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DIF:DifficultOBJ:1. Identify the main characteristics of the affluent society of the 1950s. | 2. Explain the ways in which the 1950s were a period of consensus both in domestic and foreign affairs.TOP:Political History | Social History | Cultural History | A Changing Economy | A Suburban Nation | Women at Work and at Home | A Segregated Landscape | The Divided Society | Mass Society and Its Critics | Rebels without a CauseMSC: Evaluating
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8.The civil rights movement gained momentum in the 1950s, nearly ninety years after Reconstruction. Explain why the movement finally took off in the 1950s. What caused it to do so? Be sure to think back to previous chapters.ANS:Answers will vary.DIF:DifficultOBJ:3. Examine the major thrusts of the civil rights movement in this period.TOP:Social History | Political History | Origins of the Movement | The Legal Assault on Segregation | The Brown Case | The Montgomery Bus BoycottMSC: Analyzing9.The conservative movement was not a cohesive movement. Explain the positions taken by libertarians versus the new conservatives. How did each understand the meaning of freedom?ANS:Answers will vary.DIF:ModerateOBJ:1. Identify the main characteristics of the affluent society of the 1950s.TOP:Political History | Cultural History | The Libertarian Conservatives and the New ConservativesMSC: Analyzing10.Discuss the generational tensions that emerged during the 1950s. How did popular culture reflect a growing sense of discontent among younger Americans? What was the response of older Americans to this trend? Explain.ANS:Answers will vary.DIF:DifficultOBJ:1. Identify the main characteristics of the affluent society of the 1950s. | 2. Explain the ways in which the 1950s were a period of consensus both in domestic and foreign affairs.TOP:Social History | Cultural History | The TV World | Women at Work and at Home | A Segregated Landscape | The Divided Society | Mass Society and Its Critics | Rebels without a Cause | The BeatsMSC:Evaluating

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