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The Sixties: Freedom, Change and Revolution

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Binding: Paperback
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ISBN: 9780228101291
Publisher: Firefly Books Ltd
Language: English
Page Count: 200
Publication Date: 8/15/2018
Size: 8.93" l x 6.76" w x 0.70"
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The Sixties was an era of worldwide upheaval, liberation and emancipation in all areas from everyday life and culture to politics and social commitment. No decade since the Second World War has been so characterized by dynamism, creative will and the "utopia of feasibility." In Africa, Latin America, and parts of Asia, the 1960s brought self-liberation and autonomy; in the Western industrial nations, student protests and spontaneous movements smashed outdated traditions and demanded freedoms which continue to shape our lives today. The rebellious Sixties generation changed the world with its music, its ways of life and its utopias, culminating in the magical year of 1968. This book is a diary as dynamic and colorful as was the 1960s, an exciting, experimental and explosive decade.

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