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Reference Books on the 1960s – Bibliography of reference books the will help begin the research process on the ’60s.

Survey of the 1960s – Bibliography of books that serve as a survey of the ’60s. the 1960s.

President John F. Kennedy – Bibliography of books relating to the life and policies of President John F. Kennedy (1961-1963)

President Lyndon Baines Johnson – Bibliography of books relating to the presidency and life of Lyndon Baines Johnson (1963-1969).

Robert F. Kennedy – Bibliography of books directly relating to Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General (1961-1965), and a Democratic Presidential candidate in 1968. The materials mostly consisting of biographies of his life.

President Richard Nixon – Bibliography of books directly relating to President Richard Milhaus Nixon (1969-1974), mostly consisting of biographies and overviews of his presidency.

The Civil Rights Movement – Bibliography of books directly relating to the Civil Rights Movement and Martin Luther King Jr.

Liberalism and Conservatism – Bibliography of books directly relating to the peak of Liberalism, and the rise of Conservatism

The Vietnam War – Bibliography of reference books on one of the most defining events of the ’60s, the Vietnam War, and its effects on the United States.

’60s Youth Culture – Bibliography of books relating to the New Left, Students for a Democratic Society, the Antiwar Movement, and 60s counterculture.

Watergate – Bibliography of books relating to Watergate, includes memoirs of those involve

Content c2004
The Sixties: A Journey Through Politics and Culture.
Web design and content by Bonnie K. Goodman, BA, MLIS

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