Between Silence and Self-Interest

  title={Between Silence and Self-Interest},
  author={Devan Bissonette},
  journal={Journalism History},
  pages={62 - 71}
As the 1950's drew to a close, Time Incorporated had become one of the most influential publishers in America. Both Time and Life, looking to the future, began to examine youth culture, providing ample space for the coming unsilent generation to address, and at times contest, dominant cultural values. As this generation grew vocal, stories filled with apprehension towards their ideals, but by the end of the 1960's, Life came to appreciate the hopes of this generation as America's war in Vietnam… 
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