"Paradox of Change" During Post-War America
"Indeed, it is the theme of paradox that best describes the postwar era - diversity in the face of uniformity, the creation of close-knit communities despite massive mobility, changes in sex roles occurring in the face of the 'feminine mystique,' the emergence of cultural rebels in the midst of chilling conformity" (Chafe, p.144). All the ideals thought of in the 40's became real in the post-war era due to the search for new identities. The 50's brought forth many new ideas and dreams such as families in suburbia's where the thought of living the "good life" often prevailed. During this…
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