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Barack Obama would not be possible without the 1960s, Hayden writes in his compelling new book. The author reminds the president that the peace movement was critical to his 2008 victory and only a radical populism will make his economic recovery and health-care promises come to fruition.
Table of Contents
The First Sixties, 1955-1965
Introduction: Movements against Machiavellians
The Port Huron Vision of SDS
New Left versus New Frontier
From the Washington March to the Assassination of JFK
The Mississippi Freedom Democrats' Challenge
The Berkeley Free Speech Movement, 1964-1965
The Counterculture, 1964-1965
The Second Sixties, 1965-1975
America Invading Vietnam, Vietnam Invading America
Toppling the Ivory Tower: The Student Strikes at Columbia and San Francisco State, 1968-1969
The Chicago Conspiracy
Cambodia, Yale, and Kent State
The Watergate Coup and the Antiwar Movement
Wounded Knee and the End of the Sixties
The Sixties at Fifty
Che Guevara and the Sixties
The Underground in America
The Old Revolutionaries of Vietnam
Peace in Northern Ireland
From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime
Reverend Jeremiah Wright and Black Liberation Theology
The Spirituality of the Counterculture
The Sixties in the Obama Era
A Call to Progressives for Obama, with Barbara Ehrenreich and Bill Fletcher Jr.
Dreaming Obama in North Carolina: A Story of Race and Inheritance
Bobby and Barack
Barack Obama between Movements and Machiavellians
A Sixties Timeline
About the Author
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