Posted by on August 13, 2014

Professor Terry H Anderson is a Professor at Texas A&M,  and a prolific author who has written some classic texts about the 1960s. As someone who served in Viet Nam, Anderson brings a unique perspective to the social changes largely brought about by that war. In this interview we explore why the 1960s social movements created the enormous waves of change we experienced in the west and what were some of the drivers of that change. We also discuss the legacy of the 1960s and ask what was won and what might have been lost during that volatile period in our history. 


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