David Paul Kuhn is an author, reporter, and political analyst. He has served as a senior and chief political writer across the political-media landscape, from Politico to RealClearPolitics to CBS News, as well as written for the New York Times, the Washington Post Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, National Review, New Republic, and the Los Angeles Times, among other publications, and regularly appears on networks ranging from BBC to Fox News. He is the author of the political novel What Makes It Worthy.
PART ONE: ROOTS AND REASONS Chapter One: Out for Blood Chapter Two: Chicago--Pigs Against Peaceniks Chapter Three: The Other Side of Moratorium Day Chapter Four: Blue-Collar Whites are Rediscovered' Chapter Five: Those Who Did the Fighting and Dying Chapter Six: Lindsay, the 'Great Test for Liberals' Chapter Seven: Looking Out for Your Own: Labor Clans and Race Chapter Eight: Tumult--Cambodia and Kent State Chapter Nine: The Hardhats Outlook Chapter Ten: Tremors Before the Quake Chapter Eleven: On Top of the World, Building the Twin Towers PART TWO: RIOT Chapter Twelve: 'U.S.A. All the way!' Chapter Thirteen: Violence Becomes 'Contagious' Chapter Fourteen: 'Mass Confusion' Chapter Fifteen: 'Get Lindsay!' Chapter Sixteen: 'We've lost control!' Chapter Seventeen: 'I'm not having City Hall taken over on my watch' Chapter Eighteen: Full Circle to Federal Hall Chapter Nineteen: 'I saw these kids spit on the flag. What could I do?'
PART THREE: AFTERWARD AND AFTERMATH Chapter Twenty: The Utopian Team in Fractured Times Chapter Twenty-One: Nixon at the Brink, and New Allies Chapter Twenty-Two: After the Riot Chapter Twenty-Three: 'Workers' Woodstock' Chapter Twenty-Four: 'Our People Now' Chapter Twenty-Five: 'What Americans Saw in the Turmoil' Chapter Twenty-Six: How the New Left Responded Chapter Twenty-Seven: The End of the Beginning