The protests of the 1960s represented a revolution of rising expectations; today’s activists are struggling to gain a foothold, fellow Allen Matusow told The Atlantic.
Despite the enormous differences, they may ultimately prove united by the magnitude of the change they impose.
Matusow, a historian and the academic director of the Baker Institute, is the author of "The Unraveling of America," a seminal history of the U.S. during the 1960s.
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