Similarities And Differences Of The Teenagers In The 50's

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I believe that there are plenty of both similarities and differences between the teenagers of the 1950’s and the 21 century. During the 50’s middle class youths were given opportunities that the generations before them hadn’t had. During this time money seemed to go further, and so both adults and kids had more spending money than ever before. People not only had more economic freedom, but they also had more free time to spend on frivolous interests. This included their music. Perhaps because they had more time to spend thinking on things and not working or raising children, they began to be fascinated with rhythm and blues music, which was seen by their parents as being inappropriate. Thus teenagers were deemed to be rebellious. I can see

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