 years of intense conflict between the north and the south
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