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Product NameTwentieth Century's Child
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Long DescriptionTWENTIETH CENTURY'S CHILD describes five generations of a family who experienced the good, the bad, the funny and sometimes sad events that impacted their lives. New author, Betsy Schenck, adds emphasis and interest with historical contexts of the times.
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