Fitzgerald’s Accuracy in His Portrayal of the Twenties

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In The Great Gatsby, it is rumored that Gatsby made his money through bootlegging and the sale of “medicinal” alcohol (Fitzgerald 65). Bootlegging operations were thought to be a one billion dollar business by August of 1921. Another manner in which the young aristocrats of the 1920s was to attend “speakeasies,” secret meeting places scattered throughout cities where the gin was cool and the piano was hot...
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Bootlegging operations were thought to be a one billion dollar business by August of 1921. Another manner in which the young aristocrats of the 1920s was to attend “speakeasies,” secret meeting places scattered throughout cities where the gin was cool and the piano was hot...
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