1960s


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the decade from 1960 to 1969

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But what is even worse than it was in the 1960s, is that it now takes us longer to get to the airport, where we have to spend more time before boarding our aircraft, then longer to get through the airport after landing and longer to be driven to our destination.
For fans who were there, Indians Heroes will bring back memories of baseball afternoons at Municipal Stadium in the 1960s.
We're keen on speaking to people who lived in Wales in the 1960s and have stories to share.
Handbills - Up to PS300 Programmes - Up to PS40 Tickets - Up to PS25 LED ZEPPELIN Signatures - Up to PS1000 Posters - Up to PS2500 Handbills - Up to PS200 Programmes - Up to PS40 Tickets - Up to PS50 PINK FLOYD Signatures - Up to PS600 Posters - 1960s posters up to PS1000 Handbills - Up to PS200 THE WHO Signatures - Up to PS600 Posters - 1960s posters are valued at around PS1000 whereas 1970s examples are valued around PS150.
For women who had previously given birth, this early stage of labour took two hours longer in recent years than for women in the 1960s.
ROCK ON: The girls attend a 1960s concert DOCTORS Mon-Fri BBC1 Elaine is in deep trouble when she's pulled over while under the influence of marijuana.
The sculpture was taken from Libya's northwestern city of Sabratha in the 1960s, and recently auctioned at Christie's.
Mike's tour will take in remains of those 1960s redevelopment days, such as a concrete walkway which ends in mid-air near the Quayside.
He writes, "I have always considered the university a friendly and civilized institution; but that institution, like most others in America, has been radically transformed and, in my opinion, seriously undermined by the events of the 1960s.
The group formed during the tumult of the 1960s to bring about radical social change in the African-American community, struggling against racism and rallying for equality.
Soul Power delivers a substantial blow to commonly held assumptions about 1960s America.
Although there is little doubt that the rate of premarital sex has increased since the onset of the "sexual revolution" in the late 1960s, many individuals find the report's findings incredible.
Keizer pursues two goals: to theorize the representations of slavery that have proliferated in black fiction since the 1960s and to negotiate the troubled relationship between African American literature and mainstream theories of subject formation.
Environmental concerns played little role until the 1960s.