Compare & Contrast Suspicion by Dorothy L. Sayers

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1930s: The average British household consists of 3.7 persons. For couples married between 1930 and 1934, the average number of children is 2.08.

1990s: The average British household has less than 2 children.

1930s: The death rate is around 12 people per 1,000.

1990s: The death rate is 10.7 people per 1,000.

1930s: Britain and France declare war on Germany, which starts World War II.

1990s: Britain, as a part of the United Nations, fights in the Persian Gulf War. British and American soldiers and troops from many other coun countries fight against Iraq after that country invades Kuwait.

1930s: The Labour government resigns over budget disputes. The prime minister forms an emergency coalition government comprised of Conservatives and Liberals.

1990s: The British vote the Conservatives out of office.

1930s: Britain develops into a "social service state." From 1934 onward, legislation is instituted that ensures a social security system that ranks among the most...

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