Hindsight Is 20/20: Plastic Frames (Part 2)

PART 2: THE MODERN ERA

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With the end of World War II came a new era of optimism for America: soldiers were returning home, the economy was booming, and everyone was going to live in houses made of ticky tacky. At the forefront of all of this was an inexpensive miracle material with endless applications—not necessarily new, but improved and now more widely implemented than ever before: plastic.

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