American Education In The 1950's

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During the 1950s and 60s, education was an extremely important aspect of American life and culture. Through education, women were able to do more than just take care of the housework. An education enabled women to break free from their traditional roles. It made it possible for them to play a part in the government. Women had more knowledge about the issues that were occurring around them. Through their education, the women could get a job, earn a wage, and be considered equal to the men. This change in roles showed how education shaped the life of women as well as other people in America. Education has helped us get closer to the perfect American life which involved the chance for everyone to get an education. We researched 1950s magazine
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