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Stopped. 27. C H A P T E R . The After war Blast. Section OBJECTIVE. Connect WITH HISTORY. Course of events. After war America. 1. Segment. The American Dream in the Fifties. 2. Segment. Chart . MAP. Mainstream culture. 3. Area. The Other America. 4. Area. VISUAL Rundown.
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Stopped 27 C H A P T E R The Postwar Boom CHAPTER OBJECTIVE INTERACT WITH HISTORY TIME LINE Postwar America 1 SECTION The American Dream in the Fifties 2 SECTION GRAPH MAP Popular Culture 3 SECTION The Other America 4 SECTION VISUAL SUMMARY

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CHAPTER OBJECTIVE HOME 27 C H A P T E R The Postwar Boom To comprehend the monetary, social, and social changes that happened in after war America

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HOME 27 C H A P T E R The Postwar Boom I N T E R A C T W I T H I S T O R Y You have returned home from serving in World War II to find that your nation is evolving. The urban communities have swelled. Peripheral rural areas are being developed with verging on indistinguishable homes. America delivers more and less expensive merchandise. In a blasting economy, couples wed and begin families in record numbers. As you watch shrewd promotions on TV for the most up to date work sparing contraptions, you feel sentimentality for a less difficult time. What is the American long for the 1950s? Look at the Issues • How does weight to acclimate influence the American dream? • Who may be barred from the new thriving? • How does publicizing advance certain ways of life and standards?

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TIME LINE 1950 Korean War starts. 1950’s Disk racer Alan Freed is the first to utilize the term “rock ‘n’ roll” reporting in real time. 1954 Brown v. Leading body of Education of Topeka fugitives school isolation. 1954 U.S.S.R. opens the first little atomic force plant. HOME 27 C H A P T E R The Postwar Boom The United States The World 1946 Baby blast starts. 1947 Jackie Robinson coordinates significant group baseball. 1948 Harry S. Truman is chosen president. 1949 Mao Zedong\'s Communist powers increase control of China. 1952 Dwight D. Eisenhower is chosen president. 1953 Korean War truce is agreed upon. proceeded with . . .

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TIME LINE 1956 Eisenhower is reelected. 1959 Alaska and Hawaii turn into the 49th and 50th states. 1956 Soviets pulverize uprising in Hungary. 1959 Fidel Castro comes to power in Cuba. HOME 27 C H A P T E R The Postwar Boom The United States The World 1957 Soviets dispatch Sputnik 1. 1958 NASA—the National Aeronautics and Space Administration—is built up. 1960 John F. Kennedy is chosen president.

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America HOME KEY IDEA As Americans attempt to put the bad dream of World War II behind them and start modifying their lives, the economy blasts and the nation gets to be moderate. Review ASSESSMENT

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America • GI Bill of Rights • Fair Deal • suburb • Dixiecrat • Harry S. Truman HOME OVERVIEW MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW In the years after World War II, the United States turned into the monetary and military power that despite everything it is today. The Truman and Eisenhower organizations drove the country to make social, financial, and political changes taking after World War II. TERMS & NAMES ASSESSMENT

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America ASSESSMENT HOME 1. List the key occasions identifying with after war America. Utilize the dates beneath as an aide. After war unemployment tops; strikes breakout; Republican Party controls the House and Senate; Truman chooses Committee on Civil Rights. Truman coordinates the military; Dixiecrates structure States’ Rights Democratic Party; Truman wins administration. Jackie Robinson voted National League’s Most Valuable Player. Congress passes hostile to union Taft-Hartley Act. Eisenhower wins administration. 1946 1947 1948 1949 1952 proceeded with . . .

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America ASSESSMENT HOME 2. Do you think Eisenhower’s activities mirrored his theory of element conservatism? Why or why not? Consider: • the meaning of element conservatism • Eisenhower’s activities on social liberties approaches • Eisenhower’s achievements on other local issues ANSWER Yes—He raised the lowest pay permitted by law, amplified standardized savings and unemployment advantages, and expanded subsidizing for open lodging. No—He did little to bolster social equality. proceeded with . . .

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America ASSESSMENT HOME 3. Why do you think most Americans obliged Eisenhower\'s moderate way to deal with household approach? ANSWER The Cold War created numerous Americans to look for security in conventional traditionalist qualities, and Eisenhower’s methodology has brought advancement and thriving. proceeded with . . .

