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The Catcher in the RyeHolden Caulfield's America was a nation of contrasts. World War II was over, and the boys had come home, but to what? Financially, life had improved significantly for the average worker since the Great Depression of the 1930s, but inflation presented new problems. The political scene generally moved toward conservatism near the end of the 1940s and into the 1950s (the time period of the novel), but there were noteworthy exceptions. The atomic bomb, which many had considered a blessing when it quickly ended the war with Japan, was increasingly seen as a curse. Culturally, the United States was both conservative and liberal but leaning increasingly to the right.Read more: http://www.cliffsnotes.com/study_guide/literature/The-Catcher-in-the-Rye-About-The-Catcher-in-the-Rye-Historical-Setting-of-The-Catcher-in-the-Rye.id-53,pageNum-10.html#ixzz0f4g5wiHq


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