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1920's Works Cited

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Works Cited

Bederman, Gail. Manliness and Civilization. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995.

Cavendish, Richard. “The St Valentine’s Day Massacre in Chicago.” History Today 59.2

(Feb2009): 10. Online. Academic Search Premier. 12 November 2009.

Duncan, Alastair. Art Deco. New York: Thames & Hudson Inc., 1988.

Heath, Dwight B., “Prohibition, repeal, and historical cycles”. The Brown University

Digest of Addiction Theory & Application 28.3 (March 2009): 8. Online.

Academic SearchPremier. 13 November 2009.

Olson, James S.Historical Dictionary of the 1920s: From World War I to the New Deal,

1919-1933. New York: Greenwood Press, 1988.

Sims, Anastatia. “Armageddon in Tennessee: The Final Battle Over the Nineteenth

Amendment.” One Woman, One Vote: Rediscovering the Woman Suffrage

Movement. Ed. Marjorie Spruill Wheeler. Troutdale, OR: NewSage Press,

1995. 333-352.

The Battle of the Sexes. D.W. Griffith. United Artists, 1928.

The Constitution of the United States. Nineteenth Amendment.

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The History of Women’s Suffrage. 2008. History.com. 12 November 2009,

<http://www.history.com/content/womenhist/the-history-of-women-s-suffrage>.

Tulsa Foundation for Architecture. Tulsa Art Deco. Tulsa, OK: Tulsa Foundation for

Architecture, 2001.

 

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