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The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Sixties (The Politically Incorrect… (edition 2009)

by Jonathan Leaf

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Title:The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Sixties (The Politically Incorrect Guides)
Authors:Jonathan Leaf
Info:Regnery Publishing (2009), Paperback, 256 pages
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Rating:****
Tags:adult, young adult, series, contemporary, non-fiction, own, reference, 20th century, religion, history, crime, politics, music, American, death, philosophy, college

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The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Sixties (The Politically Incorrect Guides) by Jonathan Leaf

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The true story of what really happened in the 1960's. ( )
  virg144 | Jun 17, 2013 |
Lots of factual and date errors. Also lots of points of view that, while opinions, are decidedly bizarre, such as stating that Bob Dylan lacks any talent. On the one hand he lauds John Lennon for criticizing a part of the Students for a Democratic Society for praising Mao, on the other hand he calls Lennon "snarly."

The book makes some valid points about other 60's characters, but over-makes its case. ( )
  JBGUSA | Mar 30, 2013 |
Lots of factual and date errors. Also lots of points of view that, while opinions, are decidedly bizarre, such as stating that Bob Dylan lacks any talent. On the one hand he lauds John Lennon for criticizing a part of the Students for a Democratic Society for praising Mao, on the other hand he calls Lennon "snarly."

The book makes some valid points about other 60's characters, but over-makes its case. ( )
  JBGUSA | Mar 30, 2013 |
Lots of factual and date errors. Also lots of points of view that, while opinions, are decidedly bizarre, such as stating that Bob Dylan lacks any talent. On the one hand he lauds John Lennon for criticizing a part of the Students for a Democratic Society for praising Mao, on the other hand he calls Lennon "snarly."

The book makes some valid points about other 60's characters, but over-makes its case. ( )
  JBGUSA | Mar 30, 2013 |
Quick, interesting, and informative, if also biased and full of generalizations. Provides a somewhat funny alternative overview of a tumultuous decade. ( )
2 vote melopher | Apr 16, 2010 |
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