Section 3

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AUTOMOBILE
 EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND
 HELPED THE ECONOMY TO BOOM
 SPURRED THE BUILDING OF PAVED ROADS, SERVICE
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STATIONS, GARAGES
CHANGED ARCHITECTURAL STYLES; GAVE PEOPLE
GREATER FREEDOM TO TRAVEL
REDUCED THE ISOLATION OF FARM LIFE
LED TO URBAN SPRAWL
GAVE AMERICANS A NEW STATUS SYMBOL
 COMPANY OR PRODUCT
 MODEL T FORD
AIRPLANE INDUSTRY
 EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND
 ESTABLISHED A NEW MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION FOR
PEOPLE AND GOODS
 GAVE PEOPLE GREATER FREEDOM TO TRAVEL
 COMPANY OR PRODUCT
 LOCKHEED COMPANY
ALTERNATING ELECTRICAL CURRENT
 EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND
 MADE IT POSSIBLE TO DISTRIBUTE ELECTRIC POWER
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OVER GREATER AREAS
LED TO ELECTRIFICATION OF HOMES AND
WIDESPREAD USE OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES
MADE HOUSEWIVES’ WORK EASIER, FREEING THEM
FOR OTHER ACTIVITIES
LED TO MORE UNIFORM, CONFORMIST LIFESTYLES
HELPED THE ECONOMY TO BOOM
 COMPANY OR PRODUCT
 ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR
MODERN ADVERTISING
 EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND
 CREATED GREATER DEMAND FOR CONSUMER GOODS
 INCREASED SALES AND PROFITS
 TURNED LUXARY ITEMS INTO NECESSITIES
 HELPED THE ECONOMY TO BOOM
 COMPANY OR PRODUCT
 LISTERINE
INSTALLMENT PLAN
 EFFECTS OF THE INVENTION OR TREND
 HELPED THE ECONOMY TO BOOM
 HELPED TO CREATE A FALSE SENSE OF PROSPERITY
 ALLOWED TO PEOPLE TO BUY GOODS OVER AN
EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME WITHOUT HAVING TO
PUT UP MUCH MONEY AT THE TIME OF PURCHASE
 COMPANY OR PRODUCT
 AUTOMOBILES
WHY SHOULD AMERICANS IN THE 1920s HAVE
SHOWN GREATER CONCERN FOR THE FUTURE? NOTE
3 THINGS THAT WERE, OR MIGHT HAVE BEEN, SEEN
AS “CLOUDS IN THE BLUE SKIES OF PROSPERITY”
 A GROWING INCOME GAP BETWEEN WORKERS
AND MANAGERS
 LACK OF TRUE PROSPERITY IN THE IRON AND
RAILROAD INDUSTRIES
 LOSSES SUFFERED BY FARMERS AND MINING
COMPANIES
 THE POSSIBILITY THAT INSTALLMENT BUYING
WAS GETTING OUT OF HAND AND THAT IT
REPRESENTED A SUPERFICIAL PROSPERITY
URBAN SPRAWL
 THE SPREADING OUT OF THE CITIES IN ALL
DIRECTIONS

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