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February 15, 2011.docx

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Department
History
Course Code
HIST 260
Professor
Selena Crosson

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HIST 260 2011-02-15 Major trends, 1945-60 - Urbanization - Standardization - Commercialization Cold War - Canada moved into U.S. sphere - Canada embraced U.S. values/cultures - Growing anti-Americanism - More and more fears of Americans Demobilizing women - Female fields are growing - Women were fired once they got married - There is the assumption that women will voluntarily retire after the war - Policies were eventually developed in an attempt to discourage women from being hired - Income tax allowance became lower than pre-war levels… $250 from $270 Post-war immigration - Immigration increased: non-British, DPs and holocaust survivors eventually started
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