It's Saturday Morning.
You run downstairs as the sun comes up and frantically flip the television
on. Entering into a cartoon wonderland, you sit back and relax for
what could be hours of entertainment until your parents wake up. You
revel in discovering what new adventures your animated friends will
encounter this week.
The cartoons of the 1980's hold a special place in the hearts of
those who remember them well. This nostaligic desire manifests itself
in memorabilia, ranging from t-shirts to lunchboxes that people
still collect and wear today. It is a sub-culture that has been
educated to the same values by the same group of teachers.
This site is dedicated to those educators that reached millions
of children in the 1980's. It analyzes how the saturday morning institution
subtly introduced children to the values of American culture through clever
and enthralling cartoons.