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The term pop art is an abbreviation for popular art. This movement is distinguished by
The Pop Art movement used common everyday objects to portray elements of popular culture, primarily images in advertising and television.
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User: The term pop art is an abbreviation for popular art. This movement is distinguished by

Weegy: The Pop Art movement used common everyday objects to portray elements of popular culture, primarily images in advertising and television.
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Weegy: Before the baby boomers came of age, it was a different world. Some like to view that time as "the good old days" which were far from perfect, but easily predictable. [ The men were the bread winners while the women stayed home with the 2.5 children in the homes with the white picket fence. If you played by the rules, your company would give you a gold watch at retirement and you could live out your golden years around your family until you died at the life expectancy of 70 years old. Of course it was not like that, not for everyone. This is part of the reason the 1960's became turbulent. For those who just didn't seem like the American dream would ever come true, they started to speak up. They were getting angry and were not going to take it anymore. The decade started with the highest of idealism and ended with cynicism and violence that would forever shake up our innocence. Ideas for world peace, letting all people get along, cleaning up the earth were still there, but militant groups would not be satisfied with the quiet ways to get things done. The holders of the status quo were set in their ways. Then things started to get out of control in the 1963 when they shot John F. Kennedy. ]
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