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If Matthew is indeed permanently killed off, it would be fascinating to see a historically accurate depiction of the contrast between poor and wealthy single mothers of that period, in Ethel and Mary. I'd also like to see more historically accurate explorations of that time woven into the plotlines (as with the introduction of the telephone into the house) inventions, health care practices, world affairs, the rise of manufacturing, and the birthright class system in Great Britain.


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