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Sports heroes and spectator sports became the rage during the decade of the 1920s.
All but which of the following were factors that contributed to this rage?
The widespread use of radios for both news and entertainment.
Most Americans were able to purchase automobiles during the decade.
The national syndication of newspapers and magazines.
Most teams and heroes were located in cities where the huge working class populations frequented the events.
The increasing amount of leisure time afforded to most Americans.