The Roaring '20s

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Monday, April 15, 2013

In the 1920s, concert halls rocked with everything from jazz to airplane propellers, radio became a multimillion dollar industry and art and literature flowed like bathtub gin. This week, Host Bill McGlaughlin samples the Roaring '20s in New York, Paris and Berlin.

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