The Long March
Mr. Kimball talks about his book The Long March: How the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s Changed America, published by Encounter Books. The book examines what the author terms the “radical ethos” of the 1960s, and how it has insinuated itself into academia, the media and the entertainment industry. Following his presentation, the author answered questions from the audience. close
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