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1968 : today's authors explore a year of rebellion, revolution, and change / edited by Marc Aronson and Susan Campbell Bartoletti.

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Dunkirk PL - Dunkirk JH ARO (Text) 76381000088753 Young Adult Fiction Available -
Jefferson Co PL - Madison Main Branch YA 909.826 1968 (Text) 39391006903031 Young Adult Nonfiction Available -
Newburgh Chandler PL - Bell Road Library TEEN 909.82 ARONSON (Text) 39206021481757 Teen NF In process -

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  • ISBN: 9780763689933
  • ISBN: 0763689939
  • Physical Description: ix, 198 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, 2018.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [180-193]) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
January-March: Nightly news, winter / by Elizabeth Partridge ; Biker's ed / by Paul Fleischman ; The Red Guard / by Leonore Look ; The student view from Paris / by Kate MacMillan -- April-June: Nightly news, spring / by Elizabeth Partridge ; The death of the dream / by Kekla Magoon ; The wrong side of history / by Laban Carrick Hill ; Gym crow / by Jennifer Anthony ; Robert F. Kennedy / by Mark Kuriansky -- July-September: Nightly news, summer / by Elizabeth Partridge ; People, get ready / by Susan Campbell Bartoletti ; Prague spring / by Mark Kuriansky ; Running with sharp schticks / by David Lubar -- October-December: Nightly news, fall / by Elizabeth Partridge ; Student sacrifices / by Omar Figueras ; Running into history / by Jim Murphy ; The code wars / by Loree Griffin Burns ; Douglas Engelbart / by Marc Aronson.
Summary, etc.:
"Nineteen sixty-eight was a pivotal year that grew more intense with each day. As thousands of Vietnamese and Americans were killed in war, students across four continents took over colleges and city streets. Assassins murdered Dr. King and Robert F. Kennedy. Demonstrators turned out in Prague and Chicago, and in Mexico City, young people and Olympic athletes protested. In those intense months, generations battled and the world wobbled on the edge of some vast change that was exhilarating one day and terrifying the next. To capture that extraordinary year, editors Marc Aronson and Susan Campbell Bartoletti created an anthology that showcases many genres of nonfiction. Some contributors use a broad canvas, others take a close look at a moment, and matched essays examine the same experience from different points of view. As we face our own moments of crisis and division, 1968 reminds us that we've clashed before and found a way forward -- and that looking back can help map a way ahead."-- Publisher's website.
An anthology of essays that explores the tumultuous and pivotal year of 1968, when the generations clashed as thousands of Vietnamese and Americans were killed in war, assassins murdered Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy, and demonstrators turned out in cities across the globe.
Subject: Nineteen sixty-eight, A.D > Juvenile literature.
History, Modern > 1945-1989 > Juvenile literature.
Social movements > History > 20th century > Juvenile literature.
Culture conflict > History > 20th century > Juvenile literature.
Political violence > History > 20th century > Juvenile literature.
Nineteen sixties.
History, Modern > 1945-1989
Social movements.
Culture conflict.
Political violence.
Genre: Essays

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