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With conservatism seemingly on the wane in the postwar era, the liberals in power in...
With conservatism seemingly on the wane in the postwar era, the liberals in power in the
1960s were more concerned about attacks from the Left than from the Right—and for good
reason. Explore three significant movements in the late 1960s and early 1970s that challenged
the liberal consensus from the Left. Why, in an era of such widespread prosperity and social
progress, did discontent boil over from so many different groups, leading to such radical
challenges to establishment liberalism? Which of these movements left the most significant
legacy on the United States?
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