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The end of World War II signals the end of fifteen years of social, political and economic upheaval.

The post-war baby boom and government economic and social policies give rise to unprecedented prosperity and growth for Canadian communities. Television becomes a powerful new tool with social and political consequences. But in the midst of plenty, growing fears of the Cold War and nuclear conflict create an unsettled atmosphere.

Canada: A People's History (www.cbc.ca/ history/ ) 

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