The invisible scar

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D. McKay Co., Jun 1, 1966 - Business & Economics - 364 pages
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Review: Invisible Scar: The Great Depression, & What It Did to American Life, from Then Until Now

User Review  - David Oser - Goodreads

Really good. It's a great social history both of the 1930s and the 1960s when it was written. Read full review

Review: Invisible Scar: The Great Depression, & What It Did to American Life, from Then Until Now

User Review  - Raymond - Goodreads

Invisible scars were borne by a host of Americans who lived through the Great Depression of the 1930s. Caroline Bird's book, "Invisible Scar," was made largely incidental through the passing of ... Read full review

Contents

CRASH
1
THE DISCOVERY OF POVERTY
22
SUPERFLUOUS PEOPLE
41
Copyright

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