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June 18, 2020
The protests of the 1960s represented a revolution of rising expectations; today’s activists are struggling to gain a foothold, fellow Allen Matusow stated. 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.Read more at The Atlantic.
June 4, 2020
"It felt like the foundations of the country were trembling, which in fact they were,” said fellow Allen Matusow, who has written extensively on the racism, unrest and police brutality of the 1960s.Read more at the Los Angeles Times (subscription required).