This is one of eight chapters of a long-term project I am working on. Each chapter is different but the overriding themes are the politics and culture of the USA during the period of the 1960s and 1970s; this is what I focused on during my undergraduate degree in Political Theory. The 1960s as a turning point in our political history is of great interest to me; all these movements arose in such a short space of time and fought and won the rights that we take for granted now.
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