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Class of '65: Rock On (eBook)

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Class of 65: Rock On is a magical trip back to a time when life seemed less complicated and more carefree. The sixties were so magical that we dared to believe the impossible dream that tomorrow would be better than today. We even dreamed about building a more perfect society. We were on a quest to fulfill the nations birthright and we were nave enough to believe that we could overcome any obstacles in our path. Even after President Kennedys death, we were unable to let the dream die. My story is a fictional account of a group of kids from a small town in Wisconsin completing their senior year of high school in 1965. They were coming of age during a decade of turmoil and unrest. President Kennedys assassination, the civil rights movement, and the growing war in Vietnam were the events changing the nation. They lived in a place that was isolated from the headlines which were gripping the attention of the nation. They realized the world was changing; however, they were committed to making their final year of high school something they would remember for the rest of their lives.The spirit of the sixties they embraced was found in the music they listened to, the products they bought, and the movies they watched. Their focus was a love affair with being young. They were the generation with a new explanation. They were convinced that time was on their side and that it was endless. They needed a lot of time to complete their bold experiment to change the world.

Class of 65: Rock On is a magical trip back to a time when life seemed less complicated and more carefree. The sixties were so magical that we dared to believe the impossible dream that tomorrow would be better than today. We even dreamed about building a more perfect society. We were on a quest to fulfill the nations birthright and we were nave enough to believe that we could overcome any obstacles in our path. Even after President Kennedys death, we were unable to let the dream die. My story is a fictional account of a group of kids from a small town in Wisconsin completing their senior year of high school in 1965. They were coming of age during a decade of turmoil and unrest. President Kennedys assassination, the civil rights movement, and the growing war in Vietnam were the events changing the nation. They lived in a place that was isolated from the headlines which were gripping the attention of the nation. They realized the world was changing; however, they were committed to making their final year of high school something they would remember for the rest of their lives.The spirit of the sixties they embraced was found in the music they listened to, the products they bought, and the movies they watched. Their focus was a love affair with being young. They were the generation with a new explanation. They were convinced that time was on their side and that it was endless. They needed a lot of time to complete their bold experiment to change the world.


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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Xlibris US
  • ISBN-10: 1483639916
  • ISBN-13: 9781483639918

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