August 2, 2004 by University of California Press .
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Moment of Grace by Michael Johns is a captivating book that explores the dynamics and evolution of urban communities in the United States during the 1950s. Published on August 2, 2004, this book offers readers a deep dive into the history and sociological aspects of American cities during this transformative era.
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