Dr. Alan Brinkley
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Dr. Alan Brinkley (June 2, 1949 - June 17, 2019) was an author, scholar and professor of American History at Columbia University. He specialized in the history of twentieth-century America. Dr. Brinkley has been part of the Columbia University faculty for 27 years where he also served as the University Provost and chair of the Department of History. He previously taught American History at the University of Cambridge and Oxford University. Dr. Brinkley received his Bachelor's degree from Princeton University and his Ph.D. from Harvard University.
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Baby boom generation; Vietnam War; Youth Rebellion; Abortion; Trust; Black Power Activist; Timothy Leary; Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.; John F. Kennedy; George McGovern.
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