The 50s seem like a simpler time -- although many of us forget its oppression and racial inequality.
This is an era when people consumed TV dinners and watched Elvis gyrate while awaiting the outcome of the Cold War. It was a time when people became aware of the larger issues around the world and when the civil rights movement began to take shape.
You belong in the 50s because you notice the little things and take the time to smell the roses. You have the courage to stand up for your values, but you prefer the simple things in life... from family camping trips and visits to National Parks. You respect life's traditions and rarely question their origins, because change just isn't something you're comfortable with.