1960’S generation

Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Univ. Press, 2007. Print. Timothy talks about the literary movement of the sixties, who were termed as the Beat generation and how they responded to conformist materialism, issues on gender, racism and other cultural and social aspects during that period. It also notes how this generation has had an impact on the future generations of America. Riches, Williams T. M. The Civil Rights Movement: Struggle and Resistance. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. Print. Riches talks about the many civil movements that occurred during this period and how the whites were forced to give the African Americans their freedoms and rights. It also talks about how major leaders were born, the transition of political power, assassinations and other major events. Ross, Dorothy. "American Modernities, Past And Present." American Historical Review 116.3 (2011): 702. MasterFILE Premier. Web. 10 Apr. 2012. It examines the concept of modernity is presented in America, with major focus in the sixties. It examines the process of modernization in the United States, suggesting that the U.S. was the first of the multiple modernities to exist. It argues that different historical contexts produce different forms of modernity based on a variety of characteristics specific to that location. (Name) (Instructors’ name) (Course) (Date) The Sixties Generation The 1960’s is a decade that had a profound impact on all human kind for generations to come. It gave rise to some of the most astounding and memorable events. The 1960s not only had the historical significance by assuring equality amongst individuals, it as well changed how we perceive some of life’s events, which would be unheard of in the 1950’s. This is the generation that gave birth to political…
This is the generation that gave birth to political legends, music legends, art and not to mention fashion icons. As a brilliant philosopher once said, we all learn from our mistakes.. A lot of these mistakes were made during the 1960s and from them. we learned to become the great united nation that we are nowadays. This paper will expound on how the 1960 has had immense significance on our historical and political aspects with reference to the United States. . As John F. Kennedy stated that a man may pass on countries may rise or decline, but ideas stay on, so does the generation of the sixties tries to prove that no matter the hardships, it will still live on and have an effect the future.African American Rights
In 1960, the Civil rights movement was the greatest and the most historically significant movement that has been thus far. Almost all African Americans had been slaves in the 1950s, but this had changed in the late 1950s, and early 1960 when African Americans were set free from slavery. According to Stephen Knadler in The African American culture and the Sixties (18), African Americans continued to fight in both World War 1 and World War 2. . African Americans willingly defended a country where they had been enslaved, tortured, ignored and still dis-respected.