History of Religion in America Introduction The issue of religious freedom has played a significant role in the history of the United States and the remainder of North America. Europeans came to America to escape religious oppression and forced beliefs by such state-affiliated Christian churches as the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England.
Egypt's Aswan Dam is completed. Richard Nixon wins the United States presidential election.
The popular children's television show "Sesame Street" debuts. The United Kingdom abolishes the death penalty. It is also the start of showing how the people can effect politics through the power of "peaceful" demonstrationsstudents were the driving force because with education comes empowerment and with empowerment comes a voiceand in the 60's students learnt how to use that voice.
In the West although politicians would have liked to stopped demonstrations and tried against their policies, due to "freedom of speech" it was not possible Many of the conflicts during the 60's could be considered to be part of the ongoing cold war between the East and the West Communism -- Capitalismbut due to the Nuclear Capabilities of both sides nether wanted to start a full scale war as they realized there could be no winner but both believed their ideology was best, they tried in other ways to influence the politics throughout the world.
His presidency although cut short due to his murder is remembered for multiple reasons including his commitment that the United States Of America should commit itself to landing a man on the Moon and returning him back safely to the earth before the end of the decade.
And creating the Peace Corps to help underdeveloped nations in areas such as education, farming, health care and construction.
For such a short term in office his achievements endeared him to the American People. During the 60's the Charismatic Martin Luther King who was a civil rights advocate and exceptionally gifted speakerfollowed other great leaders throughout history by using non-violent means together with the power of speech and managed to create change through his influence created by the strong following he had.
The words spoken by Neil Armstrong "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" going into the history books for now and future generations to come. Both martin Luther King and John F Kennedy were assassinated during the 60's 's Mens and Womens and Childrens Fashion Clothes Early 60's for women wore mini skirts and leather boots and men wore Paisley shirts and velvet trousers Later 60's from started the introduction of Psychedelic clothes with bright colors for both men and women and the age of the Hippie is born.
Men started to wear hair longer and women identified with the hippie look by wearing skirts and dresses longer often known as Maxies and anything and everything had color including the body The examples below are from Our new updated Sixties Fashion Section, with examples of Ladies, Mens and Children's Fashion Clothes and Accessory examples including dresses, hats, shoes and much more take a little time to browse through them.Last year we told you about the digitization of Avant Garde magazine, a short-lived but influential s magazine, which featured lithographs by John Lennon and artistic photographs of Marilyn Monroe.
Today, we're pleased to announce the digitization of Avant Garde's sister magazine, Eros.
Also. Marshall McLuhan, writes novelist and artist Douglas Coupland, entered the zeitgeist in the s as "a guru or as a villain – as a harbinger of the flowering of culture, or of its death," a "fuddy-duddy fiftysomething English lit professor from Toronto" whose distinctive research interests and.
s Important News and Events, Key Technology Fashion and Popular Culture The Sixties dominated by the Vietnam War, Civil Rights Protests, the 60s also saw the assassinations of US President John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King, Cuban Missile Crisis, and finally ended on a good note when the first man is landed on the moon.
The Politics And Culture Of The S Hippie Movement The Politics and Culture of the s Hippie Movement As the nineteen fifties turned into the early sixties, the United States remained the same patriotic, harmonious society of the previous decade; often a teen's most difficult decision was choosing what color lipstick to wear to the prom.
4 days ago · The blue-state coasts seek to keep the spirit of the ’60s alive with hip urban culture, bigger government, higher taxes, greater emphasis on identity politics — and a constant effort to.
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