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Special relations : the Americanization of Britain?

Author: Howard LeRoy Malchow
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, cop. 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A study of Anglo-American cultural and countercultural exchange from the mid Fifties to the mid-Seventies, Special Relations explores aspects of London modernism, the anti-war movement, student  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Howard LeRoy Malchow
ISBN: 9780804773997 0804773998
OCLC Number: 758538109
Description: 1 v. (XVII-368 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents: Preface : Trafalgar Square, 19/20 July 1969 --
London, USA? --
The embassy and the crowd --
US/Us : the left's special relationship --
From the Albert Hall to a British counterculture --
California dreamin' --
Venues of liberation --
Anglo-American black liberation --
Riding the second wave : the American face of women's liberation in Britain --
Coming out and coming together : Anglo-American gay liberation --
Dystopias --
British "heritage" and the transatlantic marketplace --
Mecklenburgh Square --
Postscript : to the bicentennial/jubilee.
Other Titles: Preface : Trafalgar Square, 19/20 July 1969.
London, USA?
Embassy and the crowd.
US/Us : the left's special relationship.
From the Albert Hall to a British counterculture.
California dreamin'
Venues of liberation.
Anglo-American black liberation.
Riding the second wave : the American face of women's liberation in Britain.
Coming out and coming together : Anglo-American gay liberation.
Dystopias.
British "heritage" and the transatlantic marketplace.
Mecklenburgh Square.
Postscript : to the bicentennial/jubilee.
Responsibility: H.L. Malchow.
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"This is a major work of historical interpretation, strongly revisionist in its approach and cogently argued. A skeptical critic, Malchow offers an unsentimental, nuanced approach that eschews naive Read more...

 
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