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The Sixties Unplugged


The 1960s is a decade often seen through a rose-tinted lens: an era when the young would not only rule the world but change it, too, for the better. But does such fond nostalgia really stand up? Vivid, rich in anecdote, sometimes angry and always persuasive, The Sixties Unplugged is a hugely entertaining and authoritative account of the decade of myth and madness. Read it and remember that even if you weren’t there, you can still find out what really happened.
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  • Auteur : Gerard DeGroot
  • Éditeur : Picador
  • Date de parution : 28/03/13
  • EAN : 9780330539333
  • Format : ePub
  • Nombre de pages: 528
  • Protection : Contenu protégé

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The 1960s is a decade often seen through a rose-tinted lens: an era when the young would not only rule the world but change it, too, for the better. But does such fond nostalgia really stand up? Vivid, rich in anecdote, sometimes angry and always persuasive, The Sixties Unplugged is a hugely entertaining and authoritative account of the decade of myth and madness. Read it and remember that even if you weren’t there, you can still find out what really happened.

Biographie de Gerard DeGroot

Gerard de Groot is Professor of Modern History at the University of St Andrews, where he has taught in 1985. An American by birth, de Groot came to the UK in 1980. He is the author of several highly acclaimed books on the history of the twentieth century, including The Bomb: A Life, which won the RUSI Westminster Medal, awarded in Britain to the best book published in the English language on a war or military topic. He is a regular contributor to a wide range of newpapers and journals. He lives in Scotland with his family.

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