In this volume, Nora Sayre explores the USA's transformation during the 1960s and 70s. She examines the landscapes of the era: student strikes at Harvard and Yale; anti-war veterans; John Birchers; Timothy Leary; Yippies and Aquarians; utopias gone wrong; George McGovern; Spiro Agnew; Richard Nixon; George Wallace; black anger at Watts; the media at work; policemen in college; off-off Broadway; the 1972 Democratic and Republican Conventions; and the rebirth of feminism. This book was nominated for the 1974 National Book Award.(Thus the problems of hitchhiking: aquot;You cana#39;t get a ride with long hair. ... aquot;Whata#39;s thisT With his hands over his head, Lockwood meekly replied, aquot;Thata#39;s my electric garage opener.aquot; aquot;Your whatT aquot;You press that litde button on and off and you can dig my garage door going up and down.aquot; Still ... who patrol the location, are very friendly to the company; they admire the professionalism of Stanley Kramera#39;s staff .
|Title||:||Sixties Going on Seventies|
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 1996|