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Who comprised the group "The Lost Generation" and what united them as a group during the 1920s?
A group of young American writers who were critical of not only America's involvement in the war but also of Americans' changing values.
The generation of World War I young men who fought, died or were permanently disabled by America's participation in the war.
A group of young women who were dissatisfied with their position in the society despite the passage of the 19th Amendment granting women suffrage.
A group of young African-American WWI veterans who were disappointed with their nation's treatment to them despite their service in the war.
A group of young college students who felt that the themes of the courses offered at most American colleges are too single-minded.