Freedom Essay | Freedom in America from World War I to the 1950s

Orlando Patterson
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Freedom in America from World War I to the 1950s

Summary: The boundaries of freedom changed frequently in America from the 1920s to the 1950s, as shown in the following historical overview. While such boundaries were expanded during the 1920s, particularly for women and African Americans, they were narrowed in the wake of World War II and the ensuing Cold War.
Freedom After World War I

The years following World War I were very different than the ones leading up to it. Between the years of 1920 and 1953, America was undergoing many different changes in its society. Beginning with the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, moving into the New Deal Era, and finally the wartimes, the meaning of freedom changed frequently for the people living on the American land. The boundaries of peoples' freedoms changed as well. For the better or for the worse, due to changes in the American society and ways of life, people living in America during these 33 years experienced living differently than they had lived years prior to these.

Before the 1920's, life for women was very different. Women were unable to enjoy the privileges that men had and they were looked down upon and known merely...

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