Walt Disney and Disneyland

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History

 

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Stacey S

 

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June 18, 2017

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Nearly all the Disney films and merchandise, and all of the amusement parks target an audience of young children, and therefore Disney endorses his creations with stories containing good morals and an emphasis on maintaining innocence. When Disney first started creating his hit animated features, the nation was in a postwar state and was going through some turmoil within itself as well...
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The pristine lives most of the adults of the 1950’s had been living were no longer so pure due to the war and the growing popularity of the media (for example, motion pictures, radios, etc.) in every day lives. The standard morals of the country were undergoing a transformation. Walt Disney recognized this and sought to provide an outlet for those longing for the ethics from the days of yore...
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