By 1950's, when young men were arriving from war, they had an idea that every young man should marry a young woman and have children. They will live in a beautiful house in the suburbs with a little white fence, beautiful kitchen and a gorgeous backyard. During the late 1940´s and through the early 1960´s the birthrate in the US soared, especially in 1957. Every seven seconds a child was born, starting the largest generation in the US history, known as the Baby Boom.
During war, men were fighting for their nation while women were working in factories and industries assuming a role in the
world. When the war finished, soldiers were arriving from war and starting to work again while lots of women were going back to their houses taking the homemaker and mother role, which was glorified in popular magazines, movies and television beginning the leisure time to all those women who worked. Those women who still worked were finding job opportunities such as nursing, teaching and office supporters earning far less money than men did.
As leisure began, Americans started to experience a new way of living. They attended to television, movies, new music...