The Korean War increased efforts in the United States to develop a weapon even more deadly than the atomic bomb. Although Castro initially sought aid from the US, he was rebuffed and later turned to the Soviet Union.
What was causing them? More March 29, - Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were found guilty of conspiracy of wartime espionage and sentenced to death. People had to decide for themselves. Other Americans, however, were tired of being afraid.
The baby boomers look back nostalgically to these years that marked their early childhood experiences. Back to Index View of Disneyland in In nineteen fifty there were twenty-four million young children in America.
Shopping malls, offering new shopping convenience, began to appear everywhere. Morton Sobell was also convicted of the crime and sentenced to thirty years in prison. November 4, President Dwight D. They thought the way he moved his body to the music was too suggestive.
And bigger families needed bigger houses. Kroc would incorporate the entity on March 2, and open his first franchise on April 15 in Des Plaines, Illinois.
The Senate Subcommittee on Juvenile Delinquency hearings in April and Junefocused specifically on graphic crime and horror comic books. InAmerican children across the country piled their comic book collections in schoolyards, and, encouraged by parents, teachers, and clergymen, set them ablaze.
And it was nice, and all that type of stuff. Ferguson, which held that separate but equal facilities did not violate the U. By the middle of the decade, 1, shopping centers had appeared in the United States.
Since many of his supporters were poor people who had not voted before, he rewarded them with government jobs, which is called "spoils" or "patronage". During the nineteen fifties, millions of Americans watched "I Love Lucy.
Many people in the North did not like this war, because they thought it was just good for Southern slave states.Between andblacks were segregated from whites by law and private action in transportation, public accommodations, armed forces, recreational facilities, prisons, and schools in both northern and southern states.
The prohibition of education for African Americans had deep roots in American history.
According to the Virginia. America in the s (Decades of American History) [Charles A Wills] on mint-body.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Designed to be accessible to young readers, these volumes offer a way of learning about the history of America.
Each book includes information on what was happening in the arts/5(2). Aug 21, · “America at this moment,” said the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in“stands at the summit of the world.” During the s, it was easy to see what Churchill meant.
The United States was the world’s strongest military power. In American memory, the postwar s have acquired an idyllic luster. Reruns of s TV shows such as Leave It to Beaver and Father Knows Best leave today's viewers with an impression of unadulterated family bliss.
January 17, - The Brinks robbery in Boston occurs when eleven masked bandits steal $ million from an armored car outside their express office. April 1, - For the first time, the census counts a population. Renewed alliance of labor and academics (September article), with several references to the history of this relationship, which thrived in the s and declined in the s.
Office of War Information Collection at the Library of Congress (broadcast recordings, photographs, and research files assembled by the OWI, early s).Download