A big part of the novel that interested our group is the idea of "new" and "old" money and the status that comes with each. Gatsby's identity as a bootlegger eventually leads to his downfall. The effects of Tom revealing his identity is an aspect that the group wanted to delve into. This topic is so significant that it is what caused Daisy to stay with Tom. Through research we discovered a variety of events that happened during the time period of prohibition in the 1920s. We realized that not only did prohibition play a big role in the novel, but in society as well. By connecting these events to scenes from the novel, the constant battle between Gatsby and Tom is portrayed through this game.

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"Drying out: A prohibition timeline by Bill Ward." StarTribune.com: Breaking news, video, blogs and more from     Minneapolis, St. Paul and around Minnesota. 27 Oct. 2007. 27 Jan. 2009
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"Prohibition Era Timeline - Timeline of Prohibition Era." American History From About. 27 Jan. 2009 <http://americanhistory.about.com/od/prohibitionera/a/prohibition.htm>.