Though cultural transformations tend to possess a diaphanous quality, making it difficult to perceive evolving shifts in our social mindset, every so often a specific time period will be retrospectively recognized as an era of profound change. One year commonly singled out as a drastic turning point in American life is 1968, a 12-month span in which underlying societal fractures broke through to the surface, unifying and polarizing with a severity still being felt today. Intending to capture the chaotic contradictions and earnest aspirations of that tumultuous year, the History... More >>>