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Unlike the many war ravaged countries around the world in 1945, American cities and industries were intact after WWII, and the United States became the sole powerhouse of the global economy. Professor Brian Dimitrovich of Sam Houston State University explains how the United States transitioned to a consumer economy from the 1940s through 1960s.

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      baby boom, consumer economy, american history, post-war, suburbanization

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      English

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