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I would recommend this to anyone who wants a synopsis of the sixties and early seventies and their effect on today's world. The writing style is, however, a little dry at times.Published 16 days ago by teacher reader
A walk down memory lane of the decade, Brokaw never strays from a class act.Published 2 months ago by ellen grafelman
It is not great writing. As history - kind of vague. Though Brokaw is a perennial endearing TV anchor character, his observations are in no way revealing. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael R
This is a great BOOK. It helps to put the decade in perspective for those of us who lived through it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bassett_steelers
I would encourage all Baby Boomers to read this book. It is a definite read for history buffs. Some parts are a little boring for those of us without political savvy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by bj2131
Interesting take by someone who was there, who was observing and reporting on the changes of that time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by LINDA K LEINICKE