Politics and Culture in Recent AmericaEdited by Van Gosse, and Richard Moser
"An important volume, The World The Sixties Made fills a large niche in post-1968 historical scholarship. Gosse's introductory essay is excellent, compelling, and well argued. Moser's introduction is a key piece and a timely historical document. This will be a significant and influential book."
—Brad Martin, History and Social Sciences Department, Bryant College
"The continued relevance of the left of the 1960s is a major challenge to almost any contemporary understanding of that tumultuous decade. This is a very inventive contribution, arguing that the left remains far more important than often claimed. There is a lot of new and intriguing research here. It's a book well worth reading." —Ken Cmiel, University of Iowa
"In this historical moment, when the forces of reason seem so strong, The World the Sixties Made reminds us just how much the radical movements of the 1960s and 1970s accomplished—and that the future is not closed." —James William Gibson, author of The Perfect War: Technowar in Vietnam and Warrior Dreams: Paramilitary Culture in Post-Vietnam America
"(T)he essays do a fine job of balancing the broad historical narrative with the detailed studies of disparate subjects.... It marks a provocative starting point of the historiography of recent America (and) provide a basis for contentious debate." The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society