Dressing for the culture wars : style and the politics of self-presentation in the 1960s and 1970s /
|Published:||Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, 2015.|
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: The significance of style in American culture and politics
- "You can't tell the girls from the boys" : changing styles among American youths, 1964-1968
- "What to wear to the revolution" : self-presentation politics in social movement activism
- "No woman can be free ... until she loses her femininity" : the politics of self-presentation in feminist activism
- "Wearing a dress is a revolutionary act" : political drag and self-preservation in the gay liberation movement
- "Everyone should be accustomed to seeing long hair on men by now" : style and popular culture in the late 1960s and 1970s
- "Ours should not be an effort to achieve a unisex society" : legal regulations of personal presentation in the workplace
- Epilogue: The politics of style in retrospect.