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I thought this book would be boring like all my other reading assignments but it actually had some interesting stuff!
Although it is fairly impossible to rid all bias and opinion from any given work, I felt that she could have made a much, much stronger attempt to say the least.
While May does address reproductive policy, this work suprisingly does not delve heavily into how anti-communism and reproductive bias paralleled eachother.
Forced to read this for a class. It's just a bunch of survey responses.Published 3 months ago by Raspberry Puppies
This was a textbook that was not required but - having read the excerpts - I had to own it.Published 3 months ago by Seattle Girl
I thought this book would be boring like all my other reading assignments but it actually had some interesting stuff! I am now going to reread it for my own personal enjoymentPublished 7 months ago by denise hernandez
So, apparently if I have seen something, then I still have to cite it from this era. Weird, because I saw all of this on television and read it in the magazines. Read morePublished 11 months ago by The Sassy Countess
Other reviewers complained that this wasn't history. If by that they meant it wasn't the nostalgia-soaked 1950s as Leave It To Beaver and Happy Days, they're right. Read morePublished 13 months ago by parallel
Elaine Tyler May opened her book, <i>Homeward Bound: American Families in the Cold War Era</i>, with a description of a 1959 publicity stunt. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Rebecca S Dobrinski
This book was given as reading for a 'normal' American History class at the college level. It belongs in a social history class or a feminist history class, her writing style takes... Read morePublished 17 months ago by R. Wilkenson