“Perhaps the best-documented struggle of the cultural revolution was in literature,” (Freeze, pg.356). The reason literature became a struggle during 1929 was the shift from creativity to constraints that took
United States women’s suffrage was fought for and achieved in 1920 under the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution. This was a time of revolution and change in the United States, beginning the long and continuous journey of equal rights under the law, which is still continuing to be fought for today. In the 1920’s … Continue reading Who Runs the World? Not Girls.