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ISBN:
0684806665
Author:
William L. O'Neill
Category:
Historical
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English
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Charles Scribner & Sons; 1 edition (December 4, 2002)
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900 pages
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Start by marking The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: The 1960's, Volume 1: A-L as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. by Kenneth T. Jackson. This two-volume set provides about 600 profiles of Americans, both living and deceased, from every race, socio-economic group, class, and region of the . The signed entries (most of which are accompanied by a b&w photograph) range between 1,000 to 2,000 words and begin with a summary of the individual's achievements.

Series: Scribner American Civilization Series. Hardcover: 2653 pages.

Ships from and sold by latte books. Each selection, averaging 10-16 pages, provides a historical overview of a period or aspect of American life and culture, or of the methods and approaches employed in studying it. Each concludes with a useful bibliography. Series: Scribner American Civilization Series.

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Williams, William Appleman. Throughout the 1960s, Williams's ideas on American imperialism, the cold war, and corporate liberalism brought forth the ire of both liberals and conservatives

Williams, William Appleman. b. 12 June 1921 in Atlantic, Iowa; d. 5 March 1990 in Waldport, Oregon), educator and historian. Throughout the 1960s, Williams's ideas on American imperialism, the cold war, and corporate liberalism brought forth the ire of both liberals and conservatives. Despite his largely unorthodox views and his somewhat "leftist" politics, his books and articles were surprisingly conservative, and his views often ran contrary to the prevailing thoughts of the decade's "New Left.

This volume includes 500 biographies of Americans - from the artists and writers to the politicians and military figures, the reformers and the criminals - who flourished during the tumultuous 1960s. Rather than focusing on a subject's entire life, more detail is placed on events in the life and contributions of the biographee.

Contemporary American Dramatists, Bibliography Series. The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: The 1960s, vol. 2. Ed. William L. O’Neill. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003. Matthew J. Roudané. The Biographical Dictionary of the Nobel Prize Laureates in Literature.

A two-volume biographical resource for key individuals of the 1960s. C. Scribner's Sons, 1 ene. Presents 500 entries describing Americans who defined the decade, including politicians, athletes, entertainers, and artists, among many others. The alphabetically arranged entries focus on the individual's activities during the 1960s and include photos and bibliographies. For students and general readers. 2003 - 650 páginas.

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Each volume in this new series presents original scholarly biographies of more than 500 notable Americans. Articles range from 1,000 to 6,000 words, contain a photo of the individual, and provide a concise summary of achievements. Also detailed wherever possible, are family members; educational background; names of spouses and marriage and divorce dates; addresses of residences; and cause of death and place of burial. Each volume contains cumulative occupation and birthplace indexes.

This volume includes 500 biographies of Americans -- from the artists and writers to the politicians and military figures, the reformers and the criminals -- who flourished during the tumultuous 1960s. Rather than focusing on a subjects entire life, more detail is placed on events in the life and contributions of the biographee. In addition, the volume is arranged in a handy A-Z format and includes an occupational subject list and comprehensive index.