I would suggest:
"'Rape of the APE" (American Puritan Ethic) by Allan Sherman, published by
"The Records Of The San Francisco Sexual Freedom League", published by
Olympia Press (1971).
At 05:31 PM 1/26/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Sixties List Members: I have taught a course on the 1960s at Indiana
>State University called "The Sixties: Counterculture and Protest" for
>more than six years. The one area I have trouble finding good readings
>(either primary or secondary) is the sexual revolution. By sexual
>revolution I don't just mean hippies but the change in mores in this era
>from miniskirts and Playboy to Masters and Johnson and the singles and
>disco scene. I have used selections from Stephanie Coontz's book "The
>Way We Never Were" with some success but am stumped for other reading
>suitable for undergraduates in a general education class. I am also
>wondering if there is a broader interpretive work I can use to help
>conceptualize the sexual revolution.
>Does anyone out there have suggestions?
>Dept of History
>Indiana State University
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