Beacham's encyclopedia of social change: America in the twentieth century, Volume 3
Beacham Pub. Corp., 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1999 pages
Traces the evolution of social ideas and values in the United States during the twentieth century, using such indicators as advertising, crime and justice, family life, fashion, music, race and class, sex and gender, and work.
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