Cry "Havoc!" And Let Slip the Dogs of War: McCarthyism, Korea, and Other Nightmares

Authors

  • Douglas F. Dowd

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-048-11-1997-04_4

Keywords:

Education, History

Abstract

The college students of the 1950s were characterized—and reproached—as "the silent generation." There was, to be sure, a certain kind of silence; but, as one who was teaching during those years either in California or New York, I remember it as mysterious, the quasi-silence of a simmering pot.

Published

1997-04-04

Issue

Section

Articles