Lashundra Jones_Unit 2 Assignment_SS310

Lashundra Jones_Unit 2 Assignment_SS310 - Life in the...

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Life in the United States and the Soviet Union Life in the United States and the Soviet Union during the 60’s Lashundra Jones Kaplan University SS310-12 Professor Fournier May 21, 2010 1
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Life in the United States and the Soviet Union Life in the United States and the Soviet Union during the 60’s The sixties, what can you say about them? For the United States the 60’s were filled with many interesting events. John F. Kennedy became president and was assassinated in 1963; Lyndon Johnson escalated more troops in to Vietnam. Race riots in Detroit and Los Angeles and the movement for women’s liberation unfold. Life in the U.S. is very comfortable and cozy but there still lurked the possibility that they could be boomed at any giving time. Housing for those that could afford it was very nice pleasant. Out side of the Cold War the U. S. uses its knowledge of science and technology to gain lead way in the race to explore outer space. Although the Soviet Union beat the U.S. into space the U.S. ultimately feel they won because we were the first to put a man on the
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