The 1960s Cultural Revolution (inbunden)
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The 1960s Cultural Revolution (inbunden)

The 1960s Cultural Revolution

A Reference Guide, 2nd Edition

Inbunden Engelska, 2020-07-28
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The 1960s Cultural Revolution is a highly readable and valuable resource revisiting personalities and events that sparked the cultural revolutions that have become synonymous with the 1960s. The 1960s Cultural Revolution: A Reference Guide is an engagingly written book that considers the forces that shaped the 1960s and made it the unique era that it was. An introductory historical overview provides context and puts the decade in perspective. With a focus on social and cultural history, subsequent chapters focus on the New Left, the antiwar movement, the counterculture, and 1968, a year that stands alone in American history. The book also includes a wealth of reference material, a comprehensive timeline of events, biographical profiles of key players, primary documents that enhance the significance of the social, political, and cultural climate, a glossary of key terms, and a carefully selected annotated bibliography of print and nonprint sources for further study. * Offers an accessible overview of the 1960s cultural revolution that uniquely brings together narrative, biographies, primary source materials, and analysis * Shares a new perspective on an era that is part of the core curriculum of American history * Provides context essential to appreciating the interests, ideas, and individuals responsible for shaping the cultural revolution of the 1960s * Acts as a research guide for high school and undergraduate students * Includes an annotated bibliography of print and online primary and secondary sources to encourage further study
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John C. McWilliams is retired from the Department of History at Penn State University. He has written extensively about the 1960s.