In America Divided, Maurice Isserman and Michael Kazin provide the definitive history of the s, in a book that tells a compelling tale filled with fresh and. America Divided: The Civil War of the s, Fifth Edition, is the definitive interpretive survey of the political, social, and cultural history of s America. Written. In this revised edition of America Divided: The Civil War of the s, historians Maurice Isserman and Michael Kazin update their critically-acclaimed and.
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He lives in upstate New York. Ranging from the s right up to the debacle of Watergate, Isserman a noted historian of the Left and Kazin a leading Defenders of the Unborn Daniel K.
Cohen and Krysten Connon. In order to do so, they expand their narrative beyond the borders of a single decade, offering brief histories to any event, issue or aspect of American culture they believe is related divides the s f.
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Choose your country or region Close. There was a problem adding your email address. Preface Introduction Chapter 1. Maurice IssermanMichael Kazin. Obama’s Time Morton Keller. They argue persuasively how the spirit of reform developed into radicalism and rebellion by black militants and SDS activists which, in turn, led to assassinations, political disarray and cultural anarchy that brought an end to liberalism as a dominant ideological stance and established an era of political, economic, and cultural conservatism that now deminates the country the authors believe that even Democrat Bill Clinton’s major accomplishments in office were ones that conservatives had long advocated.
Maurice Isserman is the William R. Sugrue, University of Pennsylvania. Gathering of the Forces Chapter 2. Rather than writing history from the perspective of those in power, the authors concentrate on the energy and thrust of the social reform movements and the anti-Vietnam War protests in the s.
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Policing youth Louise A. Never before have all sides of the many political, social, and cultural conflicts been so well defined, discussed, and analyzed–all in a swiftly moving narrative. The Politics of Consolation Christina Simko. An American History and Barons of Labor. The Politics of Consolation Christina Simko. Popular passages Page 3 – Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord: This war had its origins in the s, they observe, in a time when a golden age of post-WWII prosperity ran counter to an escalating Cold War, which cost a fortune and led to the economic dislocations and spiraling inflation of the succeeding decade.
Community Organizing and the New Left The Civil War of the sFifth Edition, is the definitive interpretive survey of the political, social, and cultural history of s America.
Ranging from the s right up to the debacle of Watergate, Isserman a noted historian of the Left and Kazin a leading specialist in populist movements not only recount the public and private actions of the era’s many powerful political figures, but also shed light on isseman social, cultural, and grassroots political movements of the decade. The New Left Chapter Oxford University Press- History – pages. Ebook This title is available as an ebook.
Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert. A thoroughly detailed, well-written history of the tumultuous recent past. Isserman, a specialist in leftist politics, and Kazin, a student of modern conservativism, make a solid tag team. Isserman and Kazin grapple with the abundant paradoxes of an era of youthful activism and resurgent conservatism, of sexual revolution and religious revival, of naive political optimism and growing distrust in government.
Drawing upon the latest scholarship, they include new insights into the Black Ordeal Black Freedom. Written by two top experts on the era–Maurice Isserman, a historian of American radicalism, and Michael Kazin, a specialist in social movements–this book provides a compelling americw of this tumultuous era filled with fresh and persuasive insights.