THE GREATEST GENERATION GROWS UP: American Childhood in the 1930s
This work describes an America in which education came to be considered a necessity in American life: children in school were seen as more productive than children in low-paying jobs or on the road without work, hopping freight trains. Schools also strengthened age distinctions among children and segregated them further from the world of adults. Photos.
Publisher: Ivan R. Dee
Item #: 1921584
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