Too Good to Be Forgotten
It is Obst's account of the 1960s and the 1970s. Book segments include Obst's childhood, his studies and travels, and his interactions with historically significant political figures during the subject decades.
The start of each chapter includes the list of the subject year's popular films, television, and record albums. Alex Kyczynski of The New York Times argued that the inclusion of the lists was a "waste" of space.
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