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They were hungry for some recognition of their generation, some validation, and when it came, they embraced it.
Momentum started to build as this generation developed their own image and style, combined with the purchasing power of an increasingly influential demographic.
John Mc Keon recalled, "What I remember most about the 50s were rules. To quote Michael Ventura, who was there: For one thing, for us white kids, the real '50s was only the latter half of the decade, because we didn't have rock'n'roll until well into 1955, and in terms of popular culture the decade would hardly be worth mentioning without rock'n'roll.
For another, the feel of the time has not only been forgotten but also erased.
Teen dances were shut down, rock'n'roll records were banned, and students were expelled for a multitude of rule infractions.