Table of contents for Happy days and wonder years : the fifties and the sixties in contemporary cultural politics / Daniel Marcus.


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Contents
Acknowledgements
Introduction									 
1.	The Fifties in the 1970s: Representations in a Cultural Revival		 
2. The Conservative Uses of Nostalgia					 
3. Nostalgia Embodied: Ronald Reagan as Icon				
4. Popular Culture and the Response to Conservative Nostalgia		
5.	Contests and Contestations: The Sixties Legacy during the Decline of Reagan	
6.	The Reinflection of the Past: The Presidential Election of 1992		
7. Elvis Has Left the Building: The Resurgence of the Right 		
Conclusion
Notes
Index
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: United States Politics and government 1945-1989, United States Politics and government 1989-Politics and culture United States, Conservatism United States, Popular culture United States History 20th century, United States Civilization 1945-Nineteen fifties, Nineteen sixties