1965.0 Terrie Petree

ISBN: 9780737715095

Published: March 12th 2004

Paperback

154 pages


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1965.0  by  Terrie Petree

1965.0 by Terrie Petree
March 12th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 154 pages | ISBN: 9780737715095 | 9.22 Mb

Greenhaven Presss The Turbulent 60s series explores a remarkably influential decade in American history. Each anthology in this ten-volume set covers one year from the 1960s and offers an array of primary and secondary sources that illuminate thatMoreGreenhaven Presss The Turbulent 60s series explores a remarkably influential decade in American history. Each anthology in this ten-volume set covers one year from the 1960s and offers an array of primary and secondary sources that illuminate that years major events and developments. The civil rights movement, the Vietnam War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Kennedy assassination, the Woodstock music festival, and other social, cultural, and political events are brought to life through primary documents and retrospective analysis.

A short summary introduces each article and provides context and biographical information. A comprehensive introduction examines the prevailing trends and mood of the year. Additional features of the series include a chronology of events for easy reference, an annotated table of contents, and a bibliography and index to facilitate further research.

The Turbulent 60s series captures both the turmoil and optimism that marked a decade of dramatic change in America. In the middle of the turbulent sixties 1965 was a a year of outcry in which Americans reacted, physically and verbally, to the tumult of political and social upheaval that defined the decade. This anthology explores the salient events that incited the rebellions, protests, and movements during the year when it seemed that all Americans were standing up and speaking out.



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