Did your sweetie money stretch to Spangles and sherbet dips? Did you beg you parents for a chopper bike or a frisbee? This collection of reminiscences, original advertisments and personal photographs should ring bells with all those who grew up in the era of glitter, flares and bad taste.
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Alison Pressley has once again collected the reminiscences, magic moments and turbulent times of a new generation in The Seventies. Seventies children were the last to enjoy the new prosperity and freedom of the sixties and the first to taste the new consumerism and ethos of Thatcher's Britain. Here their experience is captured in a beautifully presented collection, illustrated with original ephemera, advertising material and personal photographs.
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Book Description Michael Omara, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111854796909