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the decade from 1960 to 1969

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The 1960's law has long been dead and can never be revived.
Additional pieces from legendary labels include Cartier 1960's and 1970's collection designer sets worth more than USD 350,000.
Major themes, the methods, the cooperation with other disciplines, the internationalism, and the relationship to political history are clearly different from what social history was in the 1960's and 1970's.
In the 1960's Canadian experimental film rose to international prominence and critical acclaim in ground-breaking works of Michael Snow (Wavelength), Joyce Wieland (Rat Life and Diet in North America) and Jack Chambers (Hart of London).
This book brings to life the issues, the politics, and the people that have shaped the disability rights movement over the last three decades, from its inception at Berkeley in the 1960's, through the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act, to the issues that will face people with disabilities in the future.
Since the 1960's, the majority of employed pregnant women have been working full-time--between 80 and 90 percent worked 35 hours or more per week at the last job they had before their child's birth.
According to Ezratty, the area, which was largely built up in the 1950's and 1960's, has been a solid residential community.
Timothy Leary, including his accomplishments and influence with an active coterie of students, teachers, and artists during the freewheeling decade of the 1960's.
On Assignment is a collection of black-and-white and a few color photographs by Esther Bubley, one of America's leading photojournalists who free-lanced for national magazines from the 1940's to the 1960's.
Lucha Corpi packs this tale with a history of the Chicano movement in the United States and the struggles of the Chicano brown power group in Denver and the Zapatista movement in Chiapas, Mexico that took place in conjunction with the Civil Rights movement of the late 1960's and early 1970's.
d'Elbee issues challenges in a compelling and heart-stirring manner, more timely now than when the book was first published in the 1960's.
Since the early 1960's, the state rehabilitation agency has supported their involvement in the rehabilitation process--not only in the development of the individualized written rehabilitation program but also in agency policy issues.