From Beatlemania to Watergate
Discusses cultural trends and societal issues that shaped the world, and technological and political developments that changed it, between the early 1960s and the mid-1970s, covering such topics as the Vietnam war, hippie culture and the "Summer of Love," the "troubles" in Northern Ireland, conflict in the Middle East, and the Watergate scandal.
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