Debating the 1960s Liberal, Conservative, and Radical Perspectives
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Description: Debating the 1960s explores the decade through the controversies between radicals, liberals, and conservatives. The focus is on four main areas of contention social welfare; civil rights; foreign relations; and social order. The book also examines the emergence of the New Left and the modern conservative movement. Combining analytical essays and historical documents, the book highlights the polarization of the era and assesses the enduring importance of the 1960s on contemporary American politics and society.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/20/2007
Size: 9.00" wide x 6.00" long x 0.75" tall
Michael W. Flamm is associate professor of history at Ohio Wesleyan University. He is coauthor of The Chicago Handbook of Teaching. He lives in Columbus, Ohio.
|The Liberal-Radical Debates of the 1960s|
|Excerpts from "The Port Huron Statement," Students for a Democratic Society (1962)|
|John F. Kennedy's Radio and Television Report to the American People on Civil Rights (June 11, 1963)|
|Lyndon Baines Johnson, "Remarks on Signing the Economic Opportunity Act" (August 20, 1964)|
|Carl Wittman and Tom Hayden, "An Interracial Movement of the Poor?" (1963)|
|Lyndon Baines Johnson, "Peace Without Conquest" (April 7, 1965)|
|Paul Potter, "Name the System!" (April 17, 1965)|
|Excerpts from Rights in Conflict: Chicago's 7 Brutal Days, A Report Submitted by Daniel Walker, Director of the Chicago Study Team, to the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, 168-77 (1968)|
|The Liberal-Conservative Debates of the 1960s|
|The Sharon Statement (September 11, 1960)|
|Principles of the John Birch Society (1962)|
|Excerpts from John F. Kennedy's Commencement Address, American University (June 10, 1963)|
|Excerpts from Lyndon B. Johnson's Commencement Address, University of Michigan (May 22, 1964)|
|Excerpts from Barry Goldwater's Acceptance Speech, Republican National Convention (July 16, 1964)|
|Excerpts from Ronald Reagan, "A Time for Choosing" (October 27, 1964)|
|Excerpts from Richard Nixon's Acceptance Speech, Republican National Convention (August 8, 1968)|
|About the Authors|