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Robert Nisbet

[It] would be difficult to find a single decade in the history of Western culture when so much barbarism—-so much calculated onslaught against culture and convention in any form, and so much sheer degradation of both culture and the individual—-passed into print, into music, into art and onto the American stage as the decade of the Nine- teen Sixties,
Nisbet, Robert. “The Nemesis of Authority.” Encounter 39 (August 1972), pp 11, 16-17, 19-20.