Today, we often view the 1950s suburban family as the ideal version of the traditional family. However, even in the 1950s, anxiety about gender roles often focused on that very model of domesticity. The fears related to a crisis of masculinity, dominating women, and the increased visibility of homosexuality played out throughout the last half of the 20th Century as gender norms underwent significant shifts. Based on the assigned readings, explain why there was so much anxiety centered on the white suburban family beginning in the 1950s and continuing throughout the Cold War period. How traditional was that version of family life at the time? What specific threats related to gender roles were being communicated through the popular culture and how did the portrayal of those threats change over the period?
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