Eduqas Component 1D Austerity, affluence and discontent: Britain, 1951–1979
Traditionally, women were expected to be wives and mothers, looking after their house, their husband and their children. In the 1960s most women were married by the age of 22 and most children were born to mothers under the age of 25. This was especially true for working-class women.
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