Roaring Twenties

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Roaring Twenties

decade of exuberance (1920s). [Am. Hist.: Flexner, 309]
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55) Allusions to Parisian bohemianism would have been unlikely to win friends in British Canada, especially in sabbaterian and temperance-minded "Toronto the Good," but it was acceptable to look to the United States for examples of high society; and by the time of the 1920s boom, more liberal standards applied.
They are documentary, set in the late 1920s, the era of the Coolidge and Hoover administrations, of Prohibition and the gangster Al Capone, the 1920s Boom and the 1929 Crash, and the onset of the Depression - all seen through the eyes of two small boys 3,000 miles away on a remote Welsh hill farm.
In its 1920s boom years, the town numbered around 300 people, but by the '60s, the population had dwindled substantially.