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Race Relations in 1920s America

Summary: Discusses race relations in the United States of America in the 1920's. Evaluates the treatment and living conditions of blacks and immigrants.
I think that this question could be argued either way because there are strong factors for both sides of the argument, but I would be inclined to say that it is not fair to call America the land of opportunities in the 1920's.

This is because it may have been the land of opportunities to Americans because it was their country after all, but not to any outsiders i.e. immigrants, because there was still a lot of racial tension between the north and the south states in America from the Civil War that took place between 1861 and 1865. So people who weren't seen as `true American' (especially black people who were once slaves in the southern states) were getting a lot of discrimination and unfair ways of living because of their religious beliefs or skin colour or political beliefs.

In the 1920's America as a...

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