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Decades Presents 1968: Year of the Woman

1968 was called the Year of the Woman by The New York Times. It was a year that saw an explosion of both ideas and actions, as the women's movement and the civil rights movement intersected. We look at the many breakthroughs made by women in 1968, regardless of race or religion.

Decades Presents 1968: A Year of Strife

It was a year of turmoil, change, and revolution. This was 1968, one of the most explosive years ... more

Decades Presents 1968: Robert F. Kennedy

It was a year of political turmoil as the nation's cities were facing racial unrest and opposition ... more

Decades Presents 1968: The Music

Music has connected people through the decades and that was particularly true in 1968. "The Music" ... more
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