The things that matter most.

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Notes on front endpapers: Turn off TV p. 66. Unemployment clerk in 60's p. 125. 60s. Carl Sagan. Underlinings/notes: Underlinings include author's focus on 60s generation's failed promises--Abbie Hoffman--"God is dead and we did it for the kids," $3.5 trillion social experiment, single-parent families, domestic partnerships, comparison of offensive language in rap to Marge Schott's racism in a private conversation. Lamb underscores issues of freedom of speech, violence in music, drug/alcohol use, sex, "age of anxiety," natural law, poverty, education. Notes: "Clinton," "Drugs," "McGovern," "Hilary," " infidelity," "Marriage," "Elite set American agenda," "moral compass," "Goya's female nudes--what's the difference from Playboy," "TV network," "Clarence Thomas,." "Larry Tribe," "modern age," "ask not," "abortion."

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Thomas, Cal, “The things that matter most. ,” One Book. One Author. One Hour., accessed January 25, 2022, http://booknotes.gmu.edu/items/show/705.

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Title

The things that matter most.

Creator

Thomas, Cal

Date

1994
Program air date: July 10, 1994.

Description

Thomas traces current current social problems to the cultural changes of the 1960s.

Source

Brian Lamb Booknotes Collection
Gift of Brian Lamb, 2011.

Publisher

HarperCollins
George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives

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Format

1st ed.

Language

eng

Identifier

2500127
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