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1 S E C T I O N Postwar America ASSESSMENT HOME 4. How did presidents Truman and Eisenhower contrast with respect to social equality? ANSWER Truman made a move. He incorporated the military, delegated a board of trustees on social equality, and had the 1948 Democratic Party’s stage underscore social equality. Eisenhower did not trust that the central government had a part to play in integration, however he did maintain existing laws. End of Section 1

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2 S E C T I O N The American Dream in the Fifties HOME GRAPH MAP KEY IDEA Many Americans discover their fantasy of material solace and monetary success figured it out. Be that as it may, some discover the expense too high. Diagram ASSESSMENT

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2 S E C T I O N The American Dream in the Fifties • aggregate • consumerism • establishment • time of increased birth rates • arranged out of date quality • Dr. Jonas Salk HOME GRAPH MAP OVERVIEW MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW During the 1950s, the economy blasted, and numerous Americans delighted in material solace. The “American dream,” an idea that was to a great extent molded by the fifties, is still sought after today. TERMS & NAMES ASSESSMENT

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2 S E C T I O N The American Dream in the Fifties ASSESSMENT The American Dream Values Home/Family Work HOME GRAPH MAP 1. List illustrations of particular objectives that portrayed the American dream for suburbanites in the 1950s. Congruity; material merchandise inferred achievement Two or three youngsters, close family ties; single-family home in the suburbs; maybe a couple autos; TV Man is the provider, who lives up to expectations at an office work; lady deals with home and kids proceeded with . . .

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2 S E C T I O N The American Dream in the Fifties ASSESSMENT HOME GRAPH MAP 2. In what ways do you think current natural awareness is identified with the “throwaway society” of the 1950s? Consider: • the obtaining propensities for 1950s buyers • the impacts of arranged oldness • today’s accentuation on reusing ANSWER Today’s normal routine of reusing disposed of things and garbage, reusing unfilled nourishment and different compartments, and purchasing items with long haul guarantees may be seen as essential strides to turn around the “throwaway” pattern of the 1950s. proceeded with . . .

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2 S E C T I O N The American Dream in the Fifties ASSESSMENT HOME GRAPH MAP 3. Do you imagine that the life of a commonplace rural homemaker amid the 1950s was satisfying or not? ANSWER Yes—had a home in suburbia, an auto, youngsters, material solaces, and did not need to work outside the home No—tied to her home and family and had no time or support to build up her own particular intrigues End of Section 2

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture HOME KEY IDEA Mass pop culture blasts, generally as a result of TV. While the media by and large reflect standard working class values, a basic counterculture prospers. Outline ASSESSMENT

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture • beat development • rock ‘n’ move • jazz • broad communications • Federal Communications Commission (FCC) HOME OVERVIEW MAIN IDEA WHY IT MATTERS NOW Mainstream Americans, and in addition the nation’s subcultures, grasped new types of diversion amid the 1950s. TV and rock ‘n’ move, vital parts of the nation’s culture today, rose amid the after war time. TERMS & NAMES ASSESSMENT

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture ASSESSMENT Person Art Form Achievements HOME 1. Show some pop culture symbols of the 1950’s, and distinguish the work of art and significant accomplishments connected with every individual. Lucille Ball Television Star of I Love Lucy Edward R. Murrow Television Host of Person to Person Elvis Presley Music Rock ‘n’ move artist proceeded with . . .

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture ASSESSMENT HOME 2. Do you concur with Newton Minow’s articulation that TV was “a immense wasteland”? ANSWER Agree—TV displayed admired white values and overlooked the issues of minorities. Disagree—TV projects gave required getaway to numerous individuals furthermore depicted the perfect family life that numerous esteemed. proceeded with . . .

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture ASSESSMENT HOME 3. How did radio, TV, and the motion pictures add to the achievement of rock ‘n’ roll? ANSWER They conveyed pictures of artists and the hints of their music to most Americans. proceeded with . . .

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3 S E C T I O N Popular Culture ASSESSMENT HOME 4. In what ways were the stone ‘n’ move performers and the beat writers of the 1950s comparative? Consider: • the qualities the artists and artists had faith in • people’s responses to the artists, artists, and scholars ANSWER Both were insubordinate, trial, and imaginative; regularly wore protester apparel; pulled in the youthful, and additionally more seasoned, white collar class Americans; and performed for live groups of onlookers. End of Section 3

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4 S E C T I O N The Other America HOME KEY IDEA Many Americans experience the ill effects of neediness and racial segregation, in spite of exceptional monetary success in the country. Review ASSESSMENT

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4 S E C T I O N The Other America • urban restoration •

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