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!!> Reading ➼ Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940 ➵ Author David E. Kyvig – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940 The Twenties And Thirties Witnessed Dramatic Changes In American Life Increasing Urbanization, Technological Innovation, Cultural Upheaval, And Economic Disaster In This Fascinating Book, The Prize Winning Historian David E Kyvig Describes Everyday Life In These Decades, When Automobiles And Home Electricity Became Commonplace, When Radio And The Movies Became Broadly Popular The Details Of Work Life, Domestic Life, And Leisure Activities Make Engrossing Reading And Bring The Era Clearly Into Focus.

!!> Reading ➼ Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940  ➵ Author David E. Kyvig – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 330 pages
  • Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940
  • David E. Kyvig
  • English
  • 27 July 2018
  • 1566635845

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➼ Daily Life in the United States, 1920-1940 ➵ Author David E. Kyvig – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    Solid 4 Stars What I Liked 1 Focused on technology Spoke of how technology made people feelconnected, and made themprosperous Cars, trucks, tractors, improved industrialization, electricity, radios Those who did not have these advantages like isolated farmers in the South, particularly black farmers, found themselvesimpovished andisolated We still use all these technology, just improved with electronics.2 Spoke on being connected Today we use many images and colo Solid 4 Stars What I Liked 1 Focused on technology Spoke of how technology made people feelconnected, and made themprosperous Cars, trucks, tractors, improved industrialization, electricity, radios Those who did not have these advantages like isolated farmers in the South, particularly black farmers, found themselvesimpovished andisolated We still use all these technology, just improved with electronics.2 Spoke on being connected Today we use many images and colors Those in the 1920s and 1930s benefited from free rural postal service, catalog services, and multiple newspaper and magazine subscriptions, movies We still use the electronic, imagery filled, sound added versions of these ways of being connected free email, vendor s websites, e subscriptions YouTube Channels to favorite movie streaming servic...


  2. says:

    In this book David Kyvig says that the way we live our daily lives changes gradually We are not aware of the changes happening, until we look back from a distance, and say, whoa, that s different The period of 1920 to 1940 was one in which major changes happened Electricity in houses changed the way people cooked, and cleaned, and passed their time Radio broadened people s horizons Cinema broadened them evenAutomobiles, industrialization, the move to the cities, immigrat...


  3. says:

    This is a very good introduction to the social history of the Stats between the two World Wars It focuses primarily on the Twenties, but there is a good long cue on the Thirties too.The book starts off with a picture of the United States at the closing of WWI, a portrait that tries to take in as diverse situations as possible, with a heavy help form the statistics of the Census statistics are a great part of this book, which if on one hand grounds the matter in an objective perspective, on the This is a very good introduction to the social history of the Stats between the two World Wars It focuses primarily on the Twenties, but there is a...


  4. says:

    It s not obvious here in the 21st Century, but the period between 1920 and 1940 in the United States saw cultural and, especially, technological changes almost as profound as the effect of the Internet and personal computers in the 1990s In those 20 years, as Prof Kyvig points out with meticulously researched and irrefutable figures, America went from a mostly rural, non electrified, culturally diverse loose collection of peoples to a muchhomogeneous, industrialized, technically savvy si It s not obvious here in the 21st Century, but the period between 1920 and 1940 in the United States saw cultural and, especially, technological changes almost as profound as the effect of the Internet and personal computers in the 1990s In those 20 years, as Prof Kyvig points out with meticulously researched and irrefutable figures, America went from a mostly rural, non electrified, ...


  5. says:

    Mixed bag I liked the sections about food, education esp the increase in high school attendance during the depression , immigration, and the way growing mass media created acohesive mindset across different communities across the country.Most especially, I liked the section about the country becomingelectrified, the uneven implementation took until the 1950s for rural areas to catch up , and the ways it really changed life Muncie, Indiana s library loaned out 8 times books per i Mixed bag I liked th...


  6. says:

    Call me a nerd, but I loved this one I found it to be a truly eye opening history of these decades This period began the harmonizing of the American experience I was shocked by the details about southern progress and how behind the region was in regards to the creature comforts of the day This historical reference focuses on such elemental parts of life that my classes in school never covered I thoroughly enjoyed the trip through general stores and catalogs and department stores and to the Call me a nerd, but I loved this one I found it to be a truly eye opening history of these decades This period began the harmonizing of the American experience I was shocked by the details about southern progress and how behind the region was in regards to the creature comforts of the day This his...


  7. says:

    I really enjoyed this book The first chapter and half were a bit slow, filled with statistics from census reports, but after that things really picked up and became incredibly interesting There were a few parts where my eyes glazed over, mainly when the topic was the stock market, but overall this book gave me almost all the info and then some that led me to pick up the book in the first place If you re looking to understand how ordinary families lived during the depression and up to the br I really enjoyed this book The first chapter and half were a bit slow, filled with statistics from census reports, but after that things really picked up and became incredibly interesting There were a few parts where my eyes glazed over, mainly when the topic was the stock market, but overall this book gave me almost all the info and then some that led me to pick up the book in the first place If you re looking to understand how ordinary...


  8. says:

    For nonfiction, this book definitely possessed a well organized narrative that described domestic developments and everyday living from 1920 1940 I know that the reason many of my fellow reader friends tend to stay away from such forms of nonfiction includes that one, very perceptive fact that these books can often be dryer than the Sahara Desert Been there, done that Also, it s a reminder of everything they didn t like about history classes in school However, I want to counter this thought For nonfiction, this book definitely possessed a we...


  9. says:

    I used this book as research for my novel Dust and roses I got to say it is a thorough book on the day to day living of the 20s and 30s A lot of subjects are covered movies, radio, politics prohibition, farming, the growing mass culture, crime, and the shift of the Roaring Twenties to the Dirty Thirties.Your interests will determine your level of interest on certain chapters For me the chapters on radio, movies, and the role of electricity was very interesting The roots of the Great Depr I used this book as research for my novel Dust and roses I got to say it is a thorough book on the day to day living of the 20s and 30s A lot of subjects are covered movies, radio, politics prohibition, farming, the growing mass culture, crime, and the shift of the Roaring Twenties to the Dirt...


  10. says:

    I m especially glad that I chose to pick this book up now, because I think the author s premise that the 20 s and 30 s was truly when modern America was formed it easier to see now than ever before Current parallels with the xenophobia and conformism of the past were brought into sharp focus through this reading.Radio, movies, unions, automobiles, manufacturing, diet, education, leisure Everything imaginable is covered This was a dense book because it truly attempted to be an exhaustive stu I m especially glad that I chose to pick this book up now, because I think the author s premise that the 20 s and 30 s was truly when modern America was fo...

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