I. Introduction A. Thesis: WWII had a profound impact on the US during the 1950s and 60s with regard to International Relations and Science and Technology.
II. International Relations- Positive Aspects A. Europe 1. $17 billion to Western Europ
Despite the humor, several such examples were very essential in understanding the
situations at the time rather than just reading about them.
Additionally, we believe that all the trips were appealing, but the trip that stood out
due to its acting and ove
A. New Innovations
1. Investment in US Space Program after Sputnik
2. National Defense Education Act
C. New Industries
1. Nuclear power
2. Chemicals, plastics, machines, computers
3. Vaccinations, Penicillin
1. DDT widely used durin
National War Labor Board
-settle labor disputes for closed shops and open shops
Smith Connally Act
-president authority to seize and operate any strike-bound plant deemed necessary
-penalties for strikes
2. Welfare and Public Works
Music is also a means of communication and is extremely effective in capturing and maintaining the attention of the audience. Unfortunately we didn't incorporate too much music into our video, which is something we would do differently after this experien
A. Monetary reforms B. Takes US off gold standard 1. create inflation- relief for debtors (decreases value of debts) C. Home Owners Loan Corporation 1. gives money to pay off mortgages D. AAA 1. millions of dollars given to help farmers pay for debts The
With fresh roads and newer cars after WWII, the suburbanization was only a
The Interstate Highway system also assisted in economy, as it was the largest
public works project in the nations history.
Naturally, it led to the creation of man
Usually, the brochures simply included pictures from the time period and repeated information from the posters and the videos. Many of the brochures were impressive, including one that was printed out on fancy paper. Nevertheless, most people gave the bro
The event challenged American lifestyle at the time and exemplified the indirect
impact of the highway system.
Furthermore, the highway system resulted in a more mobile America, in which
people could travel with more ease and escape the confines of their
This was a very important trend in the 1950s because it changed the way Americans lived. Cities became less crowded and middle class families left the cities, leaving many cities with only poor families. Additionally, the road network allowed greater hous