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“ The people who invented the twenty-first century were pot-smoking, sandal-wearing hippies from the West Coast like Steve, because they saw differently,” he said. "The hierarchical systems of the East Coast, England, Germany, and Japan do not encourage this different thinking. The sixties produced an anarchic mind-set that is great for imagining a world not yet in existence. ”
This Q&A concerns the novels of Richard Sharp
[close] This Q&A concerns the novels of Richard Sharp
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[close] This is set in '63, so Beatniks aren't as popular, some of the '50s is still lingering, and Rock n' Roll is becoming a bit looser, but still frowned upon in some places. The town is a suburban town near New York City named Rochelle Springs.
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[close] ...April 11, 2014 to May 11, 2014...
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This book club is inspired by the course entitled "Mad Men: Gender & Historiography" which is of…more
[close] This book club is inspired by the course entitled "Mad Men: Gender & Historiography" which is offered, appropriately enough, at Whitman College. We welcome all Mad Men and mid-century enthusiasts who love a good watch, a good read and a good discussion.
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