_The New Left Revisited_, edited by John McMillian and Paul Buhle (Temple
University Press, 2003).
"This excellent collection of essays on the New Left helps mark the coming
of age of a rising generation of scholars, too young to have experienced
the 1960s but committed to bringing new scholarly questions to the study
of the decade."
-Alan Brinkley, Columbia University.
"From 'Was the New Left new?' to 'Did the New Left die and if so, why?' to
'What was the role of women in the draft resistance movement?' -- with a
dozen case studies by a new generation of leftist scholars, this amazing
collection asks new questions and sparkles with new insights and
brilliance on every page."
-Roxanne Dunbar-Oritz, California State University.
"You'll be amazed at how much you think you know about the Sixties is
wrong -- especially if you've read the standard works on the subject.
This is an agenda-setting anthology, adventerous and rigorous in equal
-Rick Perlstein, author of _Before the Storm: Barry Goldwater and the
Unmaking of the American Consensus_.
Contributors include: David Cochran, Michael S. Foley, Jennifer Frost,
Andrew Hunt, Ian Lekus, Peter B. Levy, Robbie Lieberman, Kevin Mattson,
David McBride, Gregg L. Michel, Francesca Polletta, Doug Rossinow, Jeremy
Varon, and the editors.
In the series Critical Perspectives on the Past, edited by Susan Porter
Benson, Stephen Brier, and Roy Rosenzweig.
paper ISBN 1-56639-976-9, $24.95
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