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The Cambridge Social History of Britain, 1750-1950

by F. M. L. Thompson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0521438152, Paperback)

Volume Two explores the questions of social structure, social mobility and class relations. Family and household, the social implications of demographic change, jobs, working and housing conditions, and family relations were all crucial elements in the shaping of group consciousness; these form the main themes of this volume. With chapters on nutrition, patterns of food and drink consumption and leisure activities, a comprehensive overview is built up on the way the social order has been changed.

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