The Lost Decade
America in the Seventies
A part of the series The Dolphin (26) , and the subject areas Gender studies, Literature (English Language) and Music
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With contributions by
Robert Abzug, Robert M. Bednar, Charles Bussey, Henrik Bødker, Dale Carter, John G. Cawelti, Nancy G. Holm, Douglas T. Miller and David A. Nye
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Table of contents
John G. Cawalti: 'That's What I Like about the South:' Changing Images of the South in the 1970s
David E. Nye: Declension and Renewal: New England's Shifting Mood in the 1970s
Robert Matej Bednar: Searching for an Old Faithful America: National Park Tourism in the 1970s
Robert Abzug: Love and Will: Rollo May and the Seventies' Crisis of Intimacy
Charles Bussey: Jimmy Carter: Hope and Memory versus Optimism and Nostalgia
Dale Carter: The Crooked Path: Continuity and Change in American Foreign Policy, 1968-1981
Douglas T. Miller: Sixties Activism in the 'Me Decade'
Nancy Graham Holm: 'Power to the People' through Television: Community Access in a Commercial System
Henrik Bødker: Popular Music into the Seventies: From Rock to Pop to Punk
Elsebeth Hurup: Images of the Past, Present and Future: Hollywood Portraits of Bicentennial America
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