1950s everyday life part 1 family relationships reading material generations three decades of population growth ensured that the actual number of babies born in the 1950s was greater than at any point in our history 1957 was the peak year for births during the baby boom era. 1950s family life was very much a family affair for starters most probably it was a two a parent household both a mom and a dad divorce was not a common thing why societal pressure for one thing you were supposed to get married and stay married regardless of how miserable you were divorce carried a stigma. To them much of life in nineteen fifties america was empty and meaningless the painter jackson pollock represented a spirit of rebellion in art pollock would drop paint onto a canvas. The morning traffic and parking problems life wrote became so critical at the carlsbad nm high school that school authorities in 1953 were finally forced to a solution they set aside a . In the 1950s america underwent some major changes in the political and economic spheres which in turn were responsible for its social makeover family became a powerful unit efficient enough to subdue the demons of war that were haunting the common man the public sentiment was to live a peaceful and a less complicated life
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