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PART ONE: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND Defining the Sixties and the New Left America in the 1950's: The Best of all Possible Worlds The New Left's Origins in the Old Left PART TWO, 1955-1965: The Renewal of Dissent The Black Freedom Struggle: From 'Civil Rights' to 'Freedom Now' Challenging the Cold War: 'Ban the Bomb! Fair Play for Cuba' Northern Students Demand 'Free Speech' and 'participatory Democracy' Underground Feminists and Homophiles 'The Problems That Have No Name' Vietnam and 'The War at Home' Black Power 'A Nation Within a Nation' Red Brown, and Yellow Power in 'Occupied America' The New Feminism and Women's Liberation: 'The Personal is Political' From Gay Liberation to Gay Rights: 'Out of the Closets and Into the Streets' Winning and Losing at the Same Time: The New Left Becomes America
Gosse, one of the foremost historians of the American postwar left, has crafted an engaging and concise synthetic history of the varied movements and organizations that have been placed under the broad umbrella known as the New Left. As one reader notes, gosse 'has accomplished something difficult and rare, if not altogether unique, in providing a studied and moving account of the full array of protest movements - from civil rights and Black Power, to student and antiwar protest, to women's and gay liberation, to Native American, Asian American, and Puerto Rican activism - that defined the American sixties as an era of powerfully transformative rebellions...His is a 'big-tent' view that shows just how rich and varied 1960s protest was.' In contrast to most other accounts of this subject, the SDS and white male radicals are taken out of the center of the story and placed more toward its margins. A prestigious project from a highly respected historian, The New Left in the United States, 1955-1975 will be a must-read for anyone interested in American politics of the postwar era.
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PDF-ebook
Language
english 
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02-99
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240
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Palgrave Macmillan US
place of publication
New York/US
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Published
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DG2366892

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