Compare & Contrast I, I, I by Hayden Carruth

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•  1920s: Society in small towns in the United States is to some extent gender-segregated, in that there are places where women do not generally venture. These include public bars, pool rooms, and barbershops.

•  Today: Gender segregation has largely disappeared. Both women and men frequent bars and pool rooms, and men’s barbershops have in many cases been replaced by dual-gender hair salons.

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•  1920s: Ideas prevalent in existentialist and Eastern philosophies are known in some circles of the intelligentsia and academe, but they are not known or discussed in society in general, particularly, perhaps, in small towns in the United States.

•  Today: Elements of existentialist and Eastern thought are widely disseminated throughout society, for example, through films, popular books, television, and magazines. Eastern religions are taught in religious education classes in schools and colleges. The...

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