Popular culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975 rock and roll, counterculture, peace and protest, 1930-1989 1950-1975.
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2011-<2013>
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Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2011-<2013>
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Includes material about the following people: Richard Nixon, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Elvis Presley, Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay), Neil Armstrong, David Bowie, Angela Davis, Bob Dylan, Che Guevara, Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Janis Joplin, John F. Kennedy, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Marilyn Monroe, Yoko Ono, Mary Quant, Ringo Starr, George Harrison, Twiggy, Andy Warhol, Harold Wilson, Norman Thomas, Ronald Reagan, Harold Macmillan, Eric Clapton, Chuck Berry, Marlon Brando, Alfred Hitchcock, Suzi Quatro, Sean Connery, Keith Richards.
Includes material on the following topics: popular culture, entertainment, counterculture, celebrity, censorship, underground activities, civil rights, liberation, music, film, student activism, feminism, women's rights, gay and lesbian rights, youth culture, mass media, fashion, consumerism, Black Panther Party, Third World Liberation Front, Socialist Party.
Last updated: Apr. 2013 (Section II update)
Reproduced from original materials held by the following repositories and individuals: Browne Popular Culture Library, Bowling Green State University; The National Archives, Kew; Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley; University of Sussex Special Collections; Barclaycard Group; Barry Miles; Beaulieu National Motor Museum; BIBA; Bill Harry; British Telecom; Huntley Film Archive; ITN Source; Mirrorpix; NASA; OZ Archive; Robert Opie; The People's History Museum; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum; Peter Whitehead archive; Labour Party; Warwick University, CND Archives; Felix Dennis Archive; Muz Murray.
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Electronic reproduction of material relating to the social and cultural history of Britain and America during a period of momentous change between 1950 and 1975. This online resource offers access to a wide range of printed and manuscript sources, visual material, ephemera and video clips. The material covers key topics and major events of the period, including: student activism across Europe and the US; the Vietnai conflict; the fight for civil rights; women's liberation; fashion, consumerism and youth culture; the music scene; book, magazine and film censorship. It includes complete or significant runs of the following serial publications: Gandalf's garden ; International Times (IT) ; Oz ; Frendz ; Friends ; East Village other ; Los Angeles free press.
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