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Pat Thane

The experience of disabled children evacuated during the conflict.

A rare, and successful, attempt to reconstruct the experiences and emotions of parenting in the past.

Has the British family undergone an unparalleled breakdown since the 1960s, as is often claimed? Pat Thane argues that there never was a golden age of domestic bliss.

Pat Thane examines a publication on Britain in the 20th century and the military-industrial complex.
Pat Thane reviews two titles on poverty in London and across Britain in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Pat Thane reviews the first volume of a biography of the Conservative statesman and Prime Minister.
Pat Thane on a French philosophical approach to the history of the family
by J. Jean Hecht

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