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smartwatches for kids
After WWII and up until the early 1960's, the U.S. experienced a "coming of age." Like a kid in one of Norman Rockwell paintings who suddenly jumped out of the portrait, after WWII the country poured all its energy into "setting the table" with an abundance of food, a vague glow through a restaurant window during the "depression" years before World War II.

Norman Rockwell's kid had it all, maybe too much. The children smartwatches for kids of the WWII generation grew up lacking something. Their mothers and fathers during the war years had "hope," the so-called "baby boomers" had Life Buoy soap. The boomer's reaction was sometimes rebellious, captured in music and film. In the mid-1950's the marquee for a movie titled, Rebel Without a Cause, replaced the WWII "Uncle Sam Needs You!" poster. Songs by musicians like Buddy Holly and Elvis Presley gave the new generation a sense of spirituality, an identity.

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