For too long, the accepted version of the Seventies has been one constructed by those embittered by the failures of the Sixties. The decade is seen as punishment for the propensity to dream. While we remember the best of the Sixties, we recall the worse of the Seventies. Now, Gerard DeGroot, author of the acclaimed 'The Sixties Unplugged', turns his incisive and often iconoclastic eye on the 1970s and shows that the reality is somewhat different.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 11 / 2010