• Sandbrook on the Summer of Love

    by  • July 30, 2006 • Fixin' To Die, Research Material • 0 Comments

    There’s a review of Dominic Sandbrook’s White Heat: A History of Britain in the Swinging Sixties in today’s Sunday Times culture section.

    It’s part political history – looking at the coming to power of Howard Harold Wilson – part cultural history of the era. The reviewer, Peter Clarke, concludes that it’s a “lively narrative” with the central concept that the ‘cultural revolution’ of the ’60s maybe wasn’t so revolutionary after all…

    You can read the review in full on the Sunday Times website.



    0 Responses to Sandbrook on the Summer of Love

    1. Jayne
      August 1, 2006 at 2:16 pm

      Erm…..at the risk of showing my age – shouldn’t that be “Harold” Wilson?

    2. August 1, 2006 at 2:21 pm

      D’oh! Thanks Jane, my bad.

      Bit before my time, y’see… ;)

    3. Jayne
      August 1, 2006 at 6:29 pm

      Wotchit! I was a mere tot myself, and to save anyone wonderin’ I was born in ’57 – which makes me the eldest around here – so behave…!! ;-)

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