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The Legacy of the 1960s Cultural Revolution

In the 1960s, pop culture acted as an avenue in which messages and calls for change were often referenced. This helped fuel the fire of the cultural revolution which gave the decade a defining characteristic. 1,256 more words

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Fury: Fit to tell History?

The Second World War has been recreated and remastered through many motion pictures and video games, including Call of Duty WW2, Saving Private Ryan… 858 more words

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Impact of the Space Race on American Culture

The Space Race has had lasting impacts on American culture, values, and beliefs. The idea of space captivated Americans from the very beginning of the Space Race. 889 more words

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Remembering the Counterculture

Although many may say that the the Counterculture of the 1960’s was all drugs, hippies, and sex, the revolution can truly be remembered as one of the most politically and socially influential movements in all of American history. 1,888 more words

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Justifying Nixon's Recreational Drug Use Concerns

       
        Pop culture is generally one of the strongest influences on how the common man within a nation lives out their everyday life. This can be seen rather easily today as groups such as… 869 more words

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The Quirks of Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley

        Although prior to the 1970s, the United States had begun placing a multitude of taxes, limitations, as well as criminalizing the possession and distribution of narcotics ( 811 more words

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A League of Their Own: Remembering the History of Baseball During Wartime

No other major sport has sacrificed more men for their country than has baseball.  Baseball players took more time out of their careers in order to help fight for the country that they loved.   1,435 more words

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