The History Today Podcast: October 31st

In this episode of the podcast, Tim Stanley talks about the changing face of the American nuclear family.

Tim, who is associate fellow of the Rothermere American Institute,  normally writes our Contrarian column each month, but in the November issue he has an article that explores how the nuclear family that emerged in the United States during the 1950s has had a lasting impact on American culture and conservatism. In this podcast, he discusses with History Today editor Paul Lay how this can be seen through television, in particular the sitcom.

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