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Post WWII 1950s

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What are two examples of superpowers from the Cold War era? After WWII, the U.S. and the Soviet Union became superpowers of the world.
Where did many people move to in the 1950s? In the 1950’s, many families moved away from the cities to suburbs, or communities near the edge of a city.
What did consumers buy in the 1950s that helped the US economy to grow? They began buying new goods such as televisions, barbecue grills, and new toys during the 1950’s.
What is consumer credit? It is a credit used to buy goods that are consumed, or used up, such as food and clothing, rather than for investments such as farm equipment. This became popular in the 1950’s.
What were some symbols of the 1950s? Rock ’n’ roll, television, and hula hoops are all symbols of the 1950’s.
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