Follow the successes and failures of a young family in Southern California. Live with them through earthquakes, A-bomb scares, Little League and Cub Scouts. Experience life-threatening accidents as part of growing up in the Golden State. Wonder how they could survive on a minimum wage of 75 cents an hour but marvel at the cost of goods in the fifties and sixties when gasoline was 19 cents a gallon and one could buy a starter home for less than twenty thousand dollars. The book is recent history on a very personal level. Try it - you'll like it.
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Published June 13, 2006
Biographies & Memoirs, Education & Reference.