Revolution and Renaissance
1965 - 1975
by Daniel Forbes Hauser
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Pub Date 11 Nov 2019 | Archive Date 21 Nov 2019
1965 to 1975 may have been the steepest “bell curve” of cultural upheaval in our nation’s history. Political assassinations. Protest marches. Sexual revolution. Recreational drugs. Sit-ins. Radical groups setting off bombs. Demands for equality from numerous sectors. Disarray on University campuses. A United States President forced to resign in disgrace. Man walking on the Moon. All these tumultuous events violently shaped American culture and planted the seeds for the whirlwind years we are currently living in. Now comes a book by an author who lived through this extraordinary 10-year period to analyze and decipher these events.
Revolution and Renaissance: 1965 – 1975 by Daniel Forbes Hauser is a fast-paced, year-by-year review of the most compelling events in the era of free love, hippies and anti-war protests, set against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights movement. It’s the first book of its kind that looks at the specific events from this pivotal decade.
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Daniel Forbes Hauser has lived in Boulder, Colorado, for more than 40 years, sandwiched around 14 years in Chicago. He was a student through the tumultuous years of the 1960’s and early ‘70’s, and graduated first from Boulder High School, then from Trinity College in Deerfield, Illinois, with a B.A. in Philosophy and History. Known for his love for entertaining and memorable stories, he spent 4 years researching and writing this book, including interviews with more than 100 people to document their personal observations and experiences. Daniel and his wife, Janet, have shared 44 years of adventure together.