By Gary A. Donaldson
The usa had large possibilities after international struggle II. The nation's business may possibly, geared to defeat Germany and Japan, may well now be involved in family construction. genuine wages have been up, the GNP used to be at the upward push, commercial creation was once up, and inflation used to be lower than keep watch over. the longer term appeared shiny for the common American. yet this abundance used to be punctuated with anxiousness. inside of 4 years of the top of the battle, the Soviet Union had develop into the hot enemy: they'd the bomb and China and japanese Europe had fallen into the Soviet sphere of impact. those issues, the abundance of the growing to be financial system and the anxiousness of the chilly conflict, outlined the interval from 1945-1960.
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Abundance and Anxiety: America, 1945-1960: America, 1945-60 by Gary A. Donaldson