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David KirbyThe march backward from staid adulthood to giddy youth began when Little Richard and Elvis invented the teenager, and it's a commonplace that George Lucas made us all want to be kids again with the Star Wars series. What's been missing up to this point is a close look at the years between, and while Simmons's book isn't a coast-to-coast survey of popular culture in the '70s, it does offer a unique look at the one movie that, more than any other, told Americans it's okay to access your inner frat boy. In fact, it's recommended.
—The Washington Post