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Post War Boom

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G.I. Bill 1944, government opportunities available to World War II veterans in the GI Bill of Rights. It subsidized veterans so they could continue their formal education, learn new trades, or start new businesses.
White Flight 1950’s millions of middle class white Americans left cities for suburbs, taking resources with them.
Invisible poor the elderly, uneducated, and low-paid workers - inspired LBJ's "war on poverty" from Michael Harringtons’s book "The other America"
Braceros temporary workers US negotiated an agreement with Mexico to import braceros to relieve labor shortages in agriculture caused by conscription and the movement of rural workers to city factories; classified as foreign laborers rather than as immigrants
Women’s roles in 1950s Homemaker and mother, Sometimes had jobs but were paid less than men
Created by: PLHShistory