MAKE LOVE, NOT WAR--Men and women who had embraced the carnal liberties allowed during war returned home to find a breeze wafting through their bedrooms. We explore the tumultuous 1950s and '60s, beginning with the cold war and ending with a sexual revolution. In the 1950s, America tried to turn back the sexual clock, and when Alfred Kinsey revealed that 50% of polled women had sex before marriage, the Rockefeller Foundation withdrew his funding. But the arrival of "the pill" in 1960 would change all that.THE POLITICS OF PLEASURE--The '70s ushered in a new era of sexual experimentation unlike anything America had ever seen--open marriages, swinging, and pornography were prevalent. But the '80s signaled a shift in thinking, with much of the country suffering a sexual hangover. Herpes helped fuel a carnal backlash, but soon a more deadly disease would grab headlines--AIDS. With the advent of Viagra and President Clinton's tryst with Monica Lewinsky, the '90s proved we're a nation of extremes in sexual expression.This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.