The 1960s: American Popular Culture Through History by Edward J. Rielly

By Edward J. Rielly

This ebook describes the real alterations in American society throughout the 60s, from feminism and civil rights to the Cuban Missile main issue. person chapters discover numerous features of pop culture, together with ads, style, literature, song, visible arts, and commute. Supplemental assets comprise a timeline of significant occasions, an intensive bibliography for additional analyzing, and a topic index. This booklet describes the real adjustments in American society in the course of the 60s, from feminism and civil rights to the Cuban Missile challenge. person chapters discover a variety of facets of pop culture, together with ads, type, literature, song, visible arts, and shuttle. Supplemental assets comprise a timeline of significant occasions, an intensive bibliography for extra examining, and a subject matter index.

Iconoclasts similar to Muhammad Ali, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Namath, Ralph Nader, and Andy Warhol introduced colour and controversy to this tumultuous decade, whereas cultural occasions akin to the Stonewall March, The Graduate, and the Monterey Pop pageant supplied indelible pictures of a bellwether time in American society. no matter if it used to be Beatlemania, bell-bottoms, or bumper stickers, the cultural contributions of the 60s confirmed that the days have been certainly a-changin'.

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