Paper On The 50's And 60's

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The Century America made great strides in human rights, entertainment, and technological breakthroughs during the 1950s and 1960s. Events such as wars and the battle over who would get into space first went on during this time. Individual's who became famous during this period were Elvis Pressley and John Kennedy. They each made their own marks on people during this time. President Eisenhower was known during this time period for a lack of activity. America made history during this time period and it may not have all been positive, but it will certainly stay in the minds of those who lived in the 1950s and early 1960s People started a new lifestyle once the Korean War was over. America co ...view middle of the document...

Central High was a school where only white people attended. These nine individuals were met by white parents and students who did not want them at Central High. If it was the last thing they did, they were going to make it hell for the nine individuals. The President of the United States did not have a good reputation for civil rights. Rosa Parks in the mean time made headline news by refusing to give up her seat on the bus to a white individual and was subsequently arrested. Blacks ended up boycotting the busses for over a year due to the arrest of Rosa Parks. In the end African Americans became much more equal to whites.War was also a very big part of this time period. Even though the Korean War ended in 1953, there were still battles going on. A big event that took place was the Cuban Missile Crisis. The Russians had moved their nuclear weapons to Cuba and had plans of using them on the United States. Due to this the U.S. military was put on maximum alert. The Cuban Missile Crisis lasted 13 days, and it turned out that everything was f...


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