Historians should be able to look at this video as see the reactions both negative and positive of a white population when a black family moves into the growing subdivisions in the post war era. The community of Levittown, PA had mixed feeling and showed many fears when the Myers family integrated into the 60,000 people population. These fears could be seen as common in the generations, but also statistically proved to be wrong. The investments that families were making into the “American Dream” at that time were shared not only by whites but also blacks. The middle class family wanted to have the economic opportunity to grow and give their children a better life. This can be seen as a test for historians to see the reactions and refer to the statistics that they talked about with the fears of economic loss, loss of status, violence, and inter marriage. If we could have shown what we know now to the people in Levittown then, do you think we could have changed some of the minds in the community? Maybe we could, but that was also a time when people went off how they were raised.