Generation on Fire : Voices of Protest from the 1960s, An Oral History
By: Kisseloff, Jeff.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, 2006Description: 1 online resource (297 p.).ISBN: 9780813171562.Subject(s): Biography Political activists -- United States -- Interviews | Interviews -- United States | Oral history | United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- | United States - History - 1961-1969 | United States - Social conditions - 1960-1980Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Generation on Fire : Voices of Protest from the 1960s, An Oral HistoryDDC classification: 303.48 | 322.4097309046 LOC classification: E840.6Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front cover; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Bernard LaFayette; Bob Zellner; Gloria Richardson Dandridge; Paul Krassner; Lee Weiner; Daniel Berrigan; David Cline; Peter Berg; Elsa Marley Skylark; Marilyn Salzman Webb; Frank Kameny; Barry Melton; David Meggyesy; Verandah Porche; Doris Krause & Barry Levine; Thanks; For Futher Reading, Viewing, and Listening; Index
The political activism of the American counterculture during the 1960s remains a subject blighted by misconceptions and stereotypes. To many, the political thought of the 1960s is synonymous with widespread drug abuse, failed social experiments, and general irresponsibility. Despite sustained public interest, few remember that many of the freedoms and rights Americans enjoy today are the direct result of those who defiantly challenged the established order during this tumultuous period. The period frightened both mainstream and elite Americans and still does. In Generation on Fire, both wel
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