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Review: Homeward Bound: American Families In The Cold War EraUser Review - Roy Rogers - Goodreads
excellent overview of the reactionary gender/family of the 1950s and early 1960s. key argument is that "Cold War" era gender norms were new, not a return to traditionalism. perhaps a bit too aggressively argued at moments, but generally quite powerful and convincing. Read full review
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Review: Homeward Bound: American Families In The Cold War EraUser Review - Michele - Goodreads
Not my favorite era in history, but this was a very readable book. Read full review
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