After the end of the World War II, the United States of America experienced a lot of boom in its economy. It is estimated that the period of the 1950s is when the US economy grew in more than double its original gross domestic value of $200 billion to over $500 billion. The economy general developed by 37% amid the 1950s. Toward the end of the decade, the Middle American family had 30% more acquiring power than during the starting. The expansion, which had wreaked devastation on the economy instantly after World War II, was insignificant, to some extent on account of Eisenhower's diligent endeavors to adjust the government spending plan ("The 1950S - Facts & Summary - HISTORY.Com" N.p).