Voices of a People's History
Voices of a People's History

TEACHING GUIDE – CHAPTER 19 – “WOMEN, GAYS, AND OTHER VOICES OF RESISTANCE”

In most of our classrooms, discussions of movements of the 1960s generally focus on those big endeavors—civil rights and the antiwar efforts—that are discussed in the traditional textbooks. Yet this approach, as Howard Zinn reminds us, omits an essential topic for discussion—the emergence of a counterculture with “radically different ideas about how people should live their lives.”

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