[UCP Books]: A War for the Soul of America: A History of the Culture Wars
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“As a guide to the late twentieth-century culture wars, Hartman is unrivalled. . . . Incisive portraits of individual players in the culture wars dramas. . . . Reading Hartman sometimes feels like debriefing with friends after a raucous night out, an experience punctuated by laughter, head-scratching, and moments of regret for the excesses involved.”–New Republic
“A provocative review of a formative epoch”–Booklist
A History of the Culture Wars
|Publication date: May 10, 2016||978-0-226-37923-4|
|International publication date: May 10, 2016||$19.00/£13.50|
“A lively chronicle.”–Wall Street Journal
“Classic intellectual history. . . . A valuable introduction to the fault lines of late 20th-century American politics. Highly recommended”–Library Journal
Andrew Hartman is associate professor of history at Illinois State University and the author of Education and the Cold War: The Battle for the American School. He is available for interviews.
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