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Review: 1968: The Year That Rocked the World

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Jesse Kornbluth

It takes a brave publisher to commission a book about 1968. One reason: It's a year many think they know all about it's the quintessential Baby Boomer landmark, with America's first cohort of postwar kids graduating from college in a year marked by two assassinations (Bobby Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Jr.), wild politics (the Democratic Convention in Chicago, the election of Nixon) and enough ... Read full review

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Review: 1968: The Year That Rocked the World

User Review  - Michael Rodgers-wilson - Goodreads

He suggests that this was a year that changed the course of history and the evidence he puts up has me agreeing. I was 22 in 1968 so the assasinations, student and women's movements and international ... Read full review

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