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The post war era following the Second World War in American history was a time of great growth and development of American ideas society and culture Suburban life has been created and flourishing American developers returning home from the war held the mentality that we conquered the threat of tyranny now lets conquer our backyards They set out with their idealism and moved away from the cities They tore down the tree and put planned communities and commerce and named the streets after the trees It is hidden somewhere in the background of a Norman Rockwell painting and it is kept alive in old television shows that which the call Americana As well as Main St USA is everywhere With Roosevelts second bill of rights the economy is booming after the war and the nations proud is just as high The GI bill passes in congress and education is notion that is available for all This high feeling of euphoria trickles through society With the growth in the economy and wages the standard of living increased People set out to form communities away from the city to be happy to be safe to pursue the American Dream Society and social structures became transformed and reconstructed We looked at our government as to having direct interaction and to provide for well beings People had a rebirth a new sense of self and pride and thought that they were deserving of rights and privileges Soldiers returning home from war wanted a family Wanting things to be better not just for them but for their children This concept of provider strengthened the male role He went to work provided a home and wages The suburb represented this It was an escape from the hustle and bustle where every child would have baseball diamond to play on and each wife a home with the white picket fence These were the happier parts of suburban life It took away the
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