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The Greatest Events of The Remarkable 20th Century: 1960's-1990's (The DocuBook Series)

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What began as a vision of Camelot with the election of young, beloved president, John F. Kennedy, turned ugly after his assassination. Meanwhile U.S. involvement in Vietnam escalated. The inspiring message of Martin Luther King was heard and his loss deeply felt, man walked on the Moon, and Woodstock proved to be the high point of hippy culture. If the 60's was the high, t What began as a vision of Camelot with the election of young, beloved president, John F. Kennedy, turned ugly after his assassination. Meanwhile U.S. involvement in Vietnam escalated. The inspiring message of Martin Luther King was heard and his loss deeply felt, man walked on the Moon, and Woodstock proved to be the high point of hippy culture. If the 60's was the high, the 70's was the great hangover. Vietnam limped to an unhappy end, Richard Nixon left the White House in disgrace, inflation, gas rationing, and the Iranian hostage situation ended a decade of disappointment. In the 80's Ronald Reagan ushered in a new era of patriotism that saw the tearing down of the Berlin Wall, the fading of communism in Russia, the rise of conspicuous consumption, and MTV. O.J. Simpson, Desert Storm, the rise and near impeachment of President Clinton were all highlights of the 90?s, but the real star might be the Internet Media Revolution. History is alive once again.


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What began as a vision of Camelot with the election of young, beloved president, John F. Kennedy, turned ugly after his assassination. Meanwhile U.S. involvement in Vietnam escalated. The inspiring message of Martin Luther King was heard and his loss deeply felt, man walked on the Moon, and Woodstock proved to be the high point of hippy culture. If the 60's was the high, t What began as a vision of Camelot with the election of young, beloved president, John F. Kennedy, turned ugly after his assassination. Meanwhile U.S. involvement in Vietnam escalated. The inspiring message of Martin Luther King was heard and his loss deeply felt, man walked on the Moon, and Woodstock proved to be the high point of hippy culture. If the 60's was the high, the 70's was the great hangover. Vietnam limped to an unhappy end, Richard Nixon left the White House in disgrace, inflation, gas rationing, and the Iranian hostage situation ended a decade of disappointment. In the 80's Ronald Reagan ushered in a new era of patriotism that saw the tearing down of the Berlin Wall, the fading of communism in Russia, the rise of conspicuous consumption, and MTV. O.J. Simpson, Desert Storm, the rise and near impeachment of President Clinton were all highlights of the 90?s, but the real star might be the Internet Media Revolution. History is alive once again.

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