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1964Revisits one of the most pivotal years in U.S. history

1964

Revisiting a pivotal year in American history, this revealing program re-creates the political and cultural landscape of a nation reeling from the assassination of its president and torn between traditional values and progressive ideals. Archival footage combines with expert commentary and photographs to illuminate the actions of Americans whose frustrations, ambitions, and anxieties began to steer the country onto a different course. Among the events, movements, and players discussed: Barry Goldwater, the Beatles, Betty Friedan, the murder of civil rights workers in Mississippi, the Berkeley student protests, and Muhammad Ali. Grades 9 and up. SDH subtitles. Black-and-white and color. Approximately 120 minutes. PBS. ©2014.


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PBS481DV-WBSSS 9781608830411 DVD (widescreen) $24.99

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