Jews, punk and the Holocaust: from the Velvet Underground to the Ramones – the Jewish-American story

@article{Stratton2005JewsPA,
  title={Jews, punk and the Holocaust: from the Velvet Underground to the Ramones – the Jewish-American story},
  author={J. Stratton},
  journal={Popular Music},
  year={2005},
  volume={24},
  pages={79 - 105}
}
Punk is usually thought of as a radical reaction to local circumstances. This article argues that, while this may be the case, punk's celebration of nihilism should also be understood as an expression of the acknowledgement of the cultural trauma that was, in the late 1970s, becoming known as the Holocaust. This article identifies the disproportionate number of Jews who helped in the development of the American punk phenomenon through the late 1960s and 1970s. However, the effects of the impact… Expand

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