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The decade of the 1920s was a period of change, both social and economic, for North Carolina's citizens. For the first time many people owned cars, radios, and telephones. Women's fashions and hair styles changed; men shaved off their beards. Women received the right to vote. Many people moved from rural areas to cities in search of employment. Textiles, tobacco, and manufacturing were major employers.