Historical Dictionary of the 1960s

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Abbott, Philip, 164
Abel, Iorwith Wilber, 1
Abernathy, Ralph, 1-2, 371
Abrams, Creighton, 2
Abzug, Bella, 22
Accuracy in Media, 3
Acheson, Dean, 3, 484
acid, 3
Action for Children's Television, 3-4
Action on Smoking and Health, 4
Ad Hoc Task Force on Vietnam, 4-5
Adams, Don, 192
Adams, Hank, 5, 384, 435
Adams, Lee, 81
Adams-Westmoreland Controversy, 5-6
The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, 6
aerobics, 6
affirmative action, 6-8
The Afro, 8
Agency for International Development (AID), 8
Agent Orange, 9
Agnew, Spiro, 9-10, 153, 392
Aiken, George, 10-11, 208
Air America, 11
Air Quality Act of 1967, 158
The Alamo, 11
Albert, Eddie, 201
Alcatraz Island, 12-13, 19, 185-86, 243-44
Aldrin, Edwin "Buzz," 282, 424
Alexander, Jules, 31
Ali, Muhammad, 13-14, 63, 314, 350
Allen, Steve, 38
Alliance for Progress, 14-15
Alpher, Ralph, 55
Altamont, 15, 394
Altizer, Thomas, 15-16
Alvarez, Everett, Jr., 16
American Conservative Union (ACU), 16
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial American Organizations (AFL-CIO), 81, 323, 458
American Friends of Vietnam, 16-18
American Friends Service Committee, 24
American Independent Party, 18
American Indian Chicago Conference, 18
American Indian Law Center, 18-19
American Indian Movement (AIM), 12, 19-20, 38-39, 47, 186
American Indian Movement for Equal Rights (AIMFER), 21
American Nazi Party, 21
American University speech ( 1963), 21
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 21-22
AMERIND, 22
Andrews, Julie, 22, 84, 315, 421

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • A 1
  • B 35
  • C 83
  • D 125
  • E 145
  • F 161
  • G 184
  • H 212
  • I 239
  • J 246
  • K 254
  • L 272
  • M 284
  • N 317
  • O 347
  • P 359
  • Q 378
  • R 379
  • S 402
  • T 437
  • U 455
  • V 460
  • W 470
  • X 487
  • Y 488
  • Z 490
  • Chronology of the 1960s 493
  • Selected Bibliography 507
  • Index 527
  • About the Contributors 545
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