America in the 1970's

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Although the 1970s may seem like a quiet decade compared to the 1960s, it was actually a time of violence and political unrest. It was also a decade of positive changes and many firsts. For example, the decade marked the first time both an African-American woman and a Jewish woman were elected to Congress. Three major cities elected their first African-American mayors. It was the first time human beings saw what the surface of Mars looked like when the Viking mission sent back digital pictures, and it was also the first time a U.S. president resigned from office.

Pages: 128

Pages: 128

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You are probably now well familiar with this series as a thorough coverage of each decade. This one is the same and you will enjoy reading (and possibly reminiscing) about events of the 1970s.

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