Poisoned dreams

Beset by both international and domestic pressures, America during the Camelot years was swiftly approaching a political-cultural meltdown. This program documents U.S.-Soviet conflicts of interest in Cuba and Vietnam and the growing polarization at home between civil rights activists and segregation...

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Corporate Authors: ABC News.
History Channel (Firm)

Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Other Authors: Jennings, Peter, 1938-
Goodman, Roger.

Silber, Glenn.
Format: Movie VHS
Language:English
Published:Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1999.
Series:Century: America's time ; 10
Century: decades of change ; 10
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Uniform Title:Poisoned dreams
Summary:Beset by both international and domestic pressures, America during the Camelot years was swiftly approaching a political-cultural meltdown. This program documents U.S.-Soviet conflicts of interest in Cuba and Vietnam and the growing polarization at home between civil rights activists and segregationist hard-liners, which resulted in the Birmingham riots and the freedom march on Washington, D.C.
Physical Description:1 videocassette (43 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 1/2 in.
Credits:Editor, Joel Herson.
Performer:Commentary: Joe McNeil, Bernice Reagon, John Lewis, Marnie Mueller, Richard Reeves, Janet Leigh, Robert Towne, Jeff Greenfield, John Updike, Sargent Shriver, Walter Mosley, Robert McNamara, Sergei Khrushchev, Theodore Sorensen, Martin Scorsese, Julian Bond, Andrew Young, Bob Zellner, Tom Wicker.
System Details:VHS.
Production Credits:Editor, Joel Herson.