It is possible that the upper classes had a lifestyle close to 1950's TV programs. but not the bottom half who worried about enough food to eat.
The early 1950's had the same SILENCE of reality, as is kept on those living the nighmare of poverty today. The status quo-Is "do not make people aware of the circumstances of those we underpay, the working poor.
Children died due to polio, and not enough to eat. Until Martin Luther King Jr. No one knew this.
Television portrayed a lifestyle that many people tried to imitate.
Television shows in the 1950s frequently showed women as housewives. In reality, many women in the 1950s did not have the luxury of being housewives.
The Americans challenged the social reality during the 1950s by addressing equality issues.
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White, Polite, and happy.. not necessarily that not everyone was happy, but that at that time that is what the entertainment emphasized. Take the famous TV Bewitched, this is a show from the 1950s where during the whole show Sam and Darrin are "happily married" where nothing ever goes wrong.
It came out in the 1950s.
Women were treated differently and portrayed as housewives only.
Yes, they had TV in the 1950's
about the 1950s
THe 1950s are considered the golden age of television.
Television had the biggest impact on the increase in 1950s consumerism.
a lovely wife a house 2 kids a dog a car and a steady job
early 1950s tv becoam3e popular
Televisions became more affordable. ;-)
There are some who say that television had a negative impact on 1950s culture. They say it turned people in to passive consumers and ruined how people socialized. Families watching television together became a favorite activity in the 1950s. It was a free activity for everyone to enjoy.
Disposable tissues, tv dinners
I love Lucy.