And the Crooked Places Made Straight: The Struggle for Social Change in the 1960s

@inproceedings{Chalmers1991AndTC,
  title={And the Crooked Places Made Straight: The Struggle for Social Change in the 1960s},
  author={D. Chalmers},
  year={1991}
}
David Chalmers' widely acclaimed overview of the 1960s describes how the civil rights movement touched off a widening challenge to traditional values and arrangements. Chalmers recounts the judicial revolution that set national standards for race, politics, policing, and privacy. He examines the long, losing war on poverty and the struggle between the media and the government over the war in Vietnam. He follows feminism's "second wave" and the emergence of the environmental, consumer, and… Expand
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