Factually Wrong: Middle Class in the 1920s

By most definitions, the US in the 1920s definitely had a middle class. The families that bought high-tech appliances, such as vacuum cleaners and electric fridges, obviously had extra money (not poor) and cared because they didn’t have servants (so not rich). The stock market boom was fueled by people who could afford to save.

h/t Arbogast Holmskragga

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