The good old days--they were terrible!

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Random House, 1974 - Travel - 207 pages
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Looks at the negative aspects of American society between the 1860s and the early 1900s, including housing, education, food, travel, work, and health, illustrated with contemporary cartoons, prints, and photographs.

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Review: The Good Old Days--They Were Terrible!

User Review  - Phil - Goodreads

Ah, I love it when people bemoan the American nostalgia of yester-year "good old days." Everyone has forgotten what it was actually like at the turn of the century and how terrible it was. I'm sure in the future they will be writing books like this about how amazingly stupid we are today. Read full review

Review: The Good Old Days--They Were Terrible!

User Review  - Kenneth - Goodreads

A real eye-opener, especially if your ideas of what the "good old days" were like are mostly derived from movies and TV. Read full review

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