- Author:Whitney Matheson
- Publisher:Collectors Press (April 1, 2004)
- Pages:176 pages
- Subcategory:Home Improvement & Design
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- ePUB format1151 kb
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With more than 350 images of 1950s and 1960s home decor . Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Atomic Home: A Guided Tour of the American Dream. by. Whitney Matheson.
From the glory days of linoleum and wood paneling to innovations in dishwashers, ovens, and washing machines, ATOMIC HOME: A GUIDED TOUR OF THE AMERICAN DREAM. Take Me Home, Atomic Home! By Thriftbooks. com User, January 8, 2009. Love it! Great little book with loads of fun facts and pictures. Great Baby-Boomer gift, too! Relive some of the best of the 1950's - 1960's in living color!
Atomic Home: A Guided Tour of the American DreamPaperback.
Atomic Home: A Guided Tour of the American DreamPaperback. Better Homes and Gardens. Although some of the items pictured are indeed dated, (aluminum cookware, for example - which has recently been connected to the creation Alzheimer's Disease in many individuals), very much more of the pictured items seem as good, (or often, much better!) than more "modern" products offered by manufacturers today!
An American Dream (AAD) (1965) is Norman Mailer's fourth novel. It was published by Dial Press.
An American Dream (AAD) (1965) is Norman Mailer's fourth novel. Mailer wrote it in serialized form for Esquire, consciously attempting to resurrect the methodology used by Charles Dickens and other earlier novelists, with Mailer writing each chapter against monthly deadlines. The book is written in a poetic style heavy with metaphor that creates unique and hypnotising narrative and dialogue.
The American dream was a trajectory to a promising future, a model for the .
The American dream was a trajectory to a promising future, a model for the United States and for the whole world. In a book published in 1954, Peter Marshall, former chaplain of the United States Senate, defined the American Dream with spiritually resounding words: Religious liberty to worship God according to the dictates of one’s own conscience and equal opportunity for all men, he said, are the twin pillars of the American Dream. The term began to be used extensively in the 1960s. To the contrary, in a 2015 book Home: How Habitat Made Us Human, the neuroanthropologist John S. Allen wrote, We humans are a species of homebodies.
American Dream is an expression often used to describe the vital ideals of the US population in both the material and spiritual senses. The American dream is the ideal of freedom and opportunity, the spiritual power of the nation. If the American system is a skeleton of US policy, the American dream is its soul. The source of the phrase American Dream is considered to be The Epic of America (1931), historical treatise by James Adams written during the Great Depression. James Adams encouraged his compatriots and reminded them of the purpose of America and its achievements.
According to critic and theatre practitioner Martin Esslin, The American Dream marked the beginning of the American absurdist drama.
The American Dream is the right for each person to pursue his or her own idea of happiness. To the drafters of the Declaration, the American Dream could only thrive if it were not hindered by taxation without representation
The American Dream is the right for each person to pursue his or her own idea of happiness. Its history, from the Declaration of Independence. To the drafters of the Declaration, the American Dream could only thrive if it were not hindered by taxation without representation. Kings, military rulers, or tyrants shouldn’t decide taxes and other laws. The people should have the right to elect officials to represent them.
The American Dream is one of the most familiar and resonant phrases in our national lexicon, so familiar that we seldom pause to ask its origin, its history, or what it actually means. In this fascinating short history, Jim Cullen explores the meaning of the American Dream, or rather the several American Dreams that have both reflected and shaped American identity from the Pilgrims to the present
The American Dream was aided by a number of factors that gave the United States a competitive advantage over other . The idea of the American Dream has much deeper roots
The American Dream was aided by a number of factors that gave the United States a competitive advantage over other countries. Homeownership and education are often seen as paths to achieving the American Dream. The idea of the American Dream has much deeper roots. Its tenets can be found in the Declaration of Independence, which states: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. In a society based on these principles, an individual can live life to its fullest as he or she defines it.