Destructive generation: second thoughts about the sixties

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Free Press Paperbacks, Aug 12, 1996 - History - 398 pages
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Destructive Generation is the untold story of the 1960s-the tragic consequences of everything-goes hedonism and the destructiveness of revolutionary passion that typified the attitude of many young radicals. Destructive Generation, which critics have compared to The God That Failed and to Whittaker Chambers' Witness, is a modern conservative classic-imperative reading for anyone who wants to understand the New Left and its sad legacy for America.

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My reactions to reading this book in 1991. This book is a general collection of essays on various topics. “Requiem for a Radical” sets the metaphor for most of this book and the radical experience. It ... Read full review

Destructive generation: second thoughts about the sixties

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A compilation of memoirs and reportage on the New Left, valuable for its insider insights on New Left strategy and tactics. The authors, celebrated biographers of the Fords, Kennedys, and Rockefellers ... Read full review

Contents

Preface
11
The Dancers and the Dance
19
Divided Loyalties
169
Copyright

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