The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964
Jon Margolis discussed his book The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964: The Beginning of the Sixties, published by William Morrow. The book examines the year following the death of President Kennedy, from the ascension of Lyndon Johnson to the anti-war demonstrations through the perspectives of statesmen, celebrities, and ordinary citizens. Mr. Margolis discussed several examples drawn from the book, including the murder of three civil workers in Missippi, the growing popularity of The Beatles, as well as anecdotes about politics and sports. Mr. Margolis also spoke about the process of researching the book and his experiences as a journalist. close
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