American Trilogy

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iUniverse, 2005 - Social Science - 192 pages
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Dear Readers,

From 1970-1974 George Harrison and others organized a series of Concerts for Bangladesh. These charity concerts raised millions for UNICEF's relief efforts to aid Bangladesh war victims.

"American Trilogy "contains revealing biographies and original songs titles of the singers who performed at these concerts. This music inspired the foot soldiers of change to challenge the injustices of this world. Artists include JOAN BAEZ, JOHNNY CASH, BOB DYLAN, ELVIS PRESLEY, and BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN.

"American Trilogy" is also about the counterculture. Some want to brand the 1960's as nothing more than race riots, drug abuse, and draft dodging, nonsense The counterculture didn't destroy society it made it better.

Some have dubbed the Baby Boomers as the "Irresponsible Generation." Well if fighting for civil rights, the environment, ending the immoral Vietnam War, and challenging a corrupt government qualifies as being irresponsible then we are guilty as charged I hope you take the time to read "American Trilogy." Sincerely, Jefferson Lang

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Lang attended Northern Illinois University.

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