How far was the growth in the car industry responsible for the boom? Discuss
In the following essay we will analyse how far was the growth in the car industry resposible for the boom. In ours opinion it was partly.
Basically, the boom’s cause was based on the industrial strengh the USA was having in the 1920s. It was a vast country with a lot of natural resources and with a growing population. It’s home market was large and was growing ever more, because they did not need to import many raw materials nor export all its goods.
Eventought, the cae industry influenced in a way in the boom. Cars were big revolutioners. They were the first to begin to be sell in big quantity. They benefited people in many ways, giving them a faster and comfortable way of transportation. Also they reflected people’s social class. If they have luxurious cars, they were rich, and if they had less fashionable ones, they were the opposite.
Despite what was mentioned before, there were many other things resposible for the boom. That means, the car’s growth was not the only one. The expantiion of the entertainment, that means, the radio, sports and cinema, the over production and much more influenced a lot causing the boom.
To conclude, the reasons named previously show that the car, in ours opinion, was partly responsible for the boom
response to group B:
This essay is well distributed into different paragraphs but has a
severe problem and this is that it only talks about the car industry in
the boom. This essay question was a tricky one because it really asked
you to talk about all the causes and they only talked about one. They
mentioned but did not develop other themes or causes. On the other hand
they talk about little things without evidence, for example “If they
had luxurious cars, they were rich, and if they had less fashionable
ones, they were the opposite.”
In our opinion, they deserve a 7. (GROUP G)