to Coontz, how was the family of the 50s different than rest of the century?
did women and society as well see the role and status of women in the 50s?
does the author question the reality of typical family life that TV portrayed?
did men and women accept these social roles?
traditional was the family when it came to sexuality in this decade?
Why were comic books slow to adjust to the struggle against communism?
How did comic books’ portrayal or handling of the Korean War reflect the different nature of this conflict?
Why did superhero comic books fail miserably in dealing with the Cold War?
Why did other comic books do well with communism theme?
What did romance comic books have to do with the Cold War? What specific themese or messages did these romance comic books promote?
How did EC comic books differ from others in the industry?
Why the renewed crisis regarding comic books and youth in the mid 1950s?
What was the impact of the Senate Hearings on Comic Books in 1954?
What was the strengths and weaknesses of the CMAA?
is the subject of his commentary?
or what challenged his stars?
did CBS intervene?
did CBS attempt to avoid such threats in the future?
kind of evidence was used to blacklist?
or who was missing in this red hunting?
trend does he speak of that is dangerous?
had happened to thought and free speech?
does he criticize American method of defeating communism?
does he perceive or view threat of communism in the US?
is he concerned about the impact of this fear on the young?
is the danger of orthodoxy or narrowed free speech?
is the meaning of his statement that US should be tolerant of a “whole
marketplace of ideas”?
is the meaning of his statement that US was adopting the “policemen’s
philosophy from the enemy we detest?”