Generation on Fire
Voices of Protest from the 1960s, An Oral History
About the Author
"Deeply moving and complex, it will come as a revelation about an era too often reduced to caricature." —Maurice Isserman, author of The Other American: The Life of Michael Harrington"
"An invigorating collection of 15 testimonials from counter-culturists, conscientious objectors, and artists who came of age during one of the most volatile decades in American history." —Publishers Weekly"
"An interesting and at times poignant collection of interviews. A valuable addition to the growing collection of sixties memoirs. Highly recommended." —K.B. Nutter, CHOICE"
""Articulate and vivid, offering details that give a sense of just how much was at stake personally for each of these activists." —The Oral History Review"
"Generation on Fire was an enjoyable and inspiring read which should appeal to a wide audience." —Caroline Hoefferle, The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society"
"Almost as good as sitting down for coffee with the people that lived it."—phati'tude Literary Magazine"—
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