In Berkeley at War , W.
Rorabaugh, who attended the graduate school of the University of California at Berkeley in the s, presents a lively, informative account of the events that changed forever what had once been a quiet, conservative white suburb. Rorabaugh's meticulously researched, authoritative narrative covers the entire period, from the rise of the Free Speech Movement to the growth and increasing militance of a black community struggling to end segregation; from the emergence of radicalism and the anti-war movement to the blossoming "hippie" culture; and from the explosive conflict over People's Park to the beginnings of modern-day feminism and environmentalism.
An invaluable account of its time and place, Berkeley at War anchors the sixties in American history, both before and since that colorful decade.
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