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the decade from 1970 to 1979

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Moreover, social history in Europe did not remain as national as it had been in the 1960's and 1970's in the sense of providing the main spatial unit of research.
The social history society in Britain is as active as ever before since its foundation in the 1970's.
The general public became less interested in social history than in the 1960's and 1970's.
The glorious era of the welfare state ended in the 1970's in long-term political, financial, and demographic difficulties.
Social history in the 1960's and 1970's reflected the national framework of research in a double sense.
Scholarhips, institutes specialised in international exchange of scholars, guest professorships, international research networks of historians became more frequent after the 1970's.
This Property is comprised of nine claim blocks totaling 2,048 hectares and was acquired based on a narrow gold zone intersected in the 1970's within a large anomalous copper zone over 100 feet (33 metres) in thickness.
Rather, like much of Lennon's work, they have gained in stature and, although they were each released at the dawning of a new decade and at times of great social change - the 1970's and 1980's respectively - they are truly timeless.
It said it had scrapped five of its 1970's built Medium Range 30,000 DWT Product Tankers and had acquired six MR 35,000 DWT Product Tankers built 1981 - 82 - 83 from Chevron.
In 1970, Preuss founded Integrated Software Systems Corporation, a leading supplier of graphical information systems in the 1970's and 1980's, where he served as president and chairman until 1986.