Nation of Rebels

Nation of Rebels

Why Counterculture Became Consumer Culture

Book - 2004
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Publisher: New York, NY : Harper Collins : 2004
ISBN: 9780060745868
006074586X
Branch Call Number: 306.3 H351n
Characteristics: 358p
Additional Contributors: Potter, Andrew

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NFreaderNWPL Dec 06, 2016

A very useful and generally well-argued polemic against the turn toward cultural politics beginning in the sixties. Some parts are laugh-out-loud funny. Personally I found a few moments where the authors' contrarian itch got the better of them quite off-putting, but it would be a shame to let tho... Read More »


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NFreaderNWPL Dec 06, 2016

A very useful and generally well-argued polemic against the turn toward cultural politics beginning in the sixties. Some parts are laugh-out-loud funny. Personally I found a few moments where the authors' contrarian itch got the better of them quite off-putting, but it would be a shame to let those blind spots obscure the rest of their argument. (Note: This is the same book as "The Rebel Sell," but with a different title for American audiences.)

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