In 1920, immediately after women won the right to vote and Prohibition laws were enacted banning the sale and transportation of alcohol, cities around the world broke free of Victorian morals and the pessimism that accompanied World War 1. The world kicked up its heels and partied with gangsters. The focal point for this unbridled, ruckus craziness was the dozens […]
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