Sample Thesis Paper
These social advances extended to the 50s, as women were able to drive themselves.
The 50s presented the automotive industry with great change because the society too was changing. The independence women realized, while working during the Second World War, made more women want to own vehicles. This then created a new market for vehicles, as the prestige of owning one was heightened. At the same time the economic power of the family increased, making it possible for families to own cars.
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