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Marcus Collins writes for anyone interested in the Beatles, the sixties and the relationship between the two. This book's extensive research shows how the Beatles acted as the sand in the oyster of 1960s Britain: their disruptive presence inciting a wholesale re-examination of social, political and cultural norms.

Produktbeschreibung
Marcus Collins writes for anyone interested in the Beatles, the sixties and the relationship between the two. This book's extensive research shows how the Beatles acted as the sand in the oyster of 1960s Britain: their disruptive presence inciting a wholesale re-examination of social, political and cultural norms.
Autorenporträt
Marcus Collins is Senior Lecturer in Cultural History at Loughborough University and an elected member of Council of the Royal Historical Society. A specialist on popular culture and social change since 1945, he is author of Modern Love: An Intimate History of Men and Women in Twentieth-Century Britain (2003), editor of The Permissive Society and its Enemies: Sixties British Culture (2007) and co-author of Why Study History? (2020).