How did the automobile affect where some people chose to live in the 1920s?

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Urbanization was already occuring, especially in the "Roaring Twenties", but the affordability of cars and the availability of jobs for (predominantly) white families, most people chose to live in the cities. Most notable during the time were Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York.
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