Lessons Learned From The 1960's

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made it easier to identify bodies so they could have a proper burial. In the later years, dog tags served as military use for identification and became a personal fashion statement by civilians. Dog tags are still in fashion. One major lesson that I have learned from the 1960’s is that this era was a truly complex and turbulent one. From the cultural and political trends, to the civil rights movements of social and ethnic groups. Martin Luther King pushed for equality and equal rights. President John F. Kennedy welcomed change and helped the country out of economic depression. The sixties taught us a spectrum of ideas and concepts, about people, issues, places, and politics. The sixties shaped the future of the U.S. and the world.
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