Age of Contradiction: American Thought & Culture in the 1960s
Author(s): Howard Brick
In Age of Contradiction, Howard Brick provides a rich context for understanding historical events, cultural tensions, political figures, artistic works, and trends of intellectual life. His lucid and comprehensive book combines the best methods of historical analysis and assessment with fascinating subject matter to create a three-dimensional portrait of a complicated time. In one of the only books on the 1960s to put ideas at the center of the period's history, Brick carefully explores the dilemmas, the promise, and the legacy of American thought in that time.
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Month of Publication: December
Year of Publication: 2000
Location: Ithaca, NY
# of Pages: 242