• NathalyN
Using the issues discussed in this lesson, can you compare life in the 1920s to life today? Are the same things happening today as those that occurred during the 1920s? Is history repeating itself? Explain your answer.
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  • paki
What's the discussed issue in lesson...?
  • NathalyN
does this sense witrh the questions its from the lesson Each new technology created the need for other industries. For instance, gas stations and repair stations were in demand following an increase in fuel production. Easier and faster transportation meant that people could travel farther for work and relaxation. The new technologies created an economic shift as well. Because industries were primarily located in cities, more and more people were moving away from the rural areas into urban areas for jobs. The new technologies also created an improvement in the economy because there were new jobs in so many new industries.
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