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Attached is an editorial from THE FLAPPER MAGAZINE in which the writer declares, on behalf of all flappers throughout these united states, that no snail-eating French fashion designer is going to force them back into long skirts ever again:

"Will Paris succeed in imposing long skirts on the flappers of America?"

"Not if most of them have their way! When Paris started the short skirt fad and America eagerly aped it, the dressmakers figured that it would probably run its course and then die a sudden death. But no! For American flappers may be fickle but they know a good thing when they see it. And they intend to hang on to it."

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Flappers Defy the Paris Dictators (Flapper Magazine, 1922)

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