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A better tomorrow or back to normal? How societies grappled with the aftermaths of past crises
2020 has been a year of crisis - from the pandemic to racial injustice and police brutality. That’s inspired calls for big changes to our government, economy and way of life. We look at how Western societies responded when faced with similar situations after the two world wars.
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