The nuclear family, ideology and AIDS in the thatcher years

  title={The nuclear family, ideology and AIDS in the thatcher years},
  author={Philip Aneurin Thomas},
  journal={Feminist Legal Studies},
  • P. Thomas
  • Published 1 March 1993
  • Political Science
  • Feminist Legal Studies
Superman vs. Nick O’Teen: anti-smoking campaigns and children in 1980s Britain
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Current developments
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Theoretical Framework
  • Lara Hierro
  • Library of Public Policy and Public Administration
  • 2020
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