The Great Depression Of The 1920 ' S Essay

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Yesterday Turned To Today, Today Will Turn To Tomorrow Students believe history is insignificant, waste of time, and useless. Wrong, today can 't exist without yesterday. The United States’s yesterday was a battlefield, a Revolution, a Civil War, a fight for freedom, and a fight for civil rights. Today, the revolution continues and events continue to shape tomorrow. The United States’s past eras, in specific the 1920’s and the 1950’s, are important because of the events which occurred. The 1920 's and 1950 's are both postwar decades in which events impacted future 20th century decades and keep impacting society in different ways. In spite of that, the 50 's impact is greater to society and of more importance, too.
In the years before the 1950 's, America was involved in the second World War; therefore, the United States was able to recover from the Great Depression and change the direction of the 50 's. People could see the change the nation was going through and during this time, "The United States was the world’s strongest military power. Its economy was booming." Advancement in science, medicine, and technology changed future generations. The political disputes and social changes also impacted society. Overall, the impact of this era is of great importance to its latter years and today.
A great period of time is identified by analyzing different aspects of it. By analyzing the improvements in science, the advancement becomes measurable. Technology and medicine…

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