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Now and tomorrow; the rhetoric of culture in transition

Author: Tom E Kakonis; James C Wilcox
Publisher: Lexington, Mass., Heath [1971]
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom E Kakonis; James C Wilcox
OCLC Number: 129000
Description: x, 404 pages 21 cm
Contents: The character of American culture / D.W. Brogan --
The film generation / Stanley Kauffmann --
Why tribe / Gary Snyder --
America / Allen Ginsberg --
James Bond : culture hero / George Grella --
Media as translators / Marshall McLuhan --
Can you believe your eyes? / Henry Fairlie --
What TV is doing to our children / Wilbur Schramm --
Television : window on culture or reflection in the glass? / Aubrey Singer --
Pause now, and consider ... / Tom Wolfe --
How drastically has television changed our politics? / Arthur Schlesinger --
Why I want to be president / Dick Gregory --
The ballot or the bullet / Malcolm X --
Look out, Whitey! Black power's gon' get your mama / Julius Lester --
The Port Huron statement / SDS- Tom Hayden --
The demonstrators / Eudora Welty --
April 1962 / Paul Goodman --
Book review of High priest and The politics of ecstacy by Timothy Leary / Rollo May. Why intelligent young people take drugs / Graham B. Blaine --
The cool ones / Douglas H. Heath --
Why they'd rather do their own thing / Seymour L. Halleck --
The younger generation / Spencer Brown --
A generation in search of a future / George Wald --
A social history of the hippies / Warren Hinckle --
Stirling / Clancy Sigal --
Auto wreck / Karl Shapiro --
The city and the machine / Lewis Mumford --
Are cities dead? / Robert Moses --
Cities / Ira Mothner --
The passing of Bughouse Square / William G. Carleton --
Earth National Park / Sierra Club Publication --
Environment and the economy / John G. Mitchell --
No more masterpieces / Antonin Artaud --
Notes on "camp" / Susan Sontag --
The revolutionary theatre / LeRoi Jones --
The message of history's biggest happening / Time Essay --
The sounds of new music / J.L. Simmons & Barry Winograd --
Movies : where anything goes / Judith Crist --
Film has nothing to do with literature / Ingmar Bergman --
"I have a dream ..." / Martin Luther King, Jr. --
A new vision, a better tomorrow / Julian Bond --
The ability to face whatever comes / Tom Hayden --
The tradition of the future / Allan Nevins.
Responsibility: [by] Tom E. Kakonis [and] James C. Wilcox.

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