Ch 29: America At Midcentury 1945-1960

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Ch 29: America At Midcentury 1945-1960

  1. 1. Chapter 29: America At Midcentury 1945-1960 BY: CLARA SANTOS
  2. 2. GI Bill of Rights
  3. 3. Full Employment Act
  4. 4. Council of Economic Advisors
  5. 5. Postwar inflation
  6. 6. Threatened railroad strike of 1946
  7. 7. Taft-Hartley Act
  8. 8. Baby boom
  9. 9. Post-World War II suburbanization
  10. 10. William Levitt
  11. 11. Highway Act of 1956
  12. 12. Practice of redlining
  13. 13. Harry Truman
  14. 14. Roosevelt's quot;Second Bill of Rightsquot;
  15. 15. Progressive party
  16. 16. Dixiecrats
  17. 17. Presidential campaign and election of 1948
  18. 18. Fair Deal
  19. 19. Dwight Eisenhower
  20. 20. Dynamic conservatism
  21. 21. Sputnik
  22. 22. National Defense Education Act of 1957
  23. 23. Atomic Energy Act of 1954
  24. 24. Military-industrial complex
  25. 25. The vital center
  26. 26. Era of consensus
  27. 27. Venona project
  28. 28. Atomic civil defense program
  29. 29. Redbaiting
  30. 30. Truman's loyalty program (Employee Loyalty Program)
  31. 31. House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC)
  32. 32. Hollywood Ten
  33. 33. Senator Joseph McCarthy
  34. 34. Internal Security Act of 1950 (McCarran Act)
  35. 35. Communist Control Act of 1954
  36. 36. Alger Hiss case
  37. 37. Ethel and Julius Rosenberg
  38. 38. Army-McCarthy hearings
  39. 39. To Secure These Rights
  40. 40. Treatment and Opportunity in the Armed Services
  41. 41. NAACP'S Legal Defense and Education Fund Charles Hamilton Houston Thurgood Marshall
  42. 42. Smith v. Allwright and Morgan v. Virginia Morgan v Virginia Smith v Allwright
  43. 43. Shelly v. Kramer
  44. 44. An American Dilemma, Native Son, and Black Boy
  45. 45. Jackie Robinson
  46. 46. Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
  47. 47. Emmett Till
  48. 48. White Citizens Councils
  49. 49. Rosa Parks
  50. 50. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  51. 51. Montgomery Bus Boycott
  52. 52. Southern Christian Leadership Conference
  53. 53. Civil Rights Act of 1957
  54. 54. quot;The Treaty of Detroitquot;
  55. 55. Growth of the Sunbelt
  56. 56. The transistor
  57. 57. Emergence of a national middle class culture
  58. 58. Television
  59. 59. quot;Middle-classnessquot; of television programming
  60. 60. Consumer culture
  61. 61. Post-World War II Religious Revival
  62. 62. Gender role in families of the 1950s
  63. 63. Dr. Spock
  64. 64. Modern Women: The Lost Sex
  65. 65. The quot;crisis of masculinityquot;
  66. 66. William H. Whyte
  67. 67. Dr. Alfred Kinsey
  68. 68. Hugh Hefner
  69. 69. quot;Youth culturequot;
  70. 70. Slinky, Mr. Potato Head, and Davy Crockett
  71. 71. Rock 'n' roll
  72. 72. Elvis Presley
  73. 73. The 1950s upsurge in juvenile delinquency
  74. 74. Critics of the 1950 conformity
  75. 75. Environmental costs associated with economic growth
  76. 76. Planned obsolescence
  77. 77. Silent Spring
  78. 78. Urban and rural poverty of the 1950s
  79. 79. National Housing Act of 1949
  80. 80. 1950s growth of agribusiness
  81. 81. Eisenhower's termination policy

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