Hollywood liberals and leftist pundits are at it again.
In preparation for the 40th anniversary of Woodstock, they're rolling out the old lie that free sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll define the '60s. And now they're brainwashing yet another generation of Americans.
Jonathan Leaf's new book, The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Sixties shatters the myth that the 1960s were full of drug-loving hippies and revolutionary student radicals.
Contrasting the Sixties' wild reputation with the conservative reality, Leaf shows how the 1960s were actually dominated by Brooks Brothers and Broadway musicals--not bell bottoms and Bob Dylan.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Sixties also reveals that "the Age of Aquarius" was really the age of conservatism. Leaf exposes how radical factions hijacked feminism, the civil rights movement, and academia, replacing original ideologies--based on traditional ideals and love for country, family, and man--with more extreme philosophies and methods.
Bet the Beatles never told you that:
*The civil rights movement actually experienced setbacks in the 1960s as the "Great Society" encouraged reliance on welfare in urban areas
*The notorious student radicals were a minority on college campuses; the majority of students supported the war in Vietnam and spent most their time going to classes, going on dates, or just being teenagers
*Rock music was only a small part of the Sixties music legacy, with crooner Bobby Vinton scoring more number one hits than Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, The Grateful Dead, or Jefferson Airplane
*The sexual revolution of the 1960s was just a continuation of a movement that had begun in 1890--and the 1920s and the 1940s were far more sexually explosive than the 1960s
If you think Woodstock and Acid Tests defined the age of peace, love, and war, then you'll be singing a whole new song after reading The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Sixties--and it won't be The Grateful Dead.
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