The Sixties: A Journal of History, Politics and Culture articles

Volume 9 (1)

“Snoopy is the hero in Vietnam:” ambivalence, empathy, and Peanuts’ Vietnam war
vol. 9 (1): 54-78
The man who started the killings at Kent State: the Myron Pryor lie detector test
vol. 9 (1): 79-114
“We have our own struggle”: Up Against the Wall Motherfucker and the avant-garde of community action, the Lower East Side, 1968
vol. 9 (1): 115-144
Radical theatrics: put-ons, politics, and the sixties
vol. 9 (1): 145-148
Canada’s global villagers: CUSO in development, 1961-1986
vol. 9 (1): 148-150
Sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll: the rise of America’s 1960s counterculture
vol. 9 (1): 150-153
A radical life in song
vol. 9 (1): 153-155
More than medicine: a history of the feminist women’s health movement
vol. 9 (1): 155-157
Cold war university: Madison and the new left in the sixties
vol. 9 (1): 157-160
Fighting over Fidel: the New York intellectuals and the Cuban Revolution
vol. 9 (1): 160-162
Womb fantasies: subjective architecture in postmodern literature, cinema, and art
vol. 9 (1): 162-164

Volume 8 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 8 (2): 0-0
Introduction
vol. 8 (2): 117-120
What a difference a death makes: JFK, LBJ, and the Civil Rights Act of 1964
vol. 8 (2): 121-137
“To have its cake and eat it too:” US policy toward South Africa during the Kennedy administration
vol. 8 (2): 138-155
“American business can assist [African] hands:” the Kennedy administration, US corporations, and the cold war struggle for Africa
vol. 8 (2): 156-178
Unraveling the special relationship: British responses to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy
vol. 8 (2): 179-194
Sitting on top of the world: The Grateful Dead say goodbye
vol. 8 (2): 195-199
Dead Kennedys’ Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
vol. 8 (2): 200-202
One nation under God: how corporate America invented Christian America
vol. 8 (2): 202-204
Power on the Hudson: Storm King Mountain and the emergence of modern American environmentalism
vol. 8 (2): 204-207
Days of rage: America’s radical underground, the FBI, and the forgotten age of revolutionary violence
vol. 8 (2): 207-209
Watching women’s liberation, 1970: feminism’s pivotal year on the network news
vol. 8 (2): 209-211
JFK and the 1960s
vol. 8 (2): 212-216

Volume 8 (1)

Formulating an anti-environmental opposition: neoconservative intellectuals during the environmental decade
vol. 8 (1): 1-26
The business of getting high: head shops, countercultural capitalism, and the marijuana legalization movement
vol. 8 (1): 27-49
The “feminine mystique” and problems of a cohort of female Canadian university students in the early 1960s
vol. 8 (1): 50-74
“A public problem … rather than a question of social welfare:” Ernest F. Hollings and the politics of hunger
vol. 8 (1): 75-98
Lettuce wars: ten years of work and struggle in the fields of California
vol. 8 (1): 99-101
Selma to Saigon: the civil rights movement and the Vietnam War
vol. 8 (1): 101-104
A war for the soul of America: a history of the culture wars
vol. 8 (1): 104-106
Death in the shape of a young girl: women’s political violence in the Red Army Faction
vol. 8 (1): 106-109
Building a Latino civil rights movement: Puerto Ricans, African Americans, and the pursuit of racial justice in New York City
vol. 8 (1): 109-112
Thai stick: surfers, scammers, and the untold story of the marijuana trade
vol. 8 (1): 112-115

Volume 7 (2)

Editorial Board
vol. 7 (2): 0-0
Introduction: what was politics in “1968” in West Germany?
vol. 7 (2): 83-98
1968 in West Germany: the anti-authoritarian revolt
vol. 7 (2): 99-116
The medium and the message: art and politics in the work of Joseph Beuys
vol. 7 (2): 117-137
The politics of removal: Kursbuch and the West German protest movement
vol. 7 (2): 138-154
The politics of socialism and the West German “1968”
vol. 7 (2): 155-177