A 1970s Childhood: From Glam Rock to Happy Days - Derek Tait Reviews
Description:ISBN 0752463446 / Paperback: 192 pages / Publisher: The History Press Ltd / Published: 1 Sep 2011 / Language: English / Paperback: 192 ... more
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The 1970s. The decade that taste forgot, we are sometimes told. It was an era in which Labour and Conservative governments in Britain grappled and not very successfully with an ever-recurring balance of payments crisis, powercuts, states of emergency, the IRA and numerous other evils, as recounted recently in painstaking detail in weightier tomes than this by contemporary historians like Dominic Sandbrook and Andy Beckett. Was it like that all the time? Well, no, and especially not if you were growing up, still at school, and only vaguely aware of any of these things, but more preoccupied in the general trivia which was and is part of the teenage world. THE ... Read the complete review