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In the 1920s, there was a boom in?
consumerism.
religion.
world travel

I believe it is world travel???

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    I doubt it. Planes were just beginning to be used and they sure didn't cross the ocean.

    After WWI, the U.S. had a booming economy. It boomed so much that the stock market crash brought it major depression in 1929.

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