Sharply argued, provocative, and accessible, Framing the Sixties is destined to find a place on the bookshelves of scholars and in the syllabi of courses dealing with the presidency, public memory, and the 1960s. --Register of the Kentucky Historical Society
Von Bothmer details numerous overgeneralizations, misstatements of facts, and revised personal biographies as politicians adjust their ideas and past actions to modern political trends. --Journal of American History
This is a smartly written work on the political uses and misuses of history. . . . An excellent analysis. Essential --Choice
About the Author
Bernard von Bothmer teaches American history at the University of San Francisco and at Dominican University of California.