On the Cusp



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  • Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • On the Cusp
  • Daniel Horowitz
  • English
  • 04 April 2017

10 thoughts on “On the Cusp

  1. says:

    Thought this book would be long on social analysis of the the transition from 1950s to 1960s America it isn t Rather, it reads like a repetitive mish mash of classes taken, college essays written, professorial comments received, letters to home and girlfriend written, and idiosyncratic profiles of classmates It read like a distillation of Class of 1960 entri...

  2. says:

    At last, the Silent Generation speaks for itselfWho comprised the silent generation and why were they silent We who lived out our college years in the late 1950s were known by that epithet, but few of us understood why, or how we got that way Daniel Horowitz, eminent historian and a member of the Yale College class of 1960, shook off the pall that plagued our generation, even as he lived it in his university years, and now comes forth with an incisive analysis of the political, social and cultural forces which even then were prompting major change, which only began to appear in the early 1960s.Using his own college years as a case study, the author places one hand picked class of America s future leaders under a microscope He examines the emerging impulse for change and the serious impetus of the pressing national and global issues of race, gender equality, sexual identity and turning America s attention from the Cold War to emerging nations, while attempting to free it from the grip of a powerful military industrial complex He recounts how he joined a small but growing group of politically aware undergraduates, who planted their new agenda in the fertile soil of impatient, discontented thinkers among a vast majority...

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