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|ISBN:||1565105265 9781565105263 1565105257 9781565105256|
|Description:||268 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||America should send a man to the moon / John F. Kennedy --
America's race to the moon is misguided / Carl Dreher --
The American people and government should strive to create a "Great Society" / Lyndon B. Johnson --
America's greatness demands reduction in government / Barry Goldwater --
President Johnson's Great Society is providing creative solutions for America's problems / Max Ways --
President Johnson's Great Society is not solving America's problems / Paul Goodman and Richard Flacks --
Americans should support the Vietnam War / Lyndon B. Johnson --
Americans should oppose the Vietnam War / Martin Luther King Jr. --
Vietnam War dissenters are helping America / J. William Fulbright --
Vietnam War dissenters are weakening America / Dwight D. Eisenhower --
The student movement is a necessary response to problems in American society / Students for a Democratic Society --
The student movement stems from boredom and rebelliousness / Irving Kristol --
Hippies are creating a desirable social revolution / Sonny, interviewed by Lewis Yablonsky --
Hippies are not creating a desirable social revolution / Jack Newfield and the Communications Company --
Woodstock proves the viability of countercultural ideals / Margaret Mead --
Woodstock does not prove the viability of countercultural ideals / Philip P. Ardery Jr. --
The civil rights struggle brings hope for black Americans / Martin Luther King Jr. --
The civil rights struggle has brought despair to black Americans / Julius Lester --
Rioters should be condemned for rejecting law and order / Richard Nixon --
Riots should be understood as social revolutions / Tom Hayden --
The women's liberation movement is a positive force / Mary C. Segers --
The women's liberation movement is not a positive force / Anne Bernays --
Activists of the sixties were idealistic and visionary / Edward P. Morgan --
Activists of the sixties were elitist and alienating / David Farber.
|Series Title:||American history series (San Diego, Calif.)|
|Responsibility:||William Dudley, book editor.|
- United States -- History -- 1961-1969 -- Sources.
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1961-1963 -- Sources.
- United States -- Politics and government -- 1963-1969 -- Sources.
- United States -- Social conditions -- 1960-1980 -- Sources.
- Politics and government.
- Social conditions.
- United States.
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