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The pinch : how the baby boomers took their children's future - and why they should give it back

著者: David Willetts
出版商: London : Atlantic Books, 2010.
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This text argues that the baby boomer generation have thrived at the expense of their children. Social, cultural and economic provision has been made for the reigning section of society, whilst the needs of the next generation have taken a back seat.
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所有的著者/提供者: David Willetts
ISBN: 9781848872318 1848872313
OCLC号码: 467775057
描述: xxii, 314 p. ; 25 cm.
责任: David Willetts.

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Argues that the baby boomer generation have thrived at the expense of their children. This book offers an account of intergenerational relations in Britain. It is suitable for parents and  再读一些...

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