Come Together: John Lennon in His Time

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University of Illinois Press, 1984 - Biography & Autobiography - 379 pages
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Traces the evolution of John Lennon's political views, describes the extent of FBI investigations of Lennon, and describes his efforts to link rock music and radical politics
 

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Contents

The Dream Is Over
3
The 1966 Tour
11
Private Gripweed and Yoko Ono
25
Sgt Pepper and Flower Power
33
From Brian Epstein to the Maharishi
45
Rock against Revolution
58
Two Virgins
73
AvantGarde Peacenik
88
Life on Bank Street
173
It Aint Fair John Sinclair
187
A Strategic CounterMeasure
225
From Madison Square Garden to Election Night
241
Watching the Wheels
283
Starting Over
297
The Struggle of Mark David Chapman
307
An Interview with Yoko Ono
313

The Renunciation of What the Beatles Had Stood For
100
Hanratty and Michael X
110

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Understanding Popular Music
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About the author (1984)

Jon Wiener is Professor of History at the University of California, Irvine, author of "Come Together: John Lennon and His Time" (1994), and a contributing editor of "The Nation".

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