Neal Samors' book "Chicago in the Sixties" paints an accurate and engaging picture of the city's political landscape during the 1960s. At the same time, Samors provides a glimpse into many aspects of Chicago's history from life in the neighborhoods, to the Chicago sport scene, to the city's TV and radio stations. I can't recommend this wonderful collection of local histories any higher. --Aaron Max Berkowitz, Chicago Tribune
About the Author
Neal Samors is the co-author of six books on Chicago, including "Chicago in the Fifties," "The Old Chicago Neighborhood," "Real Chicago," and "Real Chicago Sports." A lifelong Chicagoan, he continues to write about the city and its rich and diverse history.