The sixth and final volume in the History of Wisconsin series examines the period from 1940-1965, in which state and nation struggled to maintain balance and traditions. Some of the major developments analyzed in this volume include: coping with three wars, racial and societal conflict, technological innovation, population shifts to and from cities and suburbs, and accompanying stress in politics, government, and society as a whole. Using dozens of photographs to visually illustrate this period in the state's history, this volume upholds the high standards set forth in the previous volumes.trousers and skirtsaall designed, according to the Sears and Roebuck catalogs, to provide the wearer with the aswaggera look. Skirts and dresses were cut several inches below the knees; mena#39;s trousers featured nineteen- and twenty- inchanbsp;...
|Title||:||Continuity and Change, 1940-1965|
|Author||:||William F. Thompson|
|Publisher||:||Wisconsin Historical Society - 2013-03-28|