The Gifted Generation
Professor David Goldfield talked about his book The Gifted Generation, in which he reports on how federal legislation following World War II affected the lives of Americans, from housing and education to civil rights and immigration.
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David Goldfield Professor University of North Carolina, Charlotte->History Department
R. Crosby Kemper III Executive Director Kansas City Public Television
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