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He illustrates how factors such as family affluence and circumstances, gender, "race" and ethnicity continued to mediate the experience of growing up in this post-war period.
He concludes many more local s of the I dont want to give up hope yet of youth are needed before any attempt is made at an inclusive national historical synthesis of growing up in Canada after the Second World War.