People who live in the suburbs can't read maps.
Houses in suburbia all look alike and they don't encourage individuality in their lives.
People in suburbia have no education and have poor memories.
There are no street signs in suburban neighborhoods.
High unemployment and scarce goods
Abundant goods and low unemployment
Low unemployment and scarce goods
Abundant goods and high unenployment
A large increase in Social Security benefits
A broad program of civil rights reforms
A decrease in funding for the TVA
A federal highway bill
Rise in blue collar jobs.
Affordability of homes.
It decreased the demand fo housing.
It bankrupted the Socal Security system.
It increased the need for educational resources.
It encouraged people to migrate to the Sun Belt.
One-fith of the nation's movie theaters closed.
Radio stations started to broadcast soap operas.
The number of radio stations increased as the car created a larger audience.
Radio stations declined in number as the audience turned to television.
Bring workers into the U.S. from Mexico.
Send workers from the U.S. to Mexico.
Find housing for new immigrants.
Deport illegal immigrants.
Instituting a military draft.
Providing veterans with generous loans.
Requiring all veterans to go to college .
Providing veterans white-collar jobs.
Fewer people were moving from the cities to the suburbs each year.
More people lived in the suburbs in 1910 than 1950.
More people lived in the cities in 1960 than 1950.
More people lived in the suburbs in 1980 than 1970.
Focus more on math and science.
Offer more physical fitness training.
Require students to learn foreign language.
Require the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Press, radio, and television
Citizens who choose to be entertained instead of educated and informed.