Way Things Never Were, The

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It seems like kids are always hearing stories about America in the “good old days.” But, in fact, the 1950s and 1960s were not as carefree as they sometimes seem. Through fascinating stories, advertisements, facts and photographs, Norman H. Finkelstein invites people of all generations to decide for themselves. The New York Times Book Review said this book is ” useful for inquiring young researchers looking for odd angles and, ideally might even provoke talk between young readers and parents.”

Pages: 104

Pages: 104

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We chose this book because it was the best we could find that explained some details about Johnson’s Great Society. There are eight chapters that describe aspects of daily life: food, the environment, safety, transportation, and more.

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