The Dark Ages, Life in the United States, 1945-1960
South End Press, 1982 - 335 עמודים
A popularly written history of the political background and politics of the Cold War, anti-radical crusade, and the goals and strategies of postwar U.S.A. In rich detail it covers the economy, cultural life, and social mores of the country at this time and shows how corporations used their wealth and influence to shape the quality of life in virtually every sphere. Finally, The Dark Ages is a history of the roots of the civil rights and peace movements, the counter-culture, and the New Left.
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