The era of cultural warfare between the seemingly left-out and subverted rural traditions versus the emerging urban mania took place in the US during the 1920's. Kennedy, Cohen, and Bailey regarded the aforesaid era as the "roaring twenties", where raging cultural revolution were evident.In this regard, the urban-culture wars of the 1920's were undeniably and evidently fought through various morphs of expression like formation of movements and utilization of the society's multimedia facets (newspaper, schools, churches, movies, radio, shows and political campaigns of the decade), thereby paving the way to voice the opposing American sentiments on both sides of the war (Hilton 90). Hence, this paper aims to explicate and provide a substantial discussion on this particular area of concern, thereby exemplifying the aforementioned thesis statement. Additionally, the discussion shall be based on DBQ 17 documents (1-6), previous knowledge pertaining to the topic, and other works.One of the historically notable figure of the 1920's was the birth and multiplication of the Ku Klux Klan, an "anti-foreign, anti-Catholic, anti-black, anti-Jewish, anti-pacifist, anti-Communist anti-internationalist, anti-evolutionist, anti-bootlegger, anti-gambling, anti-adultery, and anti-birth control" movement, which literally means the "Knights of the Invisible Empire"(Kennedy, Cohen, and Bailey ch. 32).