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HUEC 4072:  HISTORY OF DRESS AND ADORNMENT AFTER 1700 CHAPTER 18 The Sixties and Seventies 1960 - 1980 Dr. Jenna T. Kuttruff Doris & Jules Carville Professor School of Human Ecology Louisiana State University
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European Economic Community 1956 – 1986 Created a single market for economic resources 12 member nations abolished tariffs affecting trade among themselves
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Emergence of Japan as a World  Economic Power Economic model set pace for other industrialized nations Invested in new technologies to reduce production costs Produced quality, hi-tech products
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President JFK 1960 – 1963 Cuban missile crisis President John F. Kennedy - 1960 DNR Century p 132
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Jackie Kennedy – Style Setter Bouffant hairstyles Pillbox hats A-line skirts Low-slung pumps Empire evening dresses Wraparound sunglasses http://www.fembio.org/images/WF-jackie-kennedy-1.jpg
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The 1960s & 1970s period social unrest in  the United States. Civil Rights Movement War in Vietnam Thaw with China Energy Crisis – OPEC set oil production & prices Social Protest Movements College students Hippies Feminists Environmental
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1963 Civil Rights rally in  Washington D.C.   1964 Congress passes the  Civil Rights bill. Martin Luther King  wins the Nobel  Prize. Tortora, 2006
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1967 Demonstrations against the Vietnam War in the U.S. 10,000 young people participate in “Be-in” inCentral Park. www.nyu.edu/.../exhibits/arch/1969/1969-6.html   www.altmanphoto.com/  Small.Circle.1aaa.html  Tortora, 2006
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1 968 Martin Luther King assassinated.   Robert Kennedy assassinated. Tortora 2006
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1969   Apollo 11  lands on the moon. Tortora 2006
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1969 Woodstock music festival. Tortora 2006
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1970 Anti-war demonstration  at Kent State University focused on  the US invasion of Cambodia . National Guard troops were brought in, a total of 67 shots were fired in 13 seconds, 4 students were killed and 9 were wounded.
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