The 1960s were a period of social upheaval in America, and popular culture often reflected the political climate and social schisms of the time. Movies, music, television, and even the spirit of the youth movement revealed a nation divided by an "old" vs. "new," "hip" vs. "square," "us" vs. "them" mentality. This anthology discusses some of the serious and timely concerns that underlay American pop culture in the 1960s.
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Review: Examining Pop Culture - The 1960s (Examining Pop Culture)User Review - Npaw - Goodreads
Out of all the pop culture books I've read so far, this one is the best. It covers the music, which is most important to me, but also explains why the music was so important at the time (and still is). The book also gives great direction at finding other sources. Read full review
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