Moments of Modernity: Reconstructing Britain, 1945-1964
Becky Conekin, Frank Mort, Chris Waters
Rivers Oram Press, 1999 - History - 290 pages
This work examines the two decades after World War II in terms of political and economic change, highlighting economic growth and modernisation; the rise of affluence; and the development of the welfare state and social stability. It also draws upon popular cultural changes.
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