Women played an important role in American culture, politics, and society during the 1960s. Women of the 1960s explores the people, places, and times that were altered by female activists, musicians, politicians, authors, and others.
"This series will enhance the student's knowledge of women's roles throughout history and fulfill a curricular need. Each book discusses the history, cultural history, belief system, and legacy women left on their societies. Students will find material fascinating and easy to comprehend. Captioned photographs and gray information sections throughout the book give the reader insight into specific aspects not covered in the text. The annotated bibliography and notes section will assist those needing further in-depth resources. Recommended."
-- Library Media Connection (March 2003)
Price: US $34.80