History of a Day Outline 2

History of a Day Outline 2 - I Thesis Throughout the 1940s...

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I. Thesis: Throughout the 1940’s, there were many new innovations that simplified the lives of Americans and increased their personal safety. Penicillin for example cured infections that were previously fatal. These new innovations while helping the lives of Americans turned American culture into a consumer culture. II. Body of Paper A. Topic Sentence: Prevalence of radios and televisions in Americans’ homes allowed for a more connected culture 1. Source: In an article about the St. Paul Winter Carnival, it talks about how more people will be able to experience the Winter Carnival than ever before because of radio and Television, Charles F. Stutz, “Radio, Films, and TV Catch Parade Color,” The Pioneer Press, February 13, 1949, Pg. 14 B. Topic Sentence: The simplification of building houses led to an explosion in suburban growth, because houses were a lot cheaper when they were pre-assembled. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course HIST 1302W taught by Professor Mathieu during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota.

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