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    America in the 1960's

    Growing up in the 1960's was no piece of cake for American. We had three public figures assassinated and They believed in America President John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, and Bobby Kennedy. We also had the turmoil war and the opposition to war. Young Americans back then stood together as Americans even in protest and in celebration like Woodstock. Even though there was an enormous amount of turmoil the American people were one, we believed in America and America believed in us. If you notice our public figures today in many offices even the presidency has truly lost the credibility of what public office was supposed to mean to them. Truly a shame. All I can say is I'm glad I grew up in the 1960's era had a right to an opinion and had belief in my Country.

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