1968: 50 Years On

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Often referred to as 'the year that changed history', the spirit of revolution was in the air in 1968 – everywhere from Saigon to Prague. Change was coming, and these books document different perspectives on the events.
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The year America fought back.
1968 in America, Charles Kaiser
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Many Westerners in the late 60s sought enlightenment in the East, and headed to India to experience a new way of life and being. Here's one man's tale of how he got there.
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A fictional memoir and murder mystery story, set against the backdrop of the political unrest in France. Two students hitchhike across the country in the summer of 68, but only one of them returns and lives to tell the tale.
1968, Andrew Nugent
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Yup, the Fab Four were rocking the airwaves back in '68. Here's a look at what they were up to.
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Latin America gets an honourable mention in this unique insight into the rise of leftist politics on the streets of Montevideo and beyond.
Uruguay, 1968, Vania Markarian
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A look at the election that changed America; which took place at a time when chaos seemed to run free, and Americans started to look at politics very differently.
1968, Lewis L. Gould
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The Vietnam War -— as told by the soldiers, journalists, and others who lived through the longest American combat in history.
Hue 1968, Mark Bowden
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