The latest Bob Buzzanco lecture is about the other Roaring Twenties, i.e. the 1920s.
Buzzanco talks about the aftermath of the Great War. The disillusion of the period, including the Red Scare, the Reds and Anarchists, Sacco and Vanzetti, the Seattle strike of 1919 and the Battle of Blair Mountain. And economic growth, the corporate state, Hoover and trade associations and consumer culture. The rise of advertising,Edward Bernays–the original Mad Man and prosperity.