Richard Vinen is a professor of history at King's College London. He is the author of academic works, most recently National Service, 1945-1963, which won the 2015 Wolfson History Prize, as well as A History in Fragments: Europe in the Twentieth Century, The Unfree French, and Thatcher's Britain.
"1968 provides a broad overview, sprinkled with salient
details.... a good starting point for people wanting to learn more
about the struggles so frequently cited as analogous to the ones
playing out now."--The Clyde Fitch Report
"Easily the very best of the new published [books] being considered here."--New Republic