Unsung Sixties Helene Curtiss

ISBN: 9781861770448

Published: April 28th 2004

Paperback

416 pages


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Unsung Sixties  by  Helene Curtiss

Unsung Sixties by Helene Curtiss
April 28th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 416 pages | ISBN: 9781861770448 | 4.61 Mb

This work captures the rapid growth of social organizations in 1960s England, vividly detailing what if felt like to be there at the beginning of a social organization and the dire political and economic circumstances that prompted their creation.MoreThis work captures the rapid growth of social organizations in 1960s England, vividly detailing what if felt like to be there at the beginning of a social organization and the dire political and economic circumstances that prompted their creation.

Collecting stories from the inspired groups that created many of modern Englands most prominent community institutions, this book conveys the struggles and success of these groups, explaining how, in time, many came to be accepted aspects of the English social fabric. Thirty-eight important figures from this tumultuous time in British history are interviewed, including the founders of groups like Shelter, the Claimants Union, and the North Kensington Law Centre.



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