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Altschuler states that rock n' roll was "anything but a "great unifying force," [it] kept many Americans in the 1950s off balance, on guard, and

Altschuler states that rock n' roll was "anything but a "great unifying force," [it] kept many Americans in the 1950s off balance, on guard, and uncertain about their families and the future of their country (Altschuler, 34)."

 

How does the emergence and popularity of rock n' roll in the 1950s show a shift in the thinking, values, and ideology of American society?

 

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