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Friday, July 6 • 11:30am - 1:00pm
How the '50s Became the '60s: The Making of a New Left

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Just to say the names of these two decades is to bring opposite images to mind--conformity, conservatism and witch hunts in the 1950s, and radicalism, experimentation and freedom in the 1960s. How did one follow the other? What was happening beneath the surface of society in the '50s that set the stage for the '60s? This talk will especially look at how a new left was born out of struggles from both decades that is the closest ancestor to the socialist movement of today.

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Alan Maass

Alan Maass is the editor of SocialistWorker.org, author of The Case for Socialism and a member of the International Socialist Organization.


Friday July 6, 2018 11:30am - 1:00pm
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