2 edition of bad old days. found in the catalog.
bad old days.
|LC Classifications||PN5123.G717 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||52032065|
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A young man tripped and fell as he entered the subway car in front of me. As I bent down to help him, I realized that someone had taken my wallet out of my back : Robert Sheridan. For many, especially those on the political left, the s are the "bad old days." The widely accepted list of what was allegedly wrong with that decade includes the Cold War, McCarthyism, racial segregation, self-satisfied prosperity, and empty materialism. The failings are coupled with ignoring poverty and other social problems, complacency.
The Good Old Days - They Were Terrible! is archivist and historian's Otto Bettman lively romp through late 19th century America. Bettman intends to prove that this period of American history was not the idyllic "good old days" they have become in the minds of contemporary Americans. The good old days, or the bad old days? What were they really like? Tony Nolan has choses some passages from more than eighty early books, journals, magazines and newsoaoers to illustrated the point of view that the good old days were really the bad old days.
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The Bad old Days is a book which points out that the 's was not a decade consisting of conformism, racism, and other ills as described by the New Left. The book itself is slender and it focuses on various factors of life in the 's, such as the move to the suburbs, and the enormous economic by: 1.
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Bad Old Days shows that the conventional view of the s stands in opposition to the reality of the decade. Far from being the dismal prelude to a glorious period of progress, the postwar period of the late s and s was an era of unprecedented progress and by: 1. The Bad Old Days. A Century Of Life In The Young Colony Of New Zealand book.
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The widely accepted list of what was allegedly wrong with that decade includes the Cold War, McCarthyism, racial segregation, self-satisfied prosperity, and empty materialism.
The failings are coupled with ignoring poverty and other social problems, Author: Alan J. Levine. The good old days were good for but the privileged few.
For the farmer, the laborer, the average breadwinner, life was an unremitting hardship. This segment of the populace was exploited or lived in the shadow of total neglect. And youth had no voice.
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London: Faber, 1st edition, 8vo, pp, previous owner's name/date ffep, couple of very minor ink splashes to spine o/w VG Copy in DJ faded and very mildly splashed at faded spine with shallow loss at the head.
First Edition. Hard Cover. Very.Whether you were alive then and remember "The Good Old Days", or are new to them, you will enjoy this book. These are the things that made us what we are today, and you and your children will gain a new appreciation of what our families went through, both good and bad.5/5(1).For many, especially those on the political left, the s are the "bad old days".
This work shows that the commonly accepted picture of the s is flawed. It shows that the conventional view of the s stands in opposition to the reality of the decade.