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Life in the 1 Life in the U.S. and Life in the Soviet Union during the 60s Name Class Date Professor Life in the U.S. and Life in the Soviet Union during the 60s Life in the 1960’s in America was all about the fight for civil rights and the basic freedoms afforded every American citizen. Laws were changing and America began to evolve into a new, free thinking society. Important issues that caused conflict within American society began to see resolution or change. It was the time of the baby boom and revolutionary ideas.
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Life in the 2 The 1960’s in Russia consisted of industrialization and military strategizing. The country was recovering from World War II but was developing new technological breakthroughs in engineering, manufacturing, and science. From 1966 to 1970 under Leonid Brezhnev the Gross National Product (GNP) grew at a rate of around 5.3 percent per year (Smitha, 2002). The country has an abundance of natural resources but experienced a poorly functioning economy and a demoralized workforce. This communist country oppressed its people while the
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