Synopses & Reviews
World War II brought great disruption to American life, as men and women were called to fight and their remaining family members endured long days working to support the war effort. When the soldiers returned at the end of the war, the new GI bill created an influx of college enrollments. Servicemen braved the housing shortage to begin a new life with their young wives and children. Cars were now readily available, and families began moving to the new suburbs. America's fascination with science was ignited by the space race against the Soviet Union.