Die at the Right Time!: A Subjective Cultural History of the American Sixties

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Gegensatz Press, Sep 21, 2009 - History - 546 pages
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Parts will make you laugh, parts will make you think, parts will make you angry, parts will make you sick. Go for it all!
 

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Beautiful writings. Should be very proud of this work, excellent comments and discussions. Musical analysis undertaken with scholarly interpretation.
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Contents

Philosophical Introduction and Prologue Dont ask why just do it
1
Chronology of the American Sixties
27
Spring 1964 Beatlemania
59
Summer 1964 Finding our feet in the Great Society
69
Fall 1964 Dont trust anyone over thirty
81
Spring 1965 Not by any means but by any means necessary
97
Summer 1965 Help
111
Fall 1965 Turn Turn Turn
125
Spring 1968 I feel free
263
Summer 1968 The whole worlds watching
289
Fall 1968 Look for the best Expect the worst Take what you get
319
Spring 1969 Hey Dick
345
Summer 1969 Give peace a chance
371
Fall 1969 Bring all the GIs home now
389
Spring 1970 We aint gonna party no more
417
Summer 1970 Wake up niggers
437

Spring 1966 Anyone who thinks that individuality means being different need not apply
145
Summer 1966 It cant happen here
165
Fall 1966 For what its worth
183
Spring 1967 Turn on Tune in Drop out
199
Summer 1967 All you need is love
221
Fall 1967 Music Truth
243
Fall 1970 Power to the people
455
Epilogue Them hippies was right
469
Bibliography
491
Index
505
Die at the Right Time
537
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