A Nation of Outsiders: How the White Middle Class Fell in Love with Rebellion in Postwar America

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Index
Note: Page numbers in italics indicate photographs.
abortion. See anti-abortion movement
Abortion and Social Justice (Hilgers and Horan), 281
Abraham, Roger, 104
abstract expressionism, 35, 42
Accessory to Murder (Terry), 280
Adnopoz, Elliot, 122. See also Elliott, Ramblin’ Jack
adolescence, 13–17, 27–28, 30, 32–34, 246
Adorno, Theodor, 37
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Twain), 15
Advertisements for Myself (Mailer), 75
African American culture: and Afro-centrism, 207; and the Beat Generation, 80; and blackface minstrelsy, 52–61; and black power, 8–9; and Dylan, 121; and the folk music revival, 86–88; lullabies, 100; and mass culture, 16–17, 34; and origins of rock and roll, 49–51; and romance of the outsider, 4, 5; and “The White Negro,” 73–74 See also civil rights movement
Alabama, 207
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights, 109
alienation: Calvert on, 227; and Catcher in the Rye, 13–17, 18, 30, 134; and communes, 233; and conservatism, 134; and conservative Christianity, 238–40, 277; Dellums on, 235; and Dylan, 127; and ERAP, 187–88; and evangelical Christianity, 239; and the folk music revival, 100; and fundamentalist Christianity, 268; and the Jesus People movement, 247; and the New left, 236; and romance of the outsider, 307; and student social action, 178
Alinsky, Saul, 145
Allen, Louis, 193
Allen, Ralph, 191
Allen, Steve, 81
Allenwood Federal Prison, 300
“All I Really Want to Do,” 126
Almanac Singers, 102, 118
Altamont music festival, 230, 231–32
America, 138, 285
“America Back to God” (Falwell), 264
American Humor (Rourke), 53
American Indians, 206
“America’s Lawlessness” (Falwell), 267
Americus, Georgia, 191
Among the Grizzlies (Treadwell), 305–7
Ananda Co-Operative, 232
Anderson, Margaret, 42
Andrews, Joan, 284, 286, 302
“The Angry Children of Malcolm X” (Carawan), 205
Another Side of Bob Dylan, 126–27
anti-abortion movement: and the civil rights movement, 9, 271, 277, 279–80, 281–82, 283, 289–91, 293, 297–98, 298, 366n6; and direct action, 279–80, 281–86, 288–89, 293, 295–301, 301–2, 366n6; and Falwell, 265, 268–75, 288, 290, 295; and fundamentalist Christians, 266, 277; and militancy, 298–99, 365–66n6; and the romance of the outsider, 277–80; and Terry, 286–95, 294 See also Operation Rescue
anti-busing activism, 280
anti-Communism, 40, 90, 124, 141–43, 149–50, 153
anti-war movement, 206, 277, 290, 301
apocalyptic thinking, 248–50, 360n20
Appalachian music, 4, 88
Arendt, Hannah, 37, 38
The Ark, 292
Army of God, 298, 301
Asch, Moe, 90–91
Asian Americans, 206, 228
Assembly of God, 252
Associated Press, 174
Atlanta, Georgia, 289
Atlas Shrugged (Rand), 39, 134
atomic bomb. See nuclear weapons
Attica prison riot, 221
authenticity: and blackface minstrelsy, 60; and Black Power, 205; and Catcher in the Rye, 19–21; and the civil rights movement, 112, 116–18; and cultural separatism, 226, 235; and Dylan, 122–24, 126, 129; and ERAP, 189; and the folkmusic revival, 85, 94, 97–98, 102–4, 106; and ghetto life, 184; and historical context, 309n3; and romance of the outsider, 4, 9, 307; and white romanticism, 229
Ayers, Bill, 6, 217, 235, 237

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