Explores the cultural and social developments of the United States during the 1970s and offers a thorough survey of both 1970s popular culture and political, economic, and military developments.
This work explores the cultural and social developments of the USA during the 1970s and offers a survey of both 1970s popular culture and political, economic, and military developments. Central to the text is the belief that the 1970s were a time of betrayal and loss for the USA.
Table of Contents
John Robert Greene
Nixon: Our Father's Betrayal 1 (33)
Ford: The Pardoning, but Not the Healing, 34 (23)
Carter: America's Outsider Can't Make Good 57 (34)
American Foreign Policy in the Seventies 91 (38)
Coming to Terms with the Limits of American
Social Movements in the Seventies 129(39)
The Seventies' Cultural Earthquake An Age 168(34)
of Loss, an Age of Birth, an Age of Change
Limits and the Legacy of the Seventies 202(15)
Sources and Selected Readings 217(6)