Freedom in the 50s

Frozen dinners provided women freedom from work. Because more women were  now working outside the home, new inventions eased the burden of domestic work. No longer did a women have to cook and clean every meal. Meals were now already prepared.  This would lead to the rise of feminism and women’s liberation.

During the 50s the number of houses doubled. Many of which were built in the suburbs. Home ownership signified freedom for many people. These suburban communities were segregated from non-whites. This helped shape the black rights movement in the 60s.

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