Tag Archives: The Sixties

Everything That Good Honest Americans Should Hate

Those of us who graduated from college in 1969, as the curtain came down on the cultural/political/sexual/musical revolution that changed America and the world forever – if it did – turn seventy this year. That’s old, but we left the … Continue reading

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The Rural Mandate

The sixties ended two years early, in 1968, with the election of Richard Nixon. Jack Kennedy had been assassinated early on, and then, in 1968, it was Martin Luther King, and then Bobby Kennedy – and all the antiwar protests … Continue reading

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