Cold War Part II Chapter 7. American Civil Rights, 194-1960.
Life in the States. Includes all of the good points and the challenges of America in the 1950s: peace, prosperity, the baby boom, life after the war, the movies, books, music. And yet, people also feared World War III and total incineration.
When it came to civil rights, America accomplished a lot in the 1950s: baseball and the military more fully integrated; Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and Malcolm X got their starts, Brown vs. Board of Education happened, Eisenhower enforced integration during the Little Rock Crisis, and more. But there was much left to do